Retired Lt. Gen. Max Noah, 86, Army engineer, died

Retired Lt. Gen. Max Noah, 86, Army engineer, died

Friday, August 3, 2018

Lt. Gen. Max W. Noah, who retired from as the Army on June 30, 1988, after 35 years of service, died June 15 at the age of 86 at Fort Belvoir, Va.

Lt. Gen. Max W. Noah

He served from July 1984 to his retirement as comptroller of the Army.

An Association of the Army life member, Noah, when retired, served for many years as the chairman of the AUSA Finance Committee.

A West Point graduate, class of 1953, Noah would distinguish himself in peace and war, in all levels of command, as a combat and civil engineer while serving in the United States, Korea, Vietnam and Panama.

As commandant and commanding general of the U.S. Army Engineer School, he had a major impact on the Corps of Engineers’ soldiers, noncommissioned officers and officers and their education and leader development in their civil and military missions while serving in the Total Army – active, National Guard and Army Reserve.