Alfred Altman
Alfred Altman

Mequon - April 4, 2021, age 86, of Mequon. Dear husband of Joyce Altman. Adoring father of Michael (Kari) Altman and Marjorie Altman. Cherished grandfather of Jack, Justin, Lulu and Daisy Altman. Loving brother of the late Melvin (the late Barbara) Altman. Further survived by many cousins, nephews, nieces and many relatives and dear friends.

Al and his brother Mel owned the Bradley Village Pharmacy in Brown Deer for more than thirty years, and were active in serving the Brown Deer community in many ways. Al was proud to be a pharmacist and always welcomed his customers with professionalism and kindness. Al and Mel also owned the University Store, Ltd. on the Marquette campus for a number of years, and were proud supporters of the University. Al was an avid collector. His office was full of rare stamps and other collectibles. Seeking bargains at rummage sales consumed many of his weekends. Most of all, he was a loving family man. He adoringly attended endless musical performances and sports competitions for his wife, Joyce, and his grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by all of us.

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Published by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Apr. 5 to Apr. 7, 2021.
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Dear Joyce, I'm so sorry to hear of Al's passing.
Clarice Feldman
April 12, 2021
Dear Joyce and Family We were so saddened to here of Al´s passing. He was always brought the joy and light wherever he went. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. May his memory always be as a blessing to you all. Miriam and Matthew
Miriam and Matthew Fleming
April 12, 2021
Our family is thinking of yours at this sad time. Clearly, your father and grandfather was a very kind and talented man. We are happy you have such fond memories of a wonderful person. Please take care.
The Willenson Family
April 8, 2021
So sorry for your families loss! May his memory be a blessing.
Wendy Zechman
April 7, 2021
MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO THE ALFRED ALTMAN FAMILY. BEING SLIGHTLY YOUNGER, WE ALL ATTENDED THE JCC SINGLES DANCES ON SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 1400 N. PROSPECT. MY HAVING A DIVERSE, BUT SUCCESSFUL CAREER IN BROADCASTING, HELPING CONSTRUCT CHANNEL 10, AS THE FIRST PUBLIC TV STATION, THEN BECAME A MILWAUKEE POLICE OFFICER FOR OVER 18 YEARS, BEFORE RETURNING TO BROADCASTING, AL & MEL ALWAYS ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW TO DEAL WITH THEFT ISSUES MAINLY AT THEIR 12TH & WISCONSIN AVE. STORE. BOTH BROTHERS WERE SUPER HUMAN BEINGS. IN 1980, I MOVED TO LOS ANGELES & RETURNED TO BROADCASTING, THE WEATHER WAS MUCH BETTER THAN MILWAUKEE & EMPLOYED BY THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK, WEST COAST HEADQUARTERS, HOLLYWOOD, AS A BROADCAST ENGINEER, RETIRING IN 2005. STILL SINGING THE MUSIC OF SINATRA, TONY BENNETT & NAT "KING" COLE, UNTIL THE PANDEMIC, CLOSED DOWN ENTERTAINMENT LAST MARCH. [email protected]
DONALD H. PINSKER
April 6, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Al was always such a pleasant neighbor.
Marla and Jeff Williams
April 6, 2021
Joyce and family, I am so sorry to learn about Al's death. May his memory be a blessing to all those that knew and loved him.
Marsha Joffe
April 6, 2021
I am so sorry to hear of your loss, Joyce. May you be comforted by the many wonderful memories of the life you shared with Al.
Linda Jones
April 5, 2021
Our sincere condolences to the entire Altman family. Al will be dearly missed by all those who knew him. May be rest in peace. Jordan and Ann Fox Jordan and Ann Fpx
Jordan and Ann Fox
April 5, 2021