Max Hadfield

Max Hadfield was born on May 2, 1924. His parents are William and Grace Jorgensen Hadfield. He lived his youth and early years at Grouse Creek then moved on for higher education in Logan, Utah.

Their father, William died in 1929 just 2 days before his 43 birthday after being hospitalized for several months.

He graduated from Logan High School and attended Utah State University.

Back Row: William, Grace, Gordon, Myrl – Second Row: Elden, Norman, Ronald – Front Row: Max, Nina, Amy, Vonda

World War II helped him decide what to do after high school graduation. Max served in the Air Force as a Bombadier-Navigator and later a B-29 Flight Engineer during the war. He later served an LDS mission in the Texas-Louisiana Mission. He married Marie Nielsen on September 7, 1951 in the Logan Temple.

Max’s first business venture was with a brother, Dean, in the Cache Auto Wrecking Co. but his life time career has always been the family oriented drapery business, first as Modern Trend Shop, which grew to become Trend Interiors Corporation. This enterprise as a family business provided work for the children through their high school and college years and continued to work and sustain all the family’s needs, even to this date.

Grouse Creek 4th Grade Class-1934
Front Row: Wilda Frost, Edward Frost, Delmar Jorgensen, Max Hadfield, Dorothy Kimber, LaGrande Horsely (Teacher)
2nd Row: Velma Kimber, Evva Lee, Barbara Kimber, Emma Paskett, Uknown, Virginia Warburton
3rd Row: Clifton Kimber, Viril Kimber, Chester Blanthorn, Max Tanner, Gerald Warburton
4th Row: Effie Kimber, Marie Roberts, Virginia Richins
5th Row: Theron Simpson, Dale Warburton, Rulon Kimber, Russell Kimber, Uknown, Kendall Kimber, Leland Wakefield

Max and Marie are parents of seven children, twenty-seven grandchildren, including two step grandchildren and one step great-grandchild.

Max and Marie served as couple missionaries to British Columbia in 1991-1992