Max CHRISTENSEN
1956 - 2021
BORN
1956
DIED
2021
CHRISTENSEN,
Max William:
15.9.1956 - 24.11.2021
Max attained lift off at 0920 hours on Wednesday, 24th November 2021, surrounded by the love of his family. Beloved husband of Maria and most proud father of Erik & April, Jorgina & Scott. Loved brother of Karen, the late Gale, Katrina, Jeanne & Michele. His calm peaceful approach to life in death was a true gift to us all. Rest in peace. Our warmest thanks to Te Omanga Hospice for their beautiful care. Donations to Te Omanga Hospice in lieu of flowers would be appreciated. A celebration of Max's life will be held at Silverstream Retreat, 3 Reynolds Bach Dr, Silverstream, on Tuesday 7th December 2021 at 11.00am, followed by the burial at Akatarawa Cemetery. In accordance with the family's wishes, Max's funeral will be open to vaccinated people only and My Vaccine Pass must be shown on arrival at the venue. Messages may be left on Max's tribute page at www.tributes.co.nz. Max's service may be viewed via the livestream tab on the Tributes website.


Published by Dominion Post from Nov. 27 to Dec. 1, 2021.
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hi , ive known max for some years when i chatted to him over many subjects a lot was mechanical i chattered at the usa day and when i brought parts off him ,, had a bevy and enjoyed the conversation im sad of his passing i will miss you and conversations with your a at your place,, usa days kind regards shane allen you will be missed ,, indian 48 shane
shane allen
December 4, 2021
I met Max when he was 16. Never have I met anyone who made friends eaiser than Max. You met him, you liked him. Most of us leave this world leaving a hole for our family and few others. Max will be missed by many many more. It was my privlage to have known him. Love to his family and especially to Marie who has been so strong through this.
Ken Nightingale
December 4, 2021
Max, I remember you first as a cheerful, smiling six year old on the Wairarapa farm, surrounded by a host of doting older sisters. Always inspirational. Farewell cuz, rest in peace. It's always the best who are taken too soon. My deepest sympathies to Maria, Erik and Jorgine, and to Karen, Katrina, Jeanne and Michele.
Bruce Preston in Sydney
Family
December 2, 2021
I knew Max for many years through work at Hutt Valley DHB and always found him to be extremely pleasant, helpful and to have a delightful sense of humour. On reading his death notice just now I realised that I also knew him as a young boy as I was good friends with his sisters, Katrina and Jeanne - such a small world! I am sure you will all miss him greatly and my thoughts are with you all.
Wyn Clout
Work
November 29, 2021
Sorry to read of Max's passing. I have fond memories of Max when I was employed at the hospital. Played a few games of cricket with him for the BMCCC and had many social interactions as part of the Hospital social club. There was group of fun loving practical jokers at the time and he was right amongst it. We had a lot of fun. Rest easy Max. Blair Hinton. Hutt Hospital staff 1988-2000
Blair Hinton
Work
November 27, 2021
Thinking of Max’s family at this time - I was so pleased to be able to talk with Max last Friday when he came to the hospital. He was such a ‘can do’ personality with a great sense of humour. Such a pleasure to be work with. A fitting tribute to see the tree that has been planted at the hospital entrance in his memory. Rest In Peace Max- on behalf of the Hutt Radiology Department.
Karen Coleman
Coworker
November 27, 2021
Our condolences from the Jenkins family. We all new Max from school and later from the Hospital. A great guy who will be sadly missed!
Tim Jenkins
Friend
November 27, 2021
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