Jeffrey Altman

Jeffrey L Altman

Monday, January 13th, 2020
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Jeff Altman, 66, died January 13, 2020, in Delray Beach, Florida.

Jeff was born March 13, 1953 to Lillian Plager and Sigmund Altman. He grew up in Margate, NJ. One could always find him close to a beach; he loved to swim and row, and he was an avid lifeguard for Ventnor City Beach Patrol. As a teenager, Jeff moved with his family to Miami, FL but he returned to the Jersey shore every summer to work as a lifeguard. He attended the University of Miami, Atlantic Community College, and Rutgers University, where he swam and rowed, and later he received his MBA from Drexel University.

Following his studies, Jeff worked in the greater Philadelphia region as a CPA and a financial advisor, and he was known as a tenacious, passionate, hardworking businessman, and negotiator. He eventually owned his own consulting business and traveled the world for the rest of his years in pursuit of new business ventures.

Throughout his life, Jeff enjoyed classic cars and movies, trains, dogs, and coin and stamp collecting. He was a non-conformist, he played by his own rules, and he was simply larger than life. Jeff was truly a unique individual.

Jeff is survived by his three children, Kelly (David) Reiser, Ken (Anne) Altman and Julianna Vollaro; his sister, Robin Iver; his mother, Lillian; and his five grandchildren, Gabrielle, Mason, Livia, Carter, and Chase.

Donations in his memory may be made to the Humane Society of Atlantic County, 1401 Absecon Blvd, Atlantic City, NJ 08401.
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    Friday, January 17th, 2020 | 10:00am
    Friday, January 17th, 2020 10:00am
    Rodef Sholom Cemetery
    6691 Black Horse Pike
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    Rabbi Howard Cove


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Kees de Jong

Posted at 05:16am
I worked with Jeff - selling my Company to SSI- and later when he was in the Board of SSI. always full of stories. And many times one of the sharpest people in room. He was never afraid to speak his opinion or ruffle some feathers. I have fond memories of Jeff. We'll miss him.

Joe Toland

Posted at 08:50am
RIP old friend. Many memories of our youth in Margate


Posted at 09:58am
Everyone here at ProgrammeMaster were deeply saddened to hear of Jeff's passing, and we'll all miss being in his presence. He was a fascinating individual to listen to; whether he was discussing his business career or just his views on the latest sports news. His passion for sports shone through at all times, and it was a pleasure to watch events with someone who enjoyed the live action so much. We'll all strive to take his determined spirit and love of life forward with us. May he rest in peace.

Eileen Leonard

Posted at 09:40am

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