Ronald Herbert Altman

December 2, 1931 - October 19, 2016

Ronald Herbert Altman, 84, of Batavia passed away Wednesday, October 19, 2016 surrounded by his family at home.  He was born December 2, 1931 in Chicago, Il. the son of Herbert E. and Marie L. (nee. Ulmer) Altman.  Ronald was joined in marriage to Carlene Ann Warren on September 13, 1958 in Negaunee, Michigan.

Ronald is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Carlene A. Altman;  children, Craig Altman, Keith Altman, Kevin Altman, Carla (John) Buell and Christopher Altman; four grandchildren Randall Altman, Lauren Altman, Katherine Ann Buell and Grayson Buell. 

He is preceded by his parents; sister, Janet Templeton; brother, Herbert Altman.

Visitation will be held from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM on Thursday, October 27, 2016 at Bethany Lutheran Church 8 S. Lincoln St. Batavia, IL. 60510.  Funeral service will be held at 7:00 PM immediately following visitation also at the church.  Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers donations in his name may be made to Air Classics Museum 44W546 US 30 Sugar Grove, Il. 60554. 

For additional information please contact Moss Family Funeral Home (630) 879-7900 or www.

Guest Book

  • Donna Kuntzi So sorry to hear of your loss. Losing someone so dear to you is never easy. I hope this time of sorrow passes smoothly.
  • Brett Larson As Ron's neighbor for 26 years, you get to know a part of a persons personality that gets displayed outdoors. Ron was an avid Northwestern and White Sox fan proudly displaying the team flag when they won that day. A veteran from the Korean War era, Ron in more recent years was a tireless advocate for preserving the stories of local WWII Veterans. But I think his greatest battle I witnessed was with the leaves and acorns that fell from the many oak trees on their property. In his attempts to preserve the tranquility of the suburban yard look of green grass, versus the brown covering of seasonal leaves and acorns, the battle front was in constant motion moving back and forth between being "cleared" or "covered", until the electric blower arrived, where upon Ron never yielded in his successful daily blowing. We will miss the sounds of the fall season Ron. Be at peace neighbor. Brett and Jacquelyn Larson