Sincere condolences to the entire Baumbaugh family. Bim was one of a kind and will be remembered fondly.
I met Mr. B through his son, Cregg, a fraternity brother of mine. He was so very kind, generous, charming and inclusive. Everyone was a friend. A spent a few nights at the Marion home with him, Rida and the gang. He fit right in with us.
"A life well-lived" may be the proper epithet -- service to his family, hometown and neighbors. The world clearly is a better place for his time here on earth.
Rest in peace.
so sorry for your great loss. Bim and I were the last ones remaining of our original Wednesday night group. We always had such fun and I am sure that he, Gene, Vern and Jack are having a good reunion in heaven. So now I am the one in charge..questions? get in touch before too long..I'm 95.
We love you dear Bim and family -
Always . . .
Jeannette and Jim
Carol and I are sending our deepest, heartfelt condolences for the passing of our good friend, Marvin.
My friendship with Marvin began in 1936, when I was leaving his home on South Boots Street in Marion and was struck by a hit-and-run driver. Marvin was there to help rescue me. The wonderful memories of our times together, later in life, are greatly cherished.
Dr. Pierre J. and Carol Fisher
My deepest sympathy for your loss. What seems to be a long life is never long enough where our loved ones are concerned. Our Heavenly Father feels the same way. That is why He has promised to swallow up death forever and soon end all our suffering. (Rev. 21:3-5; Isa. 25:8) May His promises comfort you now and give you a real hope for the future.
What a spectacularly nice man Bim was; to his family & to all who knew him. He & Rida raised 3 fine sons and lived a good life, with dignity. Rest In Peace, Bim.
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