Michael Martin Uhlmann

Newton, Massachusetts

1939 - 2019




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1939 - 2019Michael Martin Uhlmann, a beloved professor, father, grandfather, brother and uncle, passed away after a brief illness on Oct. 8, 2019. Born Dec. 29, 1939 in Washington, D.C. to Martin and Helen Uhlmann, he attended St. Johns College in D.C. before graduating from the Hill...

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Mike Uhlman was one of he finest men I have ever known and worked with (in the Reagan White House). Learned, jovial, sharp witted, and invariably kind and thoughtful, he was the best of company and best of friends, and one of the regrets of my life is that I (in Vermont) never saw him again after he moved West to Claremont. A life well lived. R.I.P.

I miss you already, Uhls. Thanks for so many things, including teaching me more about Locke and Mill than did Yale's poli sci department. May you find peace in His grace, my brother.

RIP, Mike Uhlmann. Brilliant, classy, determined, compassionate -- a wonderful role model in all respects. Both the American academy and American government would be far better institutions if they had many more people like him.

Truly a kind intelligent man who always chose the high road in life, it is a gift to have known you. Your kindness is what mattered most. Rest in Peace dear brother in law.

Grampa, I miss you so much and love you! I can't wait to see you again one day. Love, Sophia xxxooo

My dad made such an impact on so many people and it's hard to put into words everything I feel. I was blessed to have him as a father and I wish we had had more time together. We will miss him so much & there is already a huge hole in my heart where he was. The moments we had during his last week will remain always so precious in my heart.

Michael and his granddaughter Sophia


Michael and his grandson Hawkins