Robert Ortman

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Robert R Ortman
Born: around 1924
Ohio, United States
Robert W Ortman
Born: around 1915
California, United States
Robert O Ortman
Born: around 1927
South Dakota, United States
Robert W Ortman
Born: around 1924
New Jersey, United States
Robert J Ortman
Born: around 1924
New York, United States
Robert S. Ortman
Born: around 1955
Robert B. Ortman
Born: around 1983
Robert B. Ortman
Born: around 1982
Robert Ortman
Feb 7, 1915 - November 1973
Robert Ortman
Sep 23, 1916 - December 1979
Covina, California
Robert H Ortman
Jan 14, 1920 - Mar 28, 2002
Charles City, IA
Robert L Ortman
Feb 15, 1948 - Sep 13, 2000
Robert Ortman
Jun 9, 1915 - December 1978
Rochester, Minnesota
Robert F Ortman
Feb 6, 1922 - Jun 10, 2006
Fruitland Park, FL
Robert L Ortman
Jun 17, 1929 - Jun 17, 1999
Saginaw, MI
Robert M Ortman
Nov 13, 1951 - Jan 18, 2009
Grosse Pointe, MI
Robert B Ortman
May 10, 1940 - Sep 23, 1998
Ojai, CA
Robert Ortman
Jan 16, 1928 - February 1980
Chicago, Illinois
Robert W Ortman
Nov 25, 1921 - Sep 21, 2001
San Diego, CA
Robert C Ortman
May 29, 1921 - Feb 20, 2004
Columbus, OH

Other Ortmans

Ethel M Ortman
Feb 9, 1912 - Feb 24, 2009
Boise, ID
Christine B Ortman
Sep 27, 1926 - Feb 28, 2002
Farmington, NH
Ellen C Ortman
Nov 4, 1882 - Jul 15, 1966
Worcester, MA
Margaret D Ortman
Oct 13, 1916 - Jan 2, 2005
Carmel Valley, CA
Edward Ortman
Feb 11, 1902 - April 1976
Los Angeles, CA
R D Ortman
Oct 12, 1944 - September 1993
John Ortman
Jun 15, 1883 - July 1971
Onset, MA
Joseph F Ortman
Jan 30, 1915 - Jan 15, 1993
South Yarmouth, MA
Martin Ortman
Nov 6, 1894 - October 1966
Bristol, CT
Herman Ortman
Jul 16, 1889 - October 1964
Emilie Ortman
Oct 5, 1900 - Aug 11, 1995
Bristol, CT
Leonard J Ortman
Jan 31, 1929 - Feb 19, 2009
Cape May, NJ
Carl Ortman
Apr 6, 1892 - November 1964
Charles J Ortman
May 19, 1922 - Aug 1, 1998
Lewiston, NY
Mildred N Ortman
Oct 29, 1914 - Jan 28, 1994
Fishkill, NY
Flora Ortman
Oct 20, 1886 - October 1973
New York, NY
Ruth Ortman
Jan 9, 1909 - Jan 5, 2002
Poughkeepsie, NY
Thomas E Ortman
Jul 4, 1937 - Apr 10, 2002
Depew, NY

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