Gordon & Judith Bauer

Gordon & Judith Bauer

Saturday, February 29th, 2020
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Gordon and Judith Bauer.

Judith “Judy” Ann Bauer (Seeley), 81, formerly of Three Oaks, passed away Saturday, February 29, 2020 after a vigorous battle with cancer. She was born on December 8, 1938 to the late Helen Marie Seeley (Vollman) and Earl Patrick Seeley.

Judy was lovingly married to her late husband, Gordon Paul Bauer for 35 years. She is survived by her two sons Michael (Celia) Bauer, James (Jennifer) Bauer and her four grandchildren, Sara (Eric) Bartel, Alexandra Bauer, Alyssa Bauer and Reid Bauer.

For the past 21 years Judy lived in Sarasota, Florida where she played an active role as a former president and board member of her condo association. She was an avid golfer who won seven 9 hole golf championship titles and enjoyed her weekly golf and dinner dates with “the gals”. Judy was also involved with causes that support cancer research such as “In the Pink.” Prior to moving to Sarasota, Judy lived in Bath, Ohio for 18 years raising her two sons and woodworking, quilting and crafting. She was a perfectionist and took great pride in her work which was often showcased at local craft festivals such as the famous Ohio Mart at Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens.

A reuniting ceremony for Judy and Gordon will take place Saturday, July 25, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in her hometown of Three Oaks, Michigan next to her mother and father in Forest Lawn Cemetery, with Military Honors being accorded to Gordon for his service.

The family prefers contributions in honor of Judy be made to either or both of the following non-profit organizations: In the Pink, 1727 Fruitville Road, Sarasota, Florida 34236, and/or, Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation, 5989 Silver Falls Road, Suite 210, Lakewood Ranch, Florida 34236.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Pobocik Chapel Wagner Family Funerals, Three Oaks. Please share a memory or a message online:
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Private Condolence

Maria Christine Follese

Posted at 07:57pm
My family and I were deeply saddened when we heard of Judy's passing.
We first met Judy at Jamie and Jennifer Bauer's Christmas party several years ago and really enjoyed her company.
From then on when my dear friend Jennifer informed me she was in town to spend Christmas with the family, I always looked forward to chat with Judy when I stopped by to say hello. Jennifer, Judy, and I would share stories from the past to the present. Some funny, some more on the serious side, while Judy and Jennifer made beautiful pastries and appetizers for their upcoming Christmas party.
Judy was such a kind, warm, loving, woman with a great sense of humor, who could relate to any generation and was very devoted to her family.
Jamie, Jennifer, Alyssa, and Reid were always so excited for her arrival when she visited them in Green Bay, or when they made a trip to Sarasota to spend time with her.
I will always be thankful I had the opportunity to get to know Judy better and to call her my friend. I will always cherish her memory.

With Love,

Dan, Maria, and Olivia Follese

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