Max was a beautiful young man full of life and promise, he loved his family and his friends. He was the type of person to stand up for others and always tried to help everyone. He always brought friends home that needed somewhere to stay or something to eat. He always fed homeless animals and took care of them. If someone needed help, Max was there. He was that type of person.
Max looked on the positive side of everything and always tried to make people laugh or smile, especially his Nana Vera and Me. He was thoughtful and kind and always looked after his brothers and sisters. He would have made a great dad!
Max was taken too soon. I can’t imagine life without this beautiful, caring, fun-loving young man. He was a bright light in all our lives and loved very much.
Max is survived by his parents Sylvia and Fernando Cranz, Brothers, Fernando Cranz Jr, Alejandro Cranz, Gavino Cranz and Eduardo Cranz. By his Sisters Nikayla Cranz and Naomi Cranz. Grandfather Ramon Soto and Grandmother Rosalina Matas. Aunts Brenda Soto and Gina Turner. Uncles Arnoldo Soto, Roy Matas Jr, and Alberto Matas. Numerous cousins and great aunts. Best friends Eric Santa-Cruz and Jose. He was predeceased by Grandmothers Veronica Soto and Sylvia Carbajal and Grandfathers Roy Matas, and Antonio Carbajal, and beloved nephew, Alejandro B. Cranz.
Please join us to say good-bye for now, until we meet again.