Max H. Frederick, Jr., 81, of Carlisle,
died Friday, May 11, 2012, in the Claremont Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Carlisle. He was born on Tuesday, September
30, 1930, in Lock Haven, a son of the late Max H. Frederick, Sr. and Zelda M (Green) Keefer.
He was a US Navy veteran of WWII. Max received
his G.E.D. from Carlisle High School in 1979. He retired from the Carlisle Barracks after more than 30 years of service, where
he was a property book officer. Max was a member of the United States and PA L.S.T. Associations, the Tin Can Sailors, Carlisle
Eagles Aerie 1299 and the Carlisle Lions Club.
is survived by four daughters; Sharon S. Napolitan of Shippensburg, Caryl L. Brenneman and Debra A. White, both of Carlisle
and Brenda K. Wieland of Elliottsburg, two brothers; Ray Keefer of Wears Valley, TN and Joseph Keefer of Jacksonville, FL,
10 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Following Max’s wishes there will be no services. Memorial contributions may be made
to Hospice of Central PA, 1320 Linglestown Rd., Harrisburg, PA 17110.
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Please accept my condolences on Max's passing. He was a truly great man.
Go in Peace Brother. We had some great times together and
I will always remember the favors you did for me. God Bless.
My prayers are with you as you go thru this time of sadness.Even though Max is gone in body his spirit
lives on in all of you.May God be with you all.
sympathy goes out to Deb, Brenda and the family. My brother "Buddy" I will miss, until we meet again. Love to the
WE have lost a great
Bill & Molly Leib
My thoughts are with you and hope Max and them are all together laughing away. When
I think of his laugh, it makes me smile. Such a wonderfu man.
I will miss you old friend,see you later.
To my loving dad who was always there
for me.You were the most loving and caring person that anyone could ever no. I will miss you dearly you will be forever in
my heart love you daddy
So very sorry
to hear about the loss of such a wonderful and loving person as Max. I will truly miss you, dear cousin.
I loved you with all my heart and then some. I will
always have a place in my heart for you forever. Love you
Debra A. White
thank you for loving me and taking care of me. I will always love you forever. you will stay in my heart
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