On February 03, 2021, our beloved son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend of many left his mortal family & friends to join his family in heaven. He will be sorely missed by many including his loving girlfriend, Shelby.
Our beautiful boy, Max, was a warm and loving young man who brought great pleasure to all who entered his circle. Max excelled in academics and was due to attend University of Colorado at Boulder, Leeds School of Business, in Fall 2021.
Max lettered in lacrosse, wrestling, and football including First Team Academic All State and Second Team All-Conference in Lacrosse. He was a great friend, teammate and classmate and advocated for those in need. Max was an avid card player when visiting family. He thrived in outdoor activities like skiing, camping, wake surfing and wakeboarding. Max was very social and quickly welcomed others into his large friend group.
Max was proceeded in death by his Grandmother Marcy Hanson, Grandparents Edward & Marguerite Osterman, Great Grandparents Joe & Harriet Matic.
Max is survived by his loving mother & father Kimberly and David Osterman, his younger brother Cole Osterman, Uncles/Aunts John (Tracey) Kartsone, Thomas (Angel) Osterman, Cousins Katrina (Christian), Kaden, Preston, Amber.
Our peace today is in knowing our beautiful boy Max is free and we will be together again.
The service will start promptly at 10:30 a.m. MST on Saturday, February 13, 2021. For those unable to attend, The Live Streaming Link for Max's service can be found here: https://www.flatironschurch.com/memorial/
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Max's GoFundMe to assist his family with Memorial costs. Any additional donations will be turned into a Scholarship in Max's honor: https://www.gofundme.com/f/max-osterman-memorial-fund?qid=c9345ca10ee17f09544f424fedcb25dc
**In Memoriam cares about the safety of the families we serve. Please come wearing a mask, adhere to social distance guidelines, and please stay home if you have any fever, cold, or flu-like symptoms. The churches are following the federal recommendations for churches. This means the facilities are set up with hand sanitizer stations, covid awareness signs, social distance and distanced place for people to sit safely. Our prayer is that grieving parents and their children can gather together safely to support Max's family and each other.