Max Eugene Mattin • December 12, 2021

Max Eugene Mattin, age 66, of Molino, Florida went to be with our Lord and Savior December 12, 2021. Max was born in Wauseon, Ohio to Richard and Hilda Mattin.

Max married the love of his life, Glenda (Turner) Mattin, April 25, 1989. He enjoyed athletics in his youth -he was running back for the Delta Panthers football team and also went to the state championship as a wrestler for the Delta Panthers. He served many years in the United States Marine Corps – Gunnery Sgt. He has been a devoted employee at Navy Federal Credit Union for over ten years as part of their Engineering Dept.

Max loved his wife and family, friends and especially his 3 grandsons. He liked to go fishing and camping but his favorite thing was to sit and read the Bible and study God’s word. He served as a missionary to the local prison and loved witnessing for the Lord and seeing souls saved.

Max is survived by his loving wife of 32 years Glenda; children, Calvin, Mark, Kimberly (Evyn) Toombs; his grandsons, Landyn, Cadyn and Rylan Toombs ; his father, Richard Mattin; and step-mother Doris Mattin; sister, Kay (David) Powell; brothers, Stephen (Cynde) Mattin, Matthew (Kelly) Mattin; step-sisters, Nancy Koder and Sandy Koder-Ziegler; and special friends, Tom Coleman and Charlie Danielson.
He was preceded in death by his sweet mother, Hilda Jean Mattin.

Graveside services to be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens on Friday December 17, 2021 at 9 am by Pastor Don Neese of Grace Valley Baptist Church, Cantonment FL.

Pallbearers: Calvin Mattin, Evyn Toombs, Charlie Danielson, Tom Coleman, Matt Flota, Jason McClung.

Max lived a carefree life and had a big heart for helping others. He will be greatly missed.

  1. Michelle Coleman says:

    Tom and I will truly miss Max. Max was not just a coworker with my husband but, was one of my husband’s true friends. A day never went by where I didn’t hear the name Max mentioned by my husband. Our hearts are broken as there is a deep void in this world and our hearts are breaking for his wife and family.

  2. Nitin Kulkarni says:

    My condolences to the Mattin family. Max was my colleague in the Network Engineering team at Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU). I had known Max since 2020, and I thought I knew him well enough, but after reading his obituary… I have to admire his wonderful and amazing life! Max had found true nirvana – serve his country, believe in and follow his religion, take care of his family and friends, spend time with his grandchildren, work hard, make the best of life, not judge others, and always give that helping hand. Some individuals are easily forgotten, while others are always remembered. Max is one of those individuals that I will always remember and cherish for his personal qualities and life ambitions! Someone who did it all! Take care Mattin family!

  3. Stephanie Cato says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to he Mattin family, friends and co worker. He was a hard worker and he really knew his job well. He will be deeply missed at NFCU.

  4. Fred Lawler says:

    So sorry to hear the news. I remember working with Max in years past and he was one of the best. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. God Bless Max and his family during this difficult time.


  5. Jason Holden says:

    My deepest condolences to Max’s family and friends. I had the pleasure of working with and learning from Max over the past several years at NFCU. He will certainly be missed. Fair winds and following seas. Semper Fidelis.

  6. Troy & Diana Bowling says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. It was an honor to work with Max through the years and he will be truly missed.

    Rest easy Marine, until we meet again on the golden streets of Heaven. Semper Fi!

  7. Don Benson says:

    To Glenda and Max’s family.. A dear friend Max was. Been a long time that we talked. Always remembered the good times we shared in school wrestling and playing football. The last time I sat in the football stadium at Delta watching my son play and having a conversation with our Coach Harold Rhodes, remembering the undefeated season our freshman year. The words Harold spoke of Max,”Max was a leader”. As a veteran I thank him for his service to this great nation. Rest in peace.
    May God comfort you.

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