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Max H Needy 1944-2024

Mr. Max H Needy, 79, of Waynesboro, PA passed away Tuesday morning, April 2, 2024, in the Waynesboro Hospital.

Max H Needy
Max H Needy

Born May 28, 1944 in Waynesboro, he was the son of the late Samuel and Mary Jane (Hollinger) Needy.

He graduated from Waynesboro Area Senior High School with the Class of 1962.

Max worked at Landis Machine Company, Waynesboro, for many years.

He was a member of The Owl’s Club and Eagles Club, Inc., both of Waynesboro and enjoyed being an umpire for the Waynesboro Little League for many years.

He is survived by two brothers, Samuel E. Needy and Ronald S. Needy; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Charles W. Myers and Richard D. Needy.

Private graveside services will be held in Parklawns Memorial Gardens, Chambersburg.

There will be no public viewing.

Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, Waynesboro, is handling the arrangements.



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