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2012-12-20 / Obituaries

Max Eugene Roesch

October1,1961-December11,2012

Max Roesch was born October 1, 1961, in Houston, Texas, and grew up in Leander, Texas where he graduated from Leander High School. Max attended college at Southwest Texas State University where he earned his B.B.A., Marketing. He married the love of his life, Kim (Moore) Roesch in July 1985. Max earned his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 1988, and practiced law in Giddings since 1992. Max had many passions, first and foremost, his family, his friends, and his clients. Max was a highly respected attorney and loved his legal practice. Each day he looked forward to helping someone in the community with their troubles. He served as Editor for the Texas Board of Legal Specialization from 2000 – 2011 and also with the Texas Board of Law Examiners 2002 – 2012.

As a member of the First United Methodist Church, he loved his church family and participated in the choir when he could. A storyteller extraordinaire, wit was never lost on Max. His tales of arrowhead hunting, bird hunting, and even canoeing always brought laughter to those who shared in his experiences. A true history buff with a heart as big as Texas, Max never missed a chance to visit the Alamo in San Antonio, to read or teach about Texas History, or to read one more book about Teddy Roosevelt.

Max was preceded in death by his Grandparents, Max and Clarice Roesch, Gene and Jeanie Caylor, his Uncle Ken Caylor and his dear friend, Pat Holloway.

He is survived by his loving wife of 27 years, Kim and children Victoria C. Roesch and Zane C. Roesch, of Giddings; Brother Chad Roesch and his wife Jenna of Pflugerville; Aunt Linda Caylor and Cousin Amy Caylor of Lago Vista.

A Celebration of Life Service was held at 3pm, Saturday, December 15, 2012, at the Alan Roberts Family Gymnasium, 2216 CR 226, Giddings.

In lieu of flowers, please make memorials to the First United Methodist Church.

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