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Max L. Bramall

July 9, 1933 — February 28, 2024

Max L. Bramall

Those who knew Max know he had an outgoing personality and a commanding presence that made him seem larger than life. That makes it hard to believe, then, that when Max was born, on July 9, 1933 he was so small his parents Ora and Frank, placed him in a shoebox in the door of an oven to keep him warm.

Max lived in many places, but he and Norma built their forever home in Nephi, Utah and settled into a happy retirement.

No matter where he lived or who crossed his path, Max never met a stranger. Every person in the world, to him, was just a friend he hadn’t met yet. He and Norma kept regular correspondence with their many friend and cherished family members for years though careful crafted Christmas cards and more personal letters and phone calls.

An active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Max dedicated his life to serving the Lord and spreading the Lord’s word through deeds and actions as a Home Teacher, Bishop, Missionary, Ward Clerk, High Counselor, and in may other Stake and Ward callings. Max loved serving as a Ward Missionary and as a Service Missionary in Guatemala with his sweetheart, Norma. They could often be found walking the neighborhood hand-in-hand, striving to help their friends and neighbors feel the Lord’s love by sharing and living their testimonies.

Max also enjoyed being active in the American Legion and honoring his fellow veterans. He had a great respect for this County and for those who served in the Armed Forces.

Tending a garden and growing beautiful and interesting plants was also one of Max’s favorite past-times.  He enjoyed watching classic cowboy movies and working on Family History.

Beloved by many and forgotten by none, Max’s strengths, humor, and never-ending love of his neighbors and his God are inspirational.  ‘Til we meet at Jesus Feet, Rest in Peace’.

Max leaves behind two sons Gordon (Cherilyn), and Daniel (Deborah), a brother Raymond Nielsen, two sisters Evelyn Ballow, and Carol Williams; seven grandchildren; Lea (Timothy) Flinders, Joseph (Vanessa), Sarah, Rebecca, Max (Julia), Laura, and Zachary Bramall; and eleven great-grandchildren: William, Joshua, and Elizabeth Willden; Elcee, T. Carter, and Carl Lavell Flinders; Braxten, Cade, Dylan, and Alexis Bramall; and Ryker and Caleb Bramall.

The family would like to thank those who cared for Dad though his many visits to the CVMC Hospital, and to the Central Valley Hospice group.  You truly were answers to our prayers.

A viewing will be held at Anderson Funeral Home, 94 W. 300 N., Nephi on Friday, March 8, 2024 from 6PM-8PM and a short viewing on Saturday, March 9, 2024 at 10AM just prior to the services at 11AM at the Nephi North Stake Center, 1125 N. 400 E. The interment will be at the Vine Bluff Cemetery.

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