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In Tribute to Master Sgt. Max Beilke
69 years old.   Residence: Laurel, Md.
Died in Pentagon

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I will ask Jason to contact you. He was also enjurid himself and forced home on leave right afterwards, he wanted to pay his respects to your family along with Sgt. Southworths but was discouraged at that time. We plan on being at the Jan 14th resolution in Montpelier in hopes the rest of his team is available also to participate. I have bands that Jeff Tracey sent to me also along with prayer cards your wife sent. Thank you for responding back to me. Our thoughts are always with you and your family.

*** Posted by Jhoan on 2012-03-21 ***

I will always remember you for your friendship at work, your incessant support whenever I needed your help as the admin officer in DISC4, as a fellow member of the Army team in the Pentagon. May you rest easier this day. With great appreciation for your service, on this day. God Bless you, Max, and God Bless the USA. 
Doug Judd

*** Posted by Doug Judd on 2011-05-02 ***

Dear Max,

I have finally found a way to tell you that you were a wonderful man who helped so many military and civilians with your life dedicated to the needs of retirees. You were my friend, and I have thought of you and your family so often thru the years since you were taken from us in such a cowardly way! God bless you, Max. And God bless your family, who have had to endure without you. You are in my prayers always!

*** Posted by Pam Morrow on 2010-10-17 ***

Here is a Youtube tribute I made for Max:


*** Posted by Chris on 2008-09-23 ***

I never knew Max personally. We were friends through MCO on AOL. I am a "Retrired Army Mom" and he was very helpful. I would cover Max's Chat Room "Life After Retirement". At that point in time, I was unemployed to being laid off so was experiencing many of the same things as his attendees to his chat room. I was very active in many networking groups and Department of Employment activities in my state so a great deal of info to pass on to his retirees. Max was a warm, compassionate man who was proud of his time in the Army, his country and all the retirees he worked with. Max,
you will always be in my prayers and I am honored you were my AOL friend.

*** Posted by Sue Bent on 2004-05-18 ***

Max will always be missed, both in his work and his family. Max served his country well. Max worked endless hours for his country and the veterans.  Max loved his job, his country and his family. Max was a Vikings fan. Our hearts still ache.  We can not give up in the fight of finding all those responsible for this horrific act. Thanks for being a friend, but most of all my brother.  I miss you!

*** Posted by Carol Wachter on 2004-02-18 ***

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