Al...My birthday wasn't the same without you. I miss you.
Albert attended the Ahmeek grade school and graduated from the Calumet High School class of 1946. He went on to the Michigan College of Mining and Technology, where he earned a B.S. degree in Metallurgical Engineering-class of 1950.
He was a veteran having served in the 2nd Armored Division of the US army.
He was a member of the George F. Lawson Post of the American Legion.
He and his wife enjoyed traveling, domestically and foreign.
He is survived by three daughters, two grandchildren and six nephews and six nieces.
He is also survived by his loyal friend, James F. Moesch.
My condolences to all who loved and cared for Mr. Bammert. He and Mrs. Bammert were the first new friends my parents made after returning to Buffalo and it wasn’t long before friends turned into family for my parents, siblings, and my sister’s and my children. He will he missed.
Al thank you for all the wonderful times we shared together you brought meaning back into my life when you became my friend. Though I am sad that you are no longer here with me I am happy you are at peace I will think of you everyday until we meet again.Please watch over me!!!
So sorry to hear of Leslie's passing. While it's been years since seeing him, I enjoyed writing to him. It wasn't always easy reading his return letters! (") but usually one of us could figure it out. Thanks so much to Jim for ensuring quality of life, not just quantity of life these last several years. Much love to you all. Erika