Warren C. Baumgart

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Warren C.
Baumgart

Baumgart, Warren C.,
Born to Eternal Life on Friday, December 19th, 2014 age 93. Beloved husband of Ruth (nee Fenner) of 66 years. Dear father of Greg (Debbie), Keith (Bev), the late Jean Schild, and Jim (Karen) Baumgart. Loving grandfather of Jennifer Baumgart, Rebecca (Peter) Stevens, Emily Baumgart, Liesl Schild, Kelly (Dave) Rivera, and Leah Baumgart. Great-grandfather of Will Haven. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will take place on Friday, December 26th at ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH, 7821 W. Lincoln Ave., from 9AM until the time of service at 11AM. Interment to follow at Good Hope Cemetery.
Warren was proud to have served in the Army Air Force during WWII and Korea, and to have worked at Kearney & Trecker for over 30 years.
The family wishes to thank the loving staff of Luther Manor for their care. If so desired, memorials to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church or to Martin Luther High School appreciated.

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Past Comments

Judie j. Sommer

I have hundreds of wonderful memories of Warren, as a friend and mentor for what is a
good person, that always things of others first. He was so interesting and I remember
the wonderful times at the Baumgart picnics and specially as a child being taken to the
airport and to sit in the plane he was flying at the time.
When Warren and Ruth came down to Branson, Mo. to visit us it was so special , it was
the most fun my husband and I ever had showing guest around the wonderful city of
Branson and we laughed and laughed . They even named our dog sissy dog after one
of the acts they seen with us In Branson. We went up to the Tower at midnight and saw
all the wonderful Christmas lights from high above the ground and over the Ozark
mountains. Warren will be missed by all that knew him, and if you meet him you had
a new friend. I also admired both Warren and Ruth’s hard work to help with the fund
raisers for the Martin Lutheran High School, it meant a lot to them and I will forward
a check in his honor to the family to give to the school in his name. Prayers are being said for the family from all of ours.

Roger, Judie Sommer

Glenn & Peggy Matthees

Warren was such a great guy, like a second father when we moved to Milwaukee. Great fishing trips and memories.

jennifer baumgart

I was blessed to have had the most wonderful grandfather in the world he will be dearly missed he help raise me growing up I remember him making a craddle that I used for my dolls I really miss him

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