Maxwell Edgar Fatchen, August 3, 1920 - October 14, 2012.
Max is carried home to God by a group of Fatchen house students from Trinity College, Gawler.
Member for Light Tony Piccolo reflected on Max's life.
Max Fatchen's funeral service was held at STARplex, Gawler.
Metropolitan Male Voice Choir wished Max well on his journey to the Lord by singing a Hymn.
Officiant The Reverend Peter Linn.
The funeral service was attend by Max's family and friends
Winsome Milane shared some laughs with the people who attended Max's funeral service by speaking about his younger years.
Max's loved treat, the cream bun, was placed on the top of his casket before he was carried out.
Family and friends have farwelled Maxwell Edgar Fatchen at a funeral service at the Hewitson Theatre in STARplex, Gawler.
A newspaperman, a children's author and an all-round good guy, Max passed away on October 14, aged 92 years.
Hundreds of people attended on Wednesday to celebrate and give thanks for the life of Max and reflections of his life were given by his co-workers, family and the Member for Light.
Before the ceremony come to an end a cream bun was placed on Max's casket to honour his love for the sweet treat.
His casket was then carried out of the theatre by Trinity College students in Fatchen house to the sound of Purcell's Sound the Trumpet.