Maxwell (Max) Eugene Vere-Holloway

December 7, 1947 to November 27, 2017

Obituary

Passed peacefully away at the Health Sciences Complex, following a lengthy illness on November 27, 2017, Max Vere-Holloway.  Pre-deceased by parents Henry and Martha Vere-Holloway, brother Percy and sister Lillian, brothers-in-law Peter and Mick Manning. Leaving to mourn devoted and loving wife Loretta (nee Manning), sons Terry and Todd (Chantielle) and granddaughter Eleanor. Sisters Shirley (Ray Hiscock), Alma (Fred Osmond deceased), Olga Bursey, Monya (Hubert Driscoll), Vickie Brace (John Turnbull) and Karen (Keith Abbott).  Brothers Harry (Sandy) and Derek (Mary). Sisters-in-law Glendine (Bruce Whalen), Sadie Manning and a large circle of family & friends.  Max was a life-long and loyal member of the Kinsmen Club of St. John’s East.  Resting at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road on Thursday, November 30th, 2017 from 2 to 9 p.m.  Funeral Service will be held on Dec. 1, 2017 at Memorial United Church, Portugal Cove at 2 p.m. Interment in United Church Cemetery, Bauline Line, Portugal Cove.  Flowers gratefully accepted or donations in his memory may be made to the Parkinson’s Society NL or the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

                                     

                                                           May his gentle soul Rest in Peace.

 

Schedule

Visitations

2 - 9 pm on November 30, 2017

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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funeral

2:00pm, Friday December 1st

Memorial United Church, Portugal Cove

Interment in United Church Cemetery, Bauline Line, Portugal Cove


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Loretta, we were so sorry to hear of Max’s passing and so very sorry for your loss. We hope that all the wonderful memories you have of Max will help you through this most difficult time! Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and our prayers.

Terry & family: Sorry to hear about the passing of your father. Sending sincere condolences.

Loretta, Terry, Todd, and the whole family,

It was very hard to hear Max has passed — I still remember all our Christmas dinners and time spent together. He never failed to make us laugh, and I will always remember his passion for life and the community.

Sorry for your loss.

Thinking of you all today. Max was a wonderful co-worker at NLHC. He was a gentle soul who went out of his way for everyone he worked with.

Loretta and family.

Max & I were co-workers from the time I joined NLHC until his retirement; for many years we occupied adjacent offices. He was always so helpful and supportive. We also spent many hours discussing His community service, which he enjoyed so much. A true gentleman and great friend. Thinking of you all at this time. RIP Max.

Karen & Family,

Sorry to hear of your brothers passing. Thinking of you at this difficult time. May you find comfort in all your loving memories.

Thinking of you at this difficult time, I only had the pleasure of meeting Max twice but he left an impression on me that will last a life time , take comfort in knowing that he will live on in our granddaughter Eleanor. Take care , you are in my thoughts and prayers. Paul and Pansy Barry

So sorry for your loss. Spent a few years with Max as Beaver Leaders at MacDonald Dr. Elementary. As I knew him a very caring person.

To Monya, Loretta and fa,mily,

Sorry to hear of your loss. Max was a kind and gentle soul and a pleasure to work with
Sue King

Monya, Karen & Family,

Deepest condolences on the loss of your brother.

Tony & Mimi Willcott

God speed to your reward Max! A true Kinsmen member for his club and district.

Loretta and family…So sorry to learn of Max passing. He was indeed a gentleman, and a great guy who was a pleasure to work with. May he rest in peace.

Andrea – So sorry to read of your uncle’s passing. Our condolences to you and the family. Give your mom a hug from me.

Loretta and family— My sincere condolences to you during this difficult time. I know how lovingly Max was cared for. I am away so I cannot offer my condolences in person. You are in my thoughts. Take care.

So very sorry Loretta and Family for your loss…Max was a Gentleman. The Family always reminded me…especially Alma…how Him and Ian were so similar in Personalty. Another Angel is now looking over you Loretta and your Boys. May he Rest In Peace.

Many Prayers and Love
Peggy

Uncle Max was far and away the smartest member of our family. I think that’s what I’ll remember most about him. He always carried himself with distinguished confidence, even when Uncle Derek tried to drag him into nonsense 🙂 Thinking about you at this difficult time and sorry I can’t be there this week.
I will see you guys at Christmas.

Lots of Love,
Kristopher