Freuchet, Max

July 17th, 2011

Max V. Freuchet, age 54, of Wilmington, died unexpectedly at home on Sunday, July 17, 2011.

Max was the cherished son of Max L. and the late Mary V. (Burke) Freuchet of Wilmington, cousin of Verna Dennis and her husband Harvie of Ontario, David, Peggy, Sandy and John MacFarlane of Prince Edward Island, he was also very dear to Katherine Freuchet of West Roxbury and Maureen McDonald of Wilmington, as well as many relatives and friends who survive him.

Visiting hours will be held at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Friday, July 22nd from 6-8 p.m.

Memorial donations in Max’s name may be made to a Hospice of your choice. Max was a former manager at Advanced Auto Parts in Tewksbury.


17 Entries in Guest Book for “Freuchet, Max”

  1. steven r carter sr. says:

    max we all will miss you alot. you were a very special friend

  2. Jacob Carpenter says:

    Max you meant so much to me as a friend. I so enjoyed our time together and will never stop laughing at the great times we had. And we had many. You will be missed by so many people.

  3. Jennifer larose (mavericks) says:

    May u rest in piece max..we will miss u at mavericks..sorry for ur lost Mo and to everyone in his family…

  4. Peter Holak says:

    Always will remember our trips to Boston and Cambridge audiophile stores. and our memorable trip to the Stereophile show in NY searching for music and the best sounding audio components we could afford. Rest in Peace Max. You will be missed.

  5. Bob Grenier says:

    Max you were both a friend and a fellow musician brother. Oh the times we had. I will miss you too much. I know cause I am missing you now. You are so special, and I am so sorry your gone.

  6. Bill Boehme says:


    It was great to have known you over the years. Your confidence, winsome smile and ability to lay down the ‘bottom’ of our tunes will be missed.
    Farewell into that great jam room in the sky and RIP it up!

  7. brandon and terri says:

    max was a wonderful guy with a great sense of humor and personality he will be missed greatly by many people. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Max, we love you and miss you see you when we get there until then rest in peace.

  8. Debbie Clark says:


    You were a very special friend. I wsill never forget all the good times we shared. To the freuchet family I am very sorry for your loss. Rest in Paradise Max1

  9. Debbie Clark says:


    You were a very special friend. I wsill never forget all the good times we shared. To the freuchet family I am very sorry for your loss. Rest in Paradise Max! See you when I get there! Until then I will miss you dearly.

  10. Paul Mazzapica says:

    You were a great friend. Will always remember the great times we had together over the years. A smile was never far from your face. I Loved you like a brother and I will miss you very much, but I know wherever you have gone it is now a better place.

  11. Donna Toher says:


    You were always such a dear true friend to those who were blessed to know you. As time went by, our lives changed,we grew older,we may not have talked as much as we liked, but our friendship was always there . You will always be in my heart Max. Thank You, thank you for calling me FRIEND !

  12. Andrea Jelley says:

    We will miss you Max! You always had a smile on your face and was so sweet to the kids.

  13. Joan & Dave Shaughnessey says:

    Max, we’ll miss you! You are a truly gentle soul and we hope you have found peace.

  14. Noreen Ruggiero says:

    My condolences to Max’s Dad. I am truly sorry for your loss and will always remember Max from happier days. Max was a very thoughtful and caring man who will be missed by many. Rest in peace Max.

  15. Anne Saffie says:

    We will miss you Max. You were so kindhearted and always took care of those around you. Rest in peace.

  16. Sean Austin says:

    Max you were a great friend and co-worker and you will be missed. I will always remember all the managers conferences we went on and all the good times we had while we were there. You were a great roommate and I could always talk to you about anything like you did with me. I wish we didn’t loose touch after you retired. I would have loved to have gone out to dinner or have a cookout together like we talked always talked about doing. I will miss you Max. Thanks for being my friend. Too all those in Max’s family my condolences dueing this hard time.

  17. Valerie Laquidara Spencer says:

    There are so many things to say about you Maxi. I don’t know where to begin. We had a lot of fun together and you were always there for me, Brian, our children, and especially my mother. She loved you with everything she had and I know you knew that. You were a very special person who touched many lives. I will always remember everything we did together from trips to New England Dragway, to you setting up bounce houses with me, to trick or treating with us every year, and taking the kids to the water park. We will always love and miss you. You left us too soon.

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