OBITUARY

Max G Wenninger

January 26, 1932February 7, 2021

On Sunday, February 7, 2021, at the age, of 89.

Passed away peacefully at The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County. We would like to thank Hospice for the compassionate care given to Max. Max was born on January 26, 1932 in Stuttgart, Germany. As a very young adult, he immigrated to Canada where he built his career as a Skilled Tradesman with the Ford Motor Company, retiring after 35 years of service. Max also built meaningful and memorable friendships that lasted a lifetime. Max was an inspirational, devoted, and passionate individual who always provided supportive and loving words to his family and friends. To his friends he was known as Max, but to his family he was known as the loving and humorous “Uncle Max”. Max could have you captivated with any story or conversation. He loved a good debate. He was a kind-hearted, loving individual who will be deeply missed by his close family friends Wolfgang and Eleonore Grohs and his Godsons and their spouses: Jeffrey Grohs (Diana), Robert Grohs (Carol), Glenn Grohs (Nancy). Uncle Max to Michael Grohs (Amanda), Christopher Grohs (Nicole), Gregory Grohs (Maria), Scott Grohs, and Chelsea Grohs. Great Uncle Max to Mason Grohs. Private service will take place for family due to the pandemic. Donations can made to the Windsor Cancer Society in honour of Max if so desired.

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Diana Grohs

February 13, 2021

Thank you to Anderson's Funeral Home for your hospitality and kindness shown to our family.

Thank you Kelly Meloche for a beautiful service. You inspiring and compassionate words are ones that we will all carry with us throughtout our daily lives.

God Bless.

The Grohs'

Nicole Wood

February 13, 2021

Though I only met you once, you were so kind and welcoming. You meant so much do your nephews and god sons, and you will be missed.

- Nicole

Glenn Grohs

February 11, 2021

Uncle Max you will be dearly missed and never ever forgotten. Over the years you have taught me many things, I will always remember you for your stories, the long conversations and debates we had, your laugh, your saying "You got that right". You will be missed at all of our family celebrations and I will always remember how you treated us as kids and were always there to listen and help us as we went through life. You truly were a godfather that we were all proud of. Rest in peace my dear Uncle Max.

Robert Grohs

February 11, 2021

In memory of Uncle Max, you will be missed and never forgotten

Robert Grohs

February 11, 2021

Christmas 2015 with Family Grohs

Robert Grohs

February 10, 2021

A true one of kind Gentleman. Always willing to listen and spoke when asked a question.
Never hesitated to lend a helping hand.
He will be missed at the family events, but memories last forever.

Christopher Grohs

February 10, 2021

Uncle Max and the family!

Christopher Grohs

February 10, 2021

Uncle Max ♡

Chris Grohs

February 10, 2021

I'll always remember you as the voice of reason. Wise, but very humble; and kind-hearted.

Rest easy, Uncle.

Diana Grohs

February 10, 2021

It was no accident you joined our family, God brought you into our lives on purpose. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the love you've shown me and our family.

Rest In Peace Handsome.

FROM THE FAMILY