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Maximiano Villanueva, Jr.
May 19, 1957 - March 26, 2006



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Yolanda Siller-GonzalezMr. and Mrs. Jesse Villanueva and Family
kyle andersonSilvia Villanueva
Marc, Jennifer, Kelsie, Rachel, and Ian SmithRobert Villanueva, Jr.
Branwen FoxKristina Redford
kristine andersonLeon Villanueva
Lindsey HillMrs. Diaz
Nicholos VillanuevaPaulette Barnes
Suise GreenTamela Barnes
Joe, Ginny and Abbey MurphyGary & Georgeann Grebowski

 

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By: kristine anderson Apr 3, 2006
I had Mr. V as a math teacher from 9th-11th . i have learned alot from him. i remember when i would do work and i didn't understand it and all i wanted to do was give up. He would tell me that he didn't care if he had to sit there and say it over and over again he would make sure that I understood it. evey day when we would walk in his class room he would always had a smile on his face. Mr. V was the best math teacher i have ever had. He would make sure that his students loved math and he did that. He has changed a lot of students lifes over the years .
By: Jesse Villanueva Apr 2, 2006
This evening I sat and thought about Max and besides being my brother, “Who was Max”? I was asked if he always wanted to be a Teacher and I jokingly said, “I don’t think so”. I love Max so much and pray this is Ok with him. Max was a very caring person. He called us all on our birthdays. He loved our parents and whenever they were sick or in hospital, he was there to visit and cheer them up. Max would tell me, “Keep an eye on the goals, but to also enjoy the journey”. Max taught me to be brave even when I was scared. To help others even when I was tired and would rather be sleeping. Max set high goals for himself and accomplished them, but boy he enjoyed the journey. This is how he lived. Max was a special man, every time we talked, he would always tell me he loved me and I also told him how much I loved him. Max loved all his family and he would always let us know. Max cared about people. Even when he was very sick, he would make corny jokes to help others be more at ease with his pain. Max was a loving son, caring brother, amazing uncle, a faithful and adoring husband and a proud father and above all my best friend. Max knew how to enjoy life and blessed so many people great memories. Max kept an eye on his goals and loved the journey. So did Max always want to be a teacher? The answer is Max always was a teacher���I love you Max, your brother Jesse Villanueva.
By: Janet & Galen R Remmers Mar 28, 2006
Dear Max made a difference in the lives of so many young people and he will be sorely missed. Already the students have spoken of many, many memories of various happenings with Mr. V. They will always remember him. We have been with Max throughout his years in education and watched him grow into an effective, inspiring teacher. He will always be in our memories. Blessings especially upon Silvia and Alexis as well as other family members who will feel his loss greatly. May your memories be warm ones and good ones. Our deep sympathy is with you during this time.
By: Kristina Redford Mar 28, 2006
Mr. V was a great teacher and inspired me to do the best that I could to get out of high school.

He touched all of our hearts with his caring ways, he was always there to help. He will be truly missed by all of his students. Mr. V will always have a special place in my heart.
By: lindsey hill Mar 28, 2006
he was my math teacher and he was a good math teacher he would even let me go check his mail box in the front office
By: Joe,Ginny Murphy Mar 27, 2006
Words can't say how much Max will be missed. How lucky we were to have him in our life, we have such great memories of our friendship. He is truly a great guy. We love you all, and our thoughts and prayers are with you always.

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