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1954 Max 2023

Max M Lamm III

June 3, 1954 — November 3, 2023


Max M Lamm III Obituary

Max M Lamm III, known to his loved ones as Trey, passed away on November 3, 2023, in New Braunfels, Texas. He was born on June 3, 1954, in San Antonio, Texas. Trey had a remarkable career in waste management, living and working in various cities across the country.

Trey's journey in waste management took him to different parts of the country. It was during his time in Miami, Florida that he met his wife, Mary. They shared a beautiful life together until her passing. Afterward, Trey fulfilled their shared dream by building their dream home atop a mountain on land they had purchased in Marble, North Carolina. The peaceful solitude of the mountains brought him solace for several years. However, Trey eventually made the decision to move back to his home state of Texas to be closer to his family.

Education played an important role in Trey's life. He attended Texas A&M University after completing high school. Despite starting his career at H.B. Zachry before obtaining his degree, Trey persevered and completed his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting at Southwest Texas State University.

Trey was not only dedicated to his career but also to his hobbies and interests. He had a passion for fast cars and enjoyed watching NASCAR races whenever possible. It was clear that these pastimes brought him joy and excitement throughout his life.

He will be fondly remembered for being a rebel at heart; you never knew when he would regale you with stories of getting pulled over by the sheriff or being asked to leave a store! These mischievous tales just added to his charm, endearing him even more to those fortunate enough to have known him.

Trey was a well-known collaborator who struck deals with others to save money wherever possible. Despite this frugality, he possessed a heart of gold and readily assisted anyone in need. Trey's generosity knew no bounds, and his willingness to help others left a lasting impact on everyone he encountered.

Trey will be dearly missed by his surviving family and friends. He is survived by his girlfriend, Marsha Rosson, who was a steadfast companion during his later years. In addition, Trey is survived by his brothers Harold Lamm (Jody) and Joe Lamm (Cathy), along with nieces Ashley David (Davy), Lindsay Lamm, and Kayla McCaslin (Trey), and nephews Ben Lamm (Amber), Zach Lamm, Tyler Lamm, and Marshall Lamm (Alexis). Trey also leaves behind numerous great-nephews, great-niece and cousins.

Sadly, Trey was preceded in death by his beloved wife Mary Lamm, his mother and father Barbara and Max Lamm, his brother Louie Lamm, nephew Colton Lamm, great-nephew Peyton Smith, and his long-life companion with golden locks of hair, Dixie.

Trey M. Lamm III was an extraordinary individual who touched the lives of those around him in countless ways. His determination in his career coupled with his warm heart made him a remarkable person. As we mourn Trey's passing, let us also celebrate the vibrant life he lived and fondly remember the cherished memories we shared with him.

To honor Trey's memory and celebrate his life, visitation services will be held at Goetz Funeral Home in Seguin, Texas. Visitation will take place on November 10th from 5:00-7:00 p.m., Rosary beginning at 7:00 p.m. a Mass to commemorate Trey's life will be held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church on November 11th at 10:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

May he rest in peace.

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Friday, November 10, 2023

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Saturday, November 11, 2023

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