Condolence: Max: You are a friend to have known you I was fortunate. I'm so very sorry for this loss. I will pray for your children. You touched me in our few meetings. You aided me when I was down. My fellow comrad I say Semer Fidelis. B.Crab
Condolence: My heartfelt sympathy to Max's family for their sudden loss. I first met Max in Force Protection in 2017 and soon realized he was the oracle of Force Protection! Whenever he talked I made sure to listen because I knew I was about to learn something.
Thank you for your service to country and your service to the Force Protection Mission....may you always RIP!
Condolence: Max was truly a phenomenal co-worker and friend. We both started in Force Protection around the same time and were part of the team working "must win, can't fail" installs. He was a class-act of a teammate, program manager and leader and I enjoyed every minute working beside him planning the install funding and efforts. Without a doubt, everyone loved working with Max and I am honored to have been present for the greatness he brought to Force Protection. We will miss him.
Condolence: I felt horrible when i learnt of Max's passing. There is no "right age", but 42 is certainly not it. His wife, his children will miss him dearly. i will always remember his smile and helpful attitude towards his co- workers.
Condolence: To the Gulezian Family, I was a former co-worker at Hanscom AFB, MA and got to know Max. My deepest sympathy to all of you on his passing. I truly enjoyed working with Max. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.