Date of Death: October 27, 2020
Visitation will be held Monday, November 2, 2020 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Hohner Funeral Home, 1004 Arnold St., Three Rivers, MI 49093. A private family service will be held later.
Max Richard Sussdorf Jr., 61, of Three Rivers, passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2020. He was born in Three Rivers on July 15, 1959, the son of Max R. Sussdorf Sr. and Harriet Ann (Fitts) Sussdorf, Max graduated from Three Rivers High School in 1977.
He was employed by PepsiCo for 32 years as a semi driver.
Max was an avid Tigers fan. He enjoyed camping at Sandy Pines for the last 18 years with family, playing softball, bowling, and watching NASCAR. He cherished time spent with his children and grandchildren.
In 1980, he married Cindy Sue Weaver, who preceded him in death in 2018.
Max was also preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Mikel (Cathy) Sussdorf; and his father-in-law, Robert Weaver.
Remaining to cherish his memory are a son, Dustin (Wiwanya) Sussdorf; daughters, Rachel (Scott) Johnson, Alyssa, Desiree and Janelle Sussdorf; grandchildren, Tyler and Kaliyah Sussdorf; brothers, Mark (Theresa) and Mitch Sussdorf; sister, Maxine (Mac) Kennedy; mother-in-law, Carol Weaver.
Memorials in Max’s memory may be donated to the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Envelopes available at the funeral home in care of his arrangements.
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So sorry to hear this. We were classmates an later, neighbors. My daughter’s first babysitting job was for Cindy and Max. The kids rode the bus together, and swam in their families pool. Deepest sympathies to the family.
I don’t know what to say!! What a terrible loss. Max had a beautiful soul and loved his family and friends more than most think is even possible!!
Neighbors at Sandy Pines for over 10 years, watched our children play and grow together. Jeff Grooters played softball with max for many years! SO MANY MEMORIES with Max, Cindy and our families. Rest In Peace my friend.
I’ve never known a family that shared so much love ❤️
Maxine,Mark,Mitch: so sorry to hear of Max passing. He will be missed by so many. Kitty&Bob Gearhart
My heart goes out to your family.
Sorry for your loss. Thoughts to the family
Maurice Ashby and family
Such sorrow to lose another classmate and friend Rest In Peace max you shall me missed. Pamela (Berry) and Randy Rhodes
Prayers are being said for the Sussdorf family!
They were are country neighbors for years and Max was in the same cruising town group when he met Cindy. As time goes on and family’s are started I didn’t get much of a chance to run into him.
But over the last few years I did have the privilege to cross paths with him and
we talked about what’s going on in our lives and of course about the old days and our cars then! and of course Max’s Firebird.
That meant and means a lot to me.
Wishing all of the Sussdorf family to find peace and comfort some how through this unfortunate time of sorrow!
Tim and Colleen Lewis
So sorry to hear of the loss of Max. My condolences to his family. Prayers for comfort and hugs.i didnt get to know him but knew his wife Cindy. Knew her growing up as kids.Again you all are in my thoughts and prayers. Revelation 21:4
My condolences, and those of the TRHS class of 1977.
So sorry. Prayers for the family
Our sincere condolences and thoughts go to the Sussdorf family. Your father was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed. Hugs to each of you.
Praying for the family! So many memories of watching our girls play softball together!
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
My prayers go out to all the family who is suffering such a great loss!
So sorry for the loss of Max, he was a very kind and wonderful man. Our thoughts are with you all.
Max life touched many in different ways. He will be dearly missed and cherished memories will remain in hearts of those who knew him. My thoughts and prayers go out for all of his family through this heartbreaking loss. ♥️🙏
Very sorry for your families loss, my thoughts,and prayers
Tammy Jo Fosdick