Max Bryan Ibach, 74, of Lincoln passed away April 22, 2016. Born July 2, 1941 in Dawson County\nNebraska to Norris (Slim) Ibach and Irene Rollings Ibach. Graduated 1959 Overton High School. He\nworked with the Nebraska State Patrol from 1963 to 1986. Moved to San Diego CA. in 1986 where he\nworked as a U.S. General Sales Manager for Pacific Treatment Environmental Services, moved back to\nJeffrey Lake, Brady, NE 1999 with his own company, Midstates Environmental Services. Due to failing\nhealth semi-retired in 2003 and moved to Lincoln. Retired 2015.\nFamily members include is wife of 31 years, Carolyn of Lincoln, Son: Rick (Jenifer) Ibach, Caren Cro, LA,\nDaughters: Patricia (Paul) Rezac, Denver, CO, Julie (Charles) Evans Temecula, CA, Stepson: Allen\nFletcher, Eden Prairie, MN, Stepdaughter: Gina (Jon) Frank, Murdock, NE, Brothers: Richard (Janet)\nIbach, Sumner, NE , Jack (Gloria) Ibach, Nixa, MO, Jim Ibach, Grand Island, NE, Sisters: Corrine\nMcCartney, Wood River, NE, Patricia (Robert) McDonald, Bellevue, NE, Sister in law, Dannie Ibach, El\nCajon, CA, Brother in law, Roger Diener, Kearney, NE. Grandchildren: Samantha (Mark) Cavanaugh,\nKayla Ibach, Kendall, (Lindsey) Rezac, Ryan Rezac, Eddie Richey, Quentin Tyrrell, Step-grandchildren:\nCody Fletcher, Elijah Frank, Sophia Frank, Ben (Ashley) Aloi, Great-Granddaughter, Maycee Cavanaugh,\nStep Great-Grandchildren: Riley, Kaitlyn and Jace Aloi. Many Nieces and Nephews.\nPreceded in death by his parents, sister, Dottie Ibach, brother in law, Mack McCartney, infant twin sons.\nIn keeping with Max's wishes, cremation was chosen, there will be no viewing or services. Private\nFamily Memorial.