Former longtime Southold resident Warren John Oltmanns passed away peacefully in his sleep Oct.26, 2015, in Richmond, Va. at age 94.
Warren was born Feb. 28, 1921, in Brooklyn to Ruth Isabel Hodgetts and Herman John Christopher Oltmanns. He spent his childhood in Brooklyn until the family moved to Manhasset, where he spent his teenage years. He graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in business and then received a graduate degree from Harvard Business School.
Warren was a World War II veteran, serving in the Pacific Theatre. He enjoyed family, church, beaches, swimming, all of his dogs, the New York Times and taking long drives in his many cars. He was a trustee of the First Presbyterian Church of Southold, as well as a treasurer there.
Warren married Beverly Brannin Dec. 27, 1945, in Manhasset. They raised three daughters – Robyn, Wendy, and Kim – in Garden City.
Warren had a lengthy career on Wall Street. He was a municipal bond salesman and bond broker for Charles E. Weigold and Co. He later worked at Merrill Lynch, Franklin National Bank, and European National Bank. In his retirement years, he and Beverly lived for 27 years in Southold.
He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Beverly Brannin Oltmanns; three daughters, Robyn Turrill ( Bob) of Boulder, Colo.; Wendy Watkins ( Tom) of Richmond, Va. and Kim Maxwell ( Alan) of Charlotte, N.C.; six grandchildren, Scott and Reid (Lawren) Hutchinson; Dana Wiles ( TJ), Tommy Watkins, Paige and Leigh Maxwell and three great-grandchildren. Evans Hutchinson, Jackson Hutchinson and Quinn Wiles.
Interment was private.
This is a paid notice.