Dental Lab Industry mourns the passing of Gary L. Maxon, CDT 3


The Texas Dental Laboratory Association of Texas sends it’s heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Gary Maxon. We remember him for his leadership and knowledge in the Dental Laboratory Industry.

 Today, the dental world lost a Mentor and Great Friend. I lost a brother in spirit and life, a friend that is true, and a inspiration to charge forward.
Gary L. Maxon, CDT. passed away of a heart related issue in Murphy Texas He had a wealth of friends and was extremely active in creating new mentors and cared for people he was the technicians technician. I will miss you my brother, I will cherish our times together, our days of hard work and evenings of laughter and joy. I love you Gary Maxon
– Brian Bennie
Gary Maxons service will be held on Sunday July 12th from 1pm-5pm at the Dallas Elks Lodge. The address is 550 Lullwater Dr Dallas TX 75238. Please join us in a remembrance & celebration of his life full of happiness and laughter. Let’s celebrate with Food, Dancing and fun, because he always did it this way.

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3 thoughts on “Dental Lab Industry mourns the passing of Gary L. Maxon, CDT

  • james and diane reid

    Just found out today so sorry to hear this our family’s so spread out and we don’t see each other.would love to hear from any one. Again so so sorry. Jim and Diane reid

  • Mac Perry

    I think God can give Mr. Maxon the “thumbs up.” Your Family can be proud of a well respected dental mechanic/technician and professional of the highest caliber. It was a great benefit to me to have be befriended by Mr. Maxon. Though his passing was months in the past, I request that Garys’ family accepts my true condolences. He is a friend passing now unto eternity. May God bless him.

  • Milton G.Bishop

    Gary was a good man, I knew him for a short while and we enjoyed each others company.
    Does not seem that long since his passing.
    Milton G. Bishop