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George A. Baum

Born: 
Wednesday, November 13, 1935
Died: 
Saturday, October 20, 2018
Birthplace: 
Whitesboro, TX
Service Information: 
A memorial service will be held on Friday, October 26th, at 2:30 p.m. at Bellingham Covenant Church. 

George grew up in Whitesboro, Texas. George and his wife Ginny moved to Washington state in 1986. George worked most of his life in the aircraft industry, as a machinist, and a tooling inspector.

George is survived by his wife of 42 years, Virginia (Ginny) Cederholm Baum, daughters, Darla Baker and Dana Scott, and grandchildren Jessica, Mason, Matthew, Valerie, Henry, and Dorothy, and two great grandchildren, Ethan and Sophia.

George loved nature, watching birds, trees, gardening and singing and listening to music.  Most of all George loves Jesus.

Thank you to Whatcom Hospice for their kind and supportive care during this long struggle with dementia.

 

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Submitted by Susan Keefer on

I will always remember Uncle George weeding the flower box in the front yard of our home in Marysville whenever he and Ginny came to visit.  One time, I tried to help him and he stopped me by saying, "Don't pick that!  That's rhubarb and it takes a while to grow."  The following summer my rhubarb started producing stalks.  I also remember many, many Sunday suppers with Ginny and George.  We would be so full that George and I would take a walk after dinner.  To this day, whenever I am in a garden or taking a walk, I think of George.  He was, perhaps, my favorite walking partner.  From this day forward, I will always picture George weeding and mapping out the best walking paths in heaven. 

Submitted by L Chandler on

Dear Virginia and family,

I am so sorry for your loss. George sounds like such a loving, hard working man who enjoyed all of God's creations. Losing someone we love can bring feelings that overwhelm us and take away our comfort. Since George loved Jesus, I would like to share with you a scripture that brings me comfort that you can look at in your own Bible at a convenient time that works for you. It's in 2 Corinthians 1:3,4. For more information on our dead loved ones and additional comfort for those mourning our loved ones, please visit www.jw.org.

Sincerely,

L Chandler

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