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In Memory of
Max J Medina
1951 - 2018
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Max Jerry Medina Jr. passed away on Wednesday, June 20 surrounded by God's love and grace, his earthly family, and memorabilia of his beloved Broncos. Jerry was born and raised in northern Colorado but knew every corner and crevice of the state.
He was the oldest of seven but had the heart and humor of the youngest. He met his wife Kathy as a teenager, and the two were inseparable for nearly half a century. Jerry was a carpenter, as handy with a hammer as he was with an opportunity. That's to say, he never let one pass.
He imparted his strong work ethic, humor, and enormously kind and giving heart to his and Kathy's three children, Nathan (Danielle), Maxine (Fernando), and Katie Ann (David), all of whom survive him. He is also survived by his four grandchildren, Kyle, Jake, Alondra, and Jordan; sisters, Christine (Phil), Gloria, and Sheryl; brothers, Jack, Ron, and Vic; too many cousins, nieces, and nephews to name; and his mother, Grace. His father, Max Sr., preceded him.
Memorial service will be Monday, June 25, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Peace in Greeley, Colorado.
To leave condolences for Jerry’s family, please visit www.ncccremation.com
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