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Max Leonard Altman
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Birth: Mar. 9, 1934
Wexford County
Michigan, USA
Death: Mar. 12, 1966
Mason County
Michigan, USA

Deputy Altman was struck and killed by a vehicle while manning a roadblock at the intersection of US 31 and US 10. The vehicle that struck him was fleeing from other units.

Deputy Altman had only served with the agency for 3 months. He was survived by his wife and three children.

He was a 1952 graduate of Cadillac High School, and an Army veteran.
His wife's name was Joan Carol Miller (she later remarried, and is still living in Cadillac) Besides his wife, he was survived by his mother; his wife, Joan, and their 3 children; Scott Altman, Martin Altman and Jacqueline Altman. Also surviving were 3 sisters; Betty (Bob) Brinks, Barbara (Leonard) Marcusse and Beverly, as well as one brother, Paul.

Family links: 
  Leonard Everett Altman (1903 - 1952)
  Bertha Kathrine Paul Altman (1906 - 1994)
  Barbara Jean Altman Marcusse (1930 - 2013)*
  Max Leonard Altman (1934 - 1966)
*Calculated relationship
Maple Hill Cemetery
Wexford County
Michigan, USA
Plot: Block 16 Lot 21
Created by: James Myers
Record added: Mar 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49283598
Max Leonard Altman
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Max Leonard Altman
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Max Leonard Altman
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Thanks You for your Service
- Kevin Mead
 Added: May. 13, 2014
Remembering our good times, growing up. Rest in Peace, cousin.
- Ron Altman
 Added: Feb. 5, 2014
Remembering you today
- James Myers
 Added: Mar. 12, 2013
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