Corporal Max William Donahue, 23, United States Marine Corps. Son of Julie Burget Schrock & Gregory Donahue. Brother of Ryan Burget. Step Brother of Taylor Schrock & Jordan Schrock. Grandson of Doii Burget, Max & Patricia Donahue. Memorial Services will be held on Friday, August 13, 2010, 1:00 PM, at Cherry Hills Community Church, 3900 Grace Boulevard, in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Interment follows at Cedar Hill Cemetery, 880 East Wolfensberger Road, in Castle Rock, Colorado. Memorials to The Daniel C. Oakes High School, 961 South Plum Creek Boulevard, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104. Please share your memories of Max and condolences with his family by selecting the "sign guestbook" button below.

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  1. Praying for all of Max’s family and friends. Max gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country and I just want to say ‘Thank You Max’! God’s comfort & blessings on you all & God Bless America! sdg

  2. We mourn the loss of a member of our Marine Corps. family and our community. May you rest in peace knowing you are a hero who will be forever remembered with respect and gratitude for your service to our country. Our prayers go out to your family and friends.

  3. I will never forget all the crazyness Max, Anthony, and Tyler got into.He will be forever missed. He was a very special person and he’s in Gods hands now. Thank you Max for the impact you made on our lifes.

  4. I was Max’s 8th grade Math/Science teacher. I also had the privledge of coaching him when he played football for the school team. Max was a starter at linebacker and he was very good. I remember how he and Anthony Crowley would like to get into trouble at times. Nothing serious, he was a good kid. I remember he had a deep love for his mother and he was always very helpful to other people. I have no doubt that Max was a fine man and marine. I can understand why he did what he did and I am eternally grateful. If his Mom reads this, please contact me. I would like to talk to you in person. I am so sorry for your loss.

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