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Maximiliano Victor O’Canas

02/15/1945 - 12/21/2023

Maximiliano Victor O’Canas, 78, of Mesa, Arizona passed away Thursday, December 21, 2023 in Mesa, AZ. Max, who worked for the USPS,  lived in Mesa for over 50 years.


  • Sherry O'Canas Gillis

    I love you Uncle Max!

  • Lynda F Martin-Serrano

    To one of the best Uncle’s.

    I will forever miss you and will always, always treasure all that we shared.

    Thank you for loving me for me. I appreciated you so much.

    May God Bless You and I Love You.

  • Yolanda, Dennis Gonzales and family

    Rest in peace, love you ❤️

  • Serein Pablo Diaz

    “No better friend, no worse enemy” I’m going to miss you Brother. Grateful for the time we had. Semper Fi Marine. Rest Easy. Love you Bro.

  • Semper Fidelis Max. Thanks for the memories.

  • Max,
    You have always been there. I love you to the moon. Kind, generous, amazing. Always looking out for others. We shared a special bond.
    I’m so sorry you are gone. I know you are with the lord. You are the lords son. You have spread kindness throughout your whole life.
    I have been blessed to know you and love you.
    Peace be with you Max and your Sons.
    Heart and Love to you.
    Now you can join your wife inHEAVEN…

  • Max, we had such a wonderful friendship. We talked through things and figured out how to handle situations. We had it going on…as we say, from back in the day.
    We shared and figured and tried to make this thing happen.
    It was an amazing experience with you. It was life changing too. Well, for me.
    We spent time together that no one can say…
    I did that!!!
    We shared a bond, together. We just shared.
    We just tried to handle our situation together.
    Not knowing if we would see each other again.
    Well, I was canceled… you were primo!!!
    I left without a word or a song…Not my choice.
    Then, we remained friends. Just as always.
    Scary and such for me…
    But our life , friendship and kindness never wavered. You were the Marine, as always.
    You accepted me just as I am.
    I will love you to the moon.
    I miss you and your “click”when we spoke .
    Took me back to Southwest.
    I sooooo love you.
    You ask me not to come .
    I will see you ate the Pearly Gates my friend.
    Please keep a seat for me and your sweet wife.

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