Maxwell Eugene Tucker Baldwin

August 16, 1940 to May 2, 2022

Obituary

Passed peacefully away at the Health Sciences Centre on Monday, May 2, 2022, Maxwell (Max) Eugene Tucker Baldwin, aged 81 years.

Max was predeceased by his daughter Donna; his parents, Jasper and Eva; and his siblings Carl, Lily and Alf (Bette).

Leaving with a lifetime of memories, his wife Hazel; his sons, Trevor (Lori) and Mark (Rhonda); and son-in-law Jim Bradley. He also leaves to mourn his grandchildren Brendan, Katie, Paige and Liam; his sister Jean (Rache) Sullivan; sisters-in-law Joan Tizzard (Ron deceased), Gloria Dowden and Paula Fisher (Rick); special niece Sylvia (Paul) Tobin and their son (Nicholas); special friends Ralph and Sandy Purchase; and his many other friends and relatives.

Max worked as a public servant with the Provincial Government (Departments of Social Services and Finance) for 34 years and was a proud member of the 1st Battalion Royal Newfoundland Regiment Band, the CLB Regimental Band and the LOL Band.  In addition to his love of music, Max loved camping, fishing, bowling and his breakfasts at A&W.

The family would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to the staff of the Health Sciences Centre for their exceptional, kind and compassionate care.

Visitation at Carnell’s Funeral Home, 329 Freshwater Road, on Wednesday, May 4 from 7-9 p.m. and Thursday, May 5 from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.  Cremation has taken place.

Funeral service will be held from St. Mark’s Anglican Church, where Max was an active member, on Friday, May 6 at 2 p.m.  Internment to follow at the Anglican Cemetery on Kenmount Road.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Max’s memory to St. Mark’s Anglican Church or The CLB Regimental Band.

 

Death is just another beginning. So smile, I’m only a cloud away.

Schedule

Visitations

7-9 p.m. on May 4, 2022

2-4 p.m. on May 5, 2022

7-9 p.m. on May 5, 2022

Carnell’s Funeral Home
329 Freshwater Road
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funeral

2:00pm, Friday May 6th

St. Mark's Anglican Church
203 Logy Bay Rd, St. John's


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Hazel, Heaven has gained another great fisherman! Oh, did he love fishing for those trout. I’m so sorry to hear of Max passing, enjoyed the company of you both camping Jacks Pond, memories are long but not far away. God bless you and your family at this time. Keeping you all in our prayers.

So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. Worked with Max in the early 80’s in the Department of Social Services. Thoughts and prayers are with the family

Hazel. & Family, I just heard of Max’ passing.
We worked together for many years, Max was always so kind & so helpful to many people.
Please accept my sincere condolences to all of you.
Noreen Holden

Hazel and family
Just heard about Max’s passing, so sorry for your loss . He was a kind and gentle man and II had the pleasure of having a few conversations and laughs with him while cutting his hair . Thinking. about you all🙏🙏

Hazel and family,

Max will be deeply missed by the congregation at St .Mark’s. He always wore a smile and I will never have a pickle preserves again without a memory of his amazing pickles.

I hope all your loving memories help you all through this difficult time and in the days to come..

With our deepest sympathy,

Susan and Darrell Gover

Dear Hazel, my deepest sympathy on Max’s passing.. I remember him so fondly from our many drives home after an evening shift so many years ago.
Paula Corbett (Quigley)

Deepest sympathy, you are all in my thoughts and prayers

Marilyn DPike

Hazel & family, Jean & Rache
Our sincere condolences on the passing of your beloved Max. Any time I would happen to meet him there was sure to be a joke or a funny story to be told.. May you find peace and comfort in all your wonderful memories to help sustain you in the days ahead. Keeping you in our prayers. Rest In Peace Max.
Hugs Helen & John

Hazel and family please accept our heartfelt condolences on Max passing. We will keep you in our prayers.
Lynn & Frank Murray

Trevor, deep condolences to you and your family on the loss of your dad. I hope you carry many happy memories that will bring you peace and comfort in the difficult days ahead. So sorry for your loss.

Dear Hazel, sending my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Max was such a special gentleman , I have so many fond memories of trips to Pouch Cove with you .Please know I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Much love to you, and know that Max will not be forgotten , he is unforgettable !Hugs, Carol Embree class if 1965

Hazel, so sorry to hear of Max’s passing. Our sincere condolences to you and your family.

Hazel , our deepest condolences to you, Trevor and Lori, Katie, Brendan, Paige and Liam on Max’s passing. Hard to believe I just spoke to him last month . So happy Phyllis and I could get to his service. Trevor gave a beautiful eulogy. Max would be beaming with pride. We are just a phone call away if you need us. Jeannette and Dave

Hazel,Trevor and family,
So sorry for your loss. Heard many stories in nursing school and when working with Donna over the years …so feel like I knew her Dad. Cherish your memories she loved her family.

Hazel, Trevor and Family
We are so sorry to hear of ‘Uncle’ Max’s passing. In our life, he was always smiling, always had a joke and was fun to be around. We think of him fondly in the Euphonium section of the CLB band. Rest in peace friend.
Sheri and Gunnar DeBruijn

So sorry to learn of Max’s passing. I remember him from working with him in the 1980s at Confederation building. Max always had a smile on his face and was a cheerful presence wherever he went. He was very active in retirement and carried that same approach to life throughout. I hope that your happy memories of such a sweet man will sustain you while you cope with your loss.

Trevor and Family
So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this sad time and hoping your memories will help sustain you in the days ahead.

I have such fond memories of all of my encounters with cousin Max, how so many years ago, he helped me and so many other students get summer placement jobs in social services, Max’s sense of fun and joie de vie,. I have not seen Max in many years as we have lived in different provinces, but I loved to be in his company, he will always hold a special place in my heart. My deepest sympathy to Hazel, their children and their families.

Hazel and Family, our sincere condolences on Max’s passing, may your precious memories get you through this very difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Trevor and family,
On behalf of St. Michael’s C.L.B Company #4512 please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of your dad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Capt. Sheila Mercer

Hazel and Family. Deeply sorry to hear of Max’s passing. May your memories carry you all through this difficult time.

Mrs. Baldwin, so sorry to hear of Mr. Baldwin’s passing. I can still see him standing up beside the Aquarena next to the track watching as we ran our races. I have always had great respect for him and so enjoyed our conversations at different events through the years. Thinking of you and praying for you at this time.

Hazel and family, our sincere sympathy at the passing of Max. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Bill and Kathleen Martin

Hazel and Famlly:
Some of the saddest moments in life are when the person who made the “Best: Memories , becomes a memory. May your memories become treasures that you hold in your heart forever.
Allan and Millie Piercey

Hazel and family, so sorry to hear of Max’s passing.. may your precious memories be of comfort to you.

Hazel and family, so sorry to hear of Max’s passing.. may your precious memories be of comfort to you. Roger and Brenda Percy-Perchard

My sincere condolences to Hazel and family. In the passing of a wonderful. Man. I always enjoyed talking to Max. He was so funny and always made me laugh. May he Rest In Peace.

Sincere thoughts of deepest sympathy sent to you and your family Hazel. Gone from your sight but not your heart
He will live there forever.Blessings
lBlessings! Ruth Gillingham wagg

Hazel and family
I am so glad that Max was a friend of mine. I loved listening to his stories especially about trouting. We trouted together many times over the years.
He a\was always so excited to show me his catches evey 24th May and Labour Day at Jacks Pond.
Time spent with max was always memorable and I knowhe loved you and his family. His phrase GOD BLESS YOU will always be music in my ears.
Max would always say to me Ralph how many trout do you have and I always said 11. He would say you bugger you got more than that.
One day while fishing at Square Pond I caught a dozen trout ranging from half a pound to 2 pounds I placed them on a rock took a piucture then I thought take 1 away and get a pictureb of 11 to show Max.
I went to Stagg Signs in Grand Falls and had them enlarge the picturte and had them install it on the front of my RV.
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On Labour Day weekend we went to Jacks Pond parked the RV and went to Max and Hazel’s site and said Max you got to come to my camper to see my 11 trout when he looked at the picture on the RV he said you bugger. What laughs we had.
Cherish your memories and God Bless . Rest in Peace Max and God Bless the family during this difficult time.

Sending our deepest sympathies to you and your family .

Dear Hazel. I was so sorry to hear about Max . Please accept my deepest sympathy and know my thought are with you and your family.. Dianne Bovard Penney

Beautiful, happy Max. Always greeting you with open arms and his infectious big smile. You will be missed Max.
Hazel and family, sending our deepest sympathy and condolences. Love to you all

The A&W Dub Family in CBS are deeply saddened to hear of Max’s passing. We loved Max like he was a member of our team. Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.

Dear Hazel and Family,
I am thinking about you today and so sorry to hear the sad news about Max.. Deepest sympathy is sent your way.

So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. It seems like only yesterday that I was talking with him at the A&W. He will be missed. I have many happy memories of playing music with him at the CLB Regimental Band.

Heart-felt condolences.
Rob and Sheila Trenholm

On behalf of the Class of 1965, General Hospital School of Nursing, I want to express to Hazel and family our deepest condolences at Max’s passing. Please know we are all thinking of you at this difficult time. Sincerely, Jeanette Walsh for Class ‘65

Trevor,
I would like to express my sincerest heartfelt sympathy to you and your family for the loss of your father. Words are a small comfort, I hope you are well surrounded by family through these difficult times.
On behalf of your family at National Division RCMP. Staff Sergeant Major Richard Rozon

Dear Hazel, I am so sorry to hear of Max’s passing.. I have wonderful memories of him over the years since our graduation some 50 + years. Max was a wonderful man with a great sense of humour which he shared with everyone. I know you have great memories of your life together and I am sure these will bring you much comfort over time. Thinking of you and keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Jeanette Walsh

Hazel, Mark, Trevor and family,

Gary and I send our heartfelt condolences and we are so sorry we cannot attend the funeral services for Max.
May the memories and all the stories you hear about Max send you all comfort during this sad time. Max’s personality was larger than life itself.
A wonderful neighbour and a fabulous friend. I loved listening to his stories and his love of music.

Hazel and all the Baldwin family. There are no words that can truly show the sorrow I felt in hearing the news of Max’s passing. All the wonderful memories of growing up, school days and all along the way. You could never meet or think of Max without a big smile, a laugh and a hug. A couple of times I recall was when he came to Gander on business with Social Services with their office on the same floor as I worked known then as U I. Knowing I worked there Max took time to stop by and in approaching the reception desk asked to see if I could loan him a bucket of coal. It was the joke of the office and took a lot of explaining to staff that day creating quite a few smiles and head shaking. Another visit prompted him to ask to see if I could sell him a few (U I ) stamps. There are so many more stories I do recall from time to time that his whit, smile and sharing of laughter with us will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace Max. Your memory will keep us smiling for a long time to come. May God’s blessing be with you all at this time. 🙏. Mabel and Ralph

Hazel and family! So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. I have so many fond memories of him all through our school years.. Max’s part in making the School Reunion such a wonderful success was much appreciated.. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. RIP Max!

Trevor and Family

So very sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. My deepest condolences to you and your family on behalf of the “H” Division RCMP.

Trevor, Mrs. Baldwin, and the entire Baldwin family.

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Mr. Baldwin. While I never had the pleasure of meeting him personally, I work with Trevor and wanted to pass on my condolences to the entire extended family. I hope the memories that you collectively share of your time together will bring you comfort during these sad times. He will live on through each of you and all of your accomplishments. With the greatest of respect.

Sergeant Major Bettina Schaible
“D” Division RCMP (Manitoba)

Hazel and Family:
So sorry to learn this morning of Max’s passing. I have some lovely memories from Confederation Building and always enjoyed Max’s sense of humour. May you find some comfort in loving memories.

We feel so sad to hear of Max’s passing. He was such a loving and caring man and we both loved being with him and listening to his many interesting stories.
Hazel, words cannot express how much he’ll be missed, and be assured you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.. Jean & Eric.

Hazel and family
Sending you love and prayers at this sad time..Max was a kind and generous man and a good friend..He left lots of lovely memories.

Hazel and Family,
So sorry to hear of Max’ks passing. My deepest condolences. Will be thinking of you at this sad time..
Ben

Hazel & family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Max was a wonderful man with a great sense of humour. He will be missed.
Jackie & David Connolly
Betty connolly

Hazel and Families,
So saddened to hear of Max’s passing. May your beautiful memories and God’s grace give you comfort in the days ahead. Hold your memories close, they will be tomorrow’s treasures. Thinking of you all.

TO Max’s Family, Sincere condolences. Max was a very close friend of our mom Eleanor Burke nee Gruchy of Pouch Cove having gone to school together and later growing up across the street. Personally I worked at social services with Max for a short time. He always had a smile and would ask me about the family. What a sincere, kind gentleman who always spoke highly of his Family. May your treasured memories give you comfort in the days and months ahead. Sincerely Joanne Janes (Burke) on behalf of all the Burke Family.

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Hazel, Jean, & all of Max’s family:

Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of your loved one. Having grown up in Pouch Cove, I knew Max from childhood. I can’t even think about him without a smile sneaking over my face.

An awesome man- a great life!

My thoughts & prayers are with you

To all of Maxs’ Family.,

Deepest condolence.

RIP Max

Hazel and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

Trevor, your mom & family. Our sincere condolences to you on the passing of your Dad. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this most difficult time
Pierre & Biddy OKeefe

To the Baldwin family,

I didn’t know Mr Baldwin personally, but I have heard his name spoken many times down at Royal Newfoundland Regiment Band practices – he was always spoken of with a great amount of respect and high esteem. On behalf of the band, thank you for your work in helping to build our band into what it is today. Rest well.

My condolences to you all during this difficult time.

Hazel and family,
So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. He was a great neighbor. He gave us delicious pickles and trout. RIP Max.

Hazel and family! I’m deeply saddened to hear of Max’s passing . My prayers and thoughts are with you all. Memories last a lifetime , hold them in your heart.
RIP Max!

So sorry for your loss Hazel and family my thoughts and prayers are. With you and your family at this difficult time take care hugs Mary Dwyer

Hazel & Family,
So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. As a young girl growing up in Pouch Cove, I would watch as Max marched past our house as a Proud Member of the S.U.F. band. In later years, when we would meet, he always had that foolish grin and I knew there was a story behind it. He would love to chat about days gone by, a drop of “Squatam” at Mom’s and of course, always a joke. He always had that smile, that laugh and shared lots of memories.
May your memories of Max now bring a smile to your face and sustain you in the days to come. May he rest in peace with his God, whom he served so well.
Thinking of you and remembering you in our Prayers.
Linda & Leo Reddy

Hazel and family;I would like to offer my condolence on Max: ‘s passing

Hazel Jean and family
Sorry to hear of Max’s passing our thoughts and prayers are with you.

George and Donna Thorne

Hazel and Family
We are sending our deepest condolences Max was a great family friend he shared a lot of wonderful memories between your family and The Burseys on Country Path C.B.S. we enjoyed each and every visit.
Even the ones back in the day in Pouch Cove across from my Grandparents house
Max will be surely missed he had a great sense of humor I’m pretty sure him and Dad are telling a few stories up there now
Take care and may God shine his many Blessings on your family now as you get through this sad and difficult time 🙏

Dear Hazel and Family
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My deepest sympathy.
I loved talking with Max about our shared interest in Pouch Cove and WW1. May you be comforted by many pleasant memories.

On behalf of The C.L.B. C.B.S. OLD Comrades LODGE #2 We send our sincere and deepest condolences to the family

Debbie Warford
Secretary

Hazel and family
We are so sorry to hear about Max . He was a special man who was well loved and respected in his community and church. We are currently out of the province but you can be assured that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. Max is leaving a great legacy of service and a gentle demeanour and will be missed.
Kevin and Kay Smith

Hazel and family, please accept my heartfelt condolences on Max’s passing. I first met you both during the time I taught Mark at Macdonald Drive. There was an instant connection with you during interview time. It seems so long ago. I will always remember Max’s infectious smile and good nature. Blessings at this time.

Hazel & family, so sad to hear about Max’s passing. I have such wonderful memories of Max over the years but the best one is our Christmas parties on 1 N/S. Every Christmas we talk about favourite memories and one that comes to mind in our conversation is Jumping Santa. This is what Chris named Max and he would be anxiously be waiting for him to appear. Even after all these years he remembers Max.! We had so much fun at these Christmas parties and many other events. Sending our deepest sympathy and love to you all.

To all of Max’s family & friends: I was so sad to hear that Max had passed. I have wonderful memories, as do everyone that knew him. My first memory was of him being my Sunday School teacher in Pouch Cove. My latest is of him being so good to mom, Eileen Baldwin, at Pleasantview Towers. They would walk arm in arm up and down the corridor singing hymns and sometimes a jig; everyone there though he was mom’s brother – that is what she told them. Every time he went to see his brother he would go see mom and she so looked forward to his visits but then Covid stopped that and she couldn’t understand where he was. Hopefully they are singing again with the angels. It is all the laughs, stories and smiles that will push your pain aside and bring back your smiles. Our thoughts, prayers and love go out to you all at this difficult time.

Condolence to the family. Extremely saddened by the news. Max was a kind soul and will always have a place in my heart.

Hazel, Trevor and family
Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of a wonderful soldier who always answered the call to Fight the Good Fight.. forever positive and humorous, he enhanced any group that he was a part of. For me he was a great friend and I was proud to say that I served in the same C.L.B. that was so well supported by his family. He maintained a strong faith and may he rest in peace and rise in glory..
J.A. Heffernan ( Colonel ) M.S.M. , C.L.B.

Mrs. Baldwin and family,

Please accept my heartfelt sympathies at this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Max was certainly a true gentleman, so kind and loving. He will certainly be missed by many! Breakfast at A&W will never be the same, when I eat toast and blueberry jam I will always think of you Max!! Rest in Peace my friend. xoxo

To The Baldwin Family,
Please accept my deepest condolences in the passing of Max. You are all in my thoughts and prayers

The loss of a loved one is never easy. Wishing you strength and peace during this hard time.

On behalf of Captain Jamie Hill, the staff and all ranks of Mount Pearl #4507 Company of the CLB, we extend our sincere and deepest sympathy to you and your family. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

May your heart and soul find peace and comfort.

Hazel and family
So sorry for your loss may your memories of Max give you comfort in the days ahead
Condolences
Marilyn Hogan

Hazel & family
Sorry for your loss
I always enjoyed my dealings with Max , his pleasant & outgoing personality
Kevin Dunphy

Hazel and family,
I knew Max from his early years and, in time, we became family friends. I guess our real friendship was set when we both played trumpet in the S.U.F. band in Pouch Cove; and that was a long time ago. There are many wonderful stories that could be told about our experiences together. One to be cherished dearly was our involvement with Ed and Gerald in the planning of the Old School Reunion; and, of course, our regular get-togethers at some restaurant for a scoff and some memories to share. Shirley and I were devastated to learn of his serious illness and eventual passing. We pray that the God he loved will pour His blessings upon you to give you strength and courage as you face those difficult times. May you take condolence from knowing that he is now reunited with those he loved dearly.
Most sincerely: Eugene and Shirley

Dear Hazel and family , my deepest sympathy to all on the passing of Max . I have fond memories of Max as a school friend and going over to Jeps at recess time
I was delighted to see Max again at our school reunion . Max and so many other people worked so hard to make that wonderful event happen .
God love you Max , fly high with the angels .

Trevor, We are very sorry for your Family’s loss. If I may offer a memory which attests your Dad’s amazing sense of humour. When we were kids, each time I went to your house, Max always jumped out of his seat and pretended there was an intruder in his home when I walked in – trying to get a rise out of whichever relative or friend was sitting with him. In the middle of it all, he would turn to me and give me The Wink – to signal that he did indeed know me and now we were both now playing the joke on everyone in the room. It felt inclusive, comforting and it was hilarious to be in his presence.

To all The Baldwins who laughed with and at Max, we extend our deepest condolences.

Peter Roil & Aneesa Ullah

Hazel and family,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of Max. Whenever we met him, there was always a witty remark and a hearty laugh .He will be sorely missed. Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories that you can hold forever in your hearts.
Lex and Fay Hudson
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Trevor, I’m sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. I was lucky enough to have a brief chat with him last year, what a kind & funny man. I distinctly remember him speaking of his family & how proud he was of his kids.
I am sure you have many wonderful memories to hold close.

Dear Hazel and family, so sorry to hear of Max’s passing. I worked with Max at the Dept. of Social Services and it was a real pleasure to work with him.

May he rest in peace.

Cathy O’Leary

Sorry to hear of. Max’s passing. Condolences to Hazel and all his family. May he Rest In Peace. God bless.

So sorry to hear of your husband’s passing Hazel, sincere sympathy, Judy (Day ) Fitzpatrick

Hazel and family, I would like to offer my condolences on Max’s passing.

On behalf of the officers, soldiers and entire Royal Newfoundland Regiment family, I offer sincere condolences on Max’s passing. The Baldwin family’s contributions and support to the Regiment are well known and highly respected and know that we are thinking of you and wishing you peace. May you find comfort in fond memories and in the support of family and friends, including the Regiment.

Hazel and family ,I am so sorry for your loss, please accept my sincere condolences, Barb Whitten

We are truly saddened to learn of Max’s passing. We fondly remember our many visits to your motorhome in Jack’s Pond Park. Max loved trouting and would often come to our trailer to show us his catch for the day.. We are going to miss him dearly. God love you Max.
Marilyn & Kevin Pardy

Hazel and Family,

So sad to hear of Max’s passing.. A true gentleman! He was always so good to me as part of the CLB Auxiliary. He was the best Santa ever! May he rest in Peace

Debbie Webster

Hazel and family.
I was heartbroken to read of Max’s passing. Hold onto the wonderful memories you shared and he will always be with you. Take comfort from those around you .I am thinking of you and I wish you peace during this trying time. .

Hazel & extended family…I had the pleasure of working with Max for a few years at the Confederation Bldg….also enjoyed our Sat. morning breakfast at the A&W……he was a good friend and most importantly a true gentleman who was dedicated to his family…he will be missed….take care and cherish the wonderful memories….Eric

Aunt Hazel & Family,
I was sorry to hear about the passing of Uncle Max. Wishing all the best during this sad time.

Stephen (Calgary)

Hazel and family
So very sorry to hear of Max’s passing. He would always have a big smile and hug when I would see him at church. Hold all those beautiful memories you have together as a family. God love you.
Judy & Dennis

Hazel and Family:
I would like to offer my Heartfelt Condolences.Max was a Good Neighbor.
RIP Max

Thinking of you Hazel at this very sad time.

To all of Max’s family my deepest condolences , in 1988 Max was the first person i met at the confederation building and i was hired that day by him at department of finance, always found him very friendly and helpful , RIP Max

Hazel, Jean and Family. May the wonderful memories that you have of Max bring you comfort in the days ahead.. Sincerely,, Elizabeth and Bill Thistle

So sorry for your loss Hazel and Trevor. RIP Maxwell – you are reunited with your daughter Donna

Deepest sympathy to the Baldwin family. I worked in Finance years ago with Max, who was always, funny, helpful and told many great stories. RIP eternally with the angels. Condolences to all and God Bless.

In heartfelt sympathy and prayer to Hazel and family. In your time of loss and sorrow. I worked in Social Services years ago and Max worked in the department. His infectious smile and BIG sense of humor brightened many employees days. Many times I was typing away and he would sneak up behind me and start massaging my shoulders. I quickly forgot the fright he gave me. He was a pleasure to be around. Fast forward to more recent years and our paths crossed a few times.. He was still the same Max as I remembered him. I know he had his share of poor health and the loss of Donna took a lot out of him. Take comfort in your cherished memories and knowing he is reunited with his beloved Donna and his loved ones who predeceased him. You have another guardian angel watching over you. He earned his wings and a peaceful rest. God bless!

So sad! I’ve known Max since my first days at the Confederation Bldg way back in 1978. The past few years Kev and I would see him at A n W having breakfast on Sunday! My condolences to his family❤

Hazel and Family
So sorry to hear of Max’s passing.Please accept my heartfelt condolences at this time.

Hazel and Family
So sorry to get the news of Max’s passing. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Keep all your good memories close to your hearts.

Sincere condolences to all Max’s family. I worked with him at Social Services for a few years. He was a pleasure to be around, always had joke and a smile. He was a good human being.

So sorry to hear about Max passing. I lived across the road from him .in pouch cove.He was a character. I remember myself and my aunt Joan from long pond Manuel’s went to visit max and his wife hazel. All we did was laugh especially when we would have a game of 120 . Rest In Peace max you’re surely going to be missed.

Hazel and family

So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. Our deepest condolences to you and your family as you remember your fun loving husband, father and grandfather.

Hazel and family
So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. We have fond memories of our times together RVing and especially while he was president of the club. He certainly was the life of the party. Sincere condolences to you and the family…. Rest In Peace Max!!

Trevor and family,
Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of your Dad. May a lifetime of beautiful memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.

Dear Hazel. Deepest sympathy on the death of Max. I met Max many years ago through our association with the CLB. He was a band member and I, for a time was a Chaplain in Con Bay North. He was one of the dearest people I have ever met. His pleasant personality, big smiles and hugs were always present whenever we met. I know you and Max were devasted at Donna’s untimely death. I was so impressed with your deep faith at that time , both of you, and I’m certain that faith will sustain you now . One day your lovely family will be reunited again in the neater presence of our loving Lord. Charlie joins me in sending our deepest sympathy. Yours in Christian love, Canon Shirley.

Hazel & Families

I was taken back to learn of the passing of Max., always a quiet, family and church family gentleman. God Bless each of you.

Hazel and family,
My sincere condolences on Max’s passing. I will cherish my childhood memories of his wit, his fondness of recalling tales of growing up in Pouch Cove, to his cheerful smile as he poked his head into the choir room at St. Mark’s after Sunday service. I pray that you will be comforted in the days and weeks ahead by the support of your family and friends and years of precious memories.

So sorry for your loss.Deepest |Condolences

Trevor, Lori and Family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of sorrow. May your precious memories help you through the days ahead.

So sorry to here of Max’s passing . Condolence to Hazel and family . I met Max at Jack’s Pond Park many years ago . He was always a pleasant and friendly person . RIP Max fly with the angles

Hazel and Family,,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family on Max’s passing. Many memories of your years on Gleneyre St

Julia & Norman Batten

My deepest sympathies to you Hazel and the whole family . Max was like a second dad to me growing up in Wedgewood Park. Such a kind and gentle man , with a smile that would light up a room ! So many great memories to cherish.
Rest easy Max and give Donna a hug for me !

So saddened to hear about Max…
He was my first boss at Confederation Building and I’ll never forget how kind and professional he always was to me. “Well God Love You” was always his words whenever he saw me and the fact I was from Pouch Cove was a Bonus.
He is happily with his sweet Donna again.
Please accept our condolences to all the family on the loss of a dear man…

Hazel & Family,
So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. Many fond memories of the good times we spent together. Our sincere condolences.
Ern & Flora Pennell

“Aunt” Hazel, condolences to you and your family. “Uncle” Max was a gentleman with a great sense of humor. He was a pleasure to be around and I feel privileged to have known him. Rest in Peace “Uncle” Max.

Dear Hazel and family, please accept my sincere condolences as you honour and remember Max’s life so well lived.

Jane

The Mills family sends their thoughts and condolences to the Baldwins. We know how close you all are and he will be sorely missed. Max was always so pleasant to be around, I remember laughing a lot!

Trevor, Lori, Paige and Liam: Sincerest condolences to you and your entire family on the passing of your Father and Grandfather. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this time.

“God love you.” If I heard it once, I heard it a thousand times, whether it be on the telephone or in person. If there is any word that comes to mind when I think about Max is it those three words: “God love you.”

Thanks be to God for the memories that I have of this gentle soul. Whether it be his reasoning for living in Conception Bay South, all because of the woman who lived across the road from his childhood home on Kirby’s Lane, Pouch Cove (“Aunt Emma Newell”/my great-grandmother) or: the many phone calls over the years, especially in the time that I have been ordained. The thing that I will not forget the joy in his voice when I asked him to present me to the Bishop on the night of my Ordination to the Priesthood.

One loss for his parish family of St. Mark’s will be the lack of the famous jars of “Max’s Pickles,” made every year for the fall fair. Yet, with that said, the trout in Come By Chance River got only less hook to worry about.

Hazel and Family, the only thing that I can say is: “God love you.” To Max the only thing that can be said is “God love you.” God has indeed loved you and he has loved you enough to call you from this life to the fulfillment of the faith, hope and love of your baptismal endowment. May you rest in peace and rise in glory.

So sorry to hear of Max’s passing. I’ll always remember him at the Christmas eves we have had here in Bay Roberts and how he sweetly gifted us with “Max’s Pickles” at Christmas. Condolences to the family from The Barker’s

Max was a great man. Always kind and good natured. He was also one of my ‘secondary fathers’ who filled in the role after my own passed away. He will be sorely missed. Condolences to the Baldwin family – my thoughts are with you..

So very sorry to hear of Max’s passing, he was certainly one of the good guys. Please accept Renee’s and my sincerest condolences I knew him for so many years dating back to my childhood for his unending work to promote recreation in Wedgewood Park. Who knew we would end up making and enjoying music together. He too was so intertwined with Renee’s family, best buds with her dad, so much so they on occasion would sneak into the old General nurses residence to visit two young beautiful student nurses! Somewhere that dam Golden Star is ringing out! Rest Max, your earthly work is done.