In Memory

Max Bessinger

Max Bessinger



 
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09/13/11 06:55 AM #1    

Jerry Richards

Bessinger, Max
Max Bessinger 1943 - 2005 KAYVILLE, UTAH - Max Bessinger, 61, a great man
passed away due to a heart attack on a beautiful Sunday morning, May 1, 2005.
Max was born December 16, 1943 in Tremonton, Utah. He was the son of the late
Albert Bessinger, Jr. and Faye Beth Holland Bessinger. Max married Mary Susan
Barlow of Clearfield, Utah on December 4, 1968 in the Salt Lake Temple. He
attended Bear River High School and graduated from Utah State University in
1971 with his MBA. He served a LDS mission to London England from 1962 to
1964. He spent a year at Fort Dix, New Jersey before he served in Vietnam
during 1970 and 1971. Max was an active member of the LDS church and served
faithfully in his church positions. He loved to hunt, fish, and play sports.
Most of all, he enjoyed spending time with his wife, children, and
grandchildren. Max is survived by his wife of 36 1/2 years, Mary Susan
Bessinger; children Emily (Phil) Neuenswander of Las Vegas, NV, Becky
(Spencer) Nielsen of Sterling, VA, Chad (Tenaya) Bessinger of North Salt
Lake, UT, Amanda (Ryan) Nybo of Kaysville, UT, and Mickey (Mio) Bessinger of
Bountiful, UT; grandchildren Natalie Neuenswander, Nicole Neuenswander, Sarah
Jane Nielsen, Amanda Nielsen, Eliza Nielsen, Cohen Bessinger, and Elisa
Bessinger; mother Faye Beth Holland Bessinger Larsen of Brigham City, UT;
siblings Richard (Karen) Bessinger, Hightop, AZ, Robert (Kathy) Bessinger of
Honeyville, UT, and Garry (Pat) Bessinger of Preston, ID. Preceded in death by
his father Albert Bessinger, Jr. and brothers Clyde and Dennis Wayne. Funeral
services will be held Thursday, May 5, 2005 at 11 a.m. at the Kaysville
Mountain Shadows Ward, 1275 W. 200 N. Friends and family may call Wednesday
from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist's Kaysville Mortuary, 400 North Main and
Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the ward. Interment, Kaysville City
Cemetery. The family wishes to thank the wonderful doctors, nurses and
therapists at the George E. Wahlen Veterans Administration Hospital in Salt
Lake City for their impeccable care of our husband, father and grandfather.


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