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Nicholas D. Altmann

Published October 14,2015

Obituary's Biography:

Nicholas “Nick” D. Altmann, 23, a resident of McHenry, passed away Wednesday, October 13, 2015 in Chicago. He was born October 1, 1992 in Waukegan to Daniel Altmann and Traci Gray. Nick was a graduate of McHenry West Campus. He was a member of Alliance Bible Church in McHenry and worked for AFC in Lake of the Hills. He enjoyed church, work, and spending time with his family. Nick is survived by his parents Traci (David Berrard) Gray and Daniel (Yumi) Altmann, his siblings Emily (Deonte) Gray, Riki Altmann, Madison Berrard, and Henry Berrard, his grandparents Kathleen Stegen and Paul Altmann, Patricia Altmann, and Linda and Bruce Guy, his great-grandma Mary Ellen Timmerman, his cousins Kevin, Mike, Halie, Mallory, and Kaylee, his nephew Aiden, his best friend Christopher Hawkinson, and numerous aunts and uncles. He was preceded in death by his grandpa Richard Gray and his aunt Lisa Gray. Friends of the family may visit on Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. with a funeral service commencing at 7:00pm at Strang Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, 410 East Belvidere Road, Grayslake, IL 60030. Interment will be held privately. For information, please call 847-223-8122 or go online at www.strangfuneral.org.

3 replies on “Nicholas D. Altmann”

  1. Nick you were a great grandson. We enjoyed every minute that we ever spent with you over your 23 years of life. We are so proud of the man that you had become and are so deeply sadden that you will not see another 23 years. You touched so many lives along you journey in life that you didn’t know about. We remember telling you that many people loved and supported you in all that you accomplished in your short life. We send you many hugs and much love. xoxoxoxox.

  2. Nick will be missed by all of us at AFC. He wanted always to do a great job and please everyone. He was so excited to get his drivers permit and learn to drive. Nick was a wonderful young man. We are not able to attend the services; however, know that the family is in our prayers.

  3. Thank you for your kind words. Nick really enjoyed working for you. He never once said I don’t feel like going to work. He was eager to build his strength up so he would be able to return once the doctors gave the ok. It was the one thing that he really wanted to do was return to AFC. Even with this last trip to the hospital, he asked if it would delay returning to work. Thank you and all of your employees for making Nick feel at home and that he was needed and valued for his contributions. He was so happy to see you both at the picnic, and we were so pleased to be able to bring him to it. He is now our Angel watching over all of his family and friends.

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