A tribute to Max Payne

It was with deep sadness that we read of Max Payne’s death.

I first met Max in 1959 when he worked for my father, Fred Archer at North Central Finance, which later became Lombard North Centre.

Max was dedicated to his work and regarded with high esteem. He took over as manager in 1973. My father and Max were always very close - almost a father and son relationship. When my father died in 1976, Max was a great comfort to mother and myself. Nothing was too much trouble to help. It has been a privilege and a great inspiration to have known him. We have lost a dear friend and benefactor to Scarborough. His memory and acts of kindness will live on in the hearts of all who met him.

Thank you Max.

Maureen and Michael Robinson

Malvern Crescent