Reginald Farnz Baugh

June 12, 1956January 21, 2021

Reginald Farnz Baugh was born on June 12, 1956 and passed away on January 21, 2021 and is under the care of Muehlig Funeral Chapel.

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Reginald Farnz Baugh

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February 12, 2021

My profound heartfelt condolences to the family of Reggie Baugh.
Reg was my mentor and a big brother to me when I was a medical student at the University of Michigan in the 1980’s. There were few Residents of Color in those days and he never shied from filling the role of mentor. Without his guidance I would have NEVER achieved the success I have been blessed with as an Otolaryngologist. His quiet confidence was always inspiring. It was always a pleasure to seem him through the years. Reggie never stopped advancing, learning or giving back.
Rest well brother. You will never be forgotten.

Carol Rominski

February 4, 2021

Condolences to Dr Baugh’s family. I had the honor of working with him on a committee at UTMC. He was a wonderful kind man dedicated to improving the lives of patients. We learned a great deal from him and my life has been positively impacted from knowing him. Rest In Peace Dr Baugh.

Carol Rominski RRT-ACCS

Ted Ratchford

February 3, 2021

I will miss you cousin

Nicole Hendricks

February 1, 2021

May GOD Bless and keep the family of
Dr. Reginald Baugh. I had the honor of being welcomed into Dr. Baugh’s family as one of his caregivers, in the later stages of his illness.
The whole family treated me well.
Dr. Baugh was so kind and encouraging even in his illness. His wife treated me as her own and his sons were the kindest people I’ve ever met. Because I spent a lot of time in their home, I met many of their family members, and they made me feel like I was one of their own.

They taught me so many things and I loved being in their presence. I was proud to know them and I still am. This is a wonderful family and Dr. Reggie Baugh is STILL a wonderful son, brother, husband, father, uncle, Dr. , leader, colleague , mentor friend and many more because his legacy and the lives he touched will live on forever.


Amelia Drake

January 31, 2021

What wonderful memories I have of Reggie during our residency and afterwards.
He will be missed by many.
His impact was profound.

Mark Frilling

January 26, 2021

I first met with Dr. Baugh as an early, naive medical student interested in otolaryngology at Toledo. His passion towards the field was contagious and is one of the reasons I decided to pursue a career in otolaryngology. Despite his physical ailments, he went out of his way to mentor myself and many other Toledo medical students on our way to matching into otolaryngology residency, something I will be forever grateful for. I wish him much deserved peace in heaven and send my deepest condolences to his family and friends lucky enough to know this kind hearted man.

Mark Frilling, MD

Jeffrey Hammersley MD

January 24, 2021

Reggie, you are a wonderful example of a father, physician, teacher and mentor. Having known you, consulted with you and watched you affect the lives of so many of our students has been an honor. I’m glad you had the opportunity to relish the growth and early career of your physician son. When any teaching physician needs an example of outstanding guidance I always look back on lessons I learned from you. God speed friend.

James Fortson

January 23, 2021

Reggie’s fearless trip is done but his legacy will not be little noted but long remember!
His contributions to family, friends, and medicine will exist for eternity!RIP Dear Brother!!

Duane Taylor MD

January 23, 2021

To the family of Reggie, My sincere condolences and sympathy go out to you . He was truly a blessing to many in our specialty of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and to his patients. I first met him at an NMA meeting at a resident . Since then I have admired and been inspired by his advice, contributions to our specialty and to our society. Most recently I coauthored a paper with him, just a small part of the many contributions that he has made over the years . God blessed us all with his presence and life's work and he has now been received by his heavenly home. Reggie you DID make a difference .
God Bless and Rest in Heaven ,
Duane J. Taylor MD ,Immediate Past Pres. of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery,

Neal S Beckford

January 23, 2021

A friend, colleague, and pure inspiration for over 35 years. A loss that leaves me speechless. A prayer answered for suffering to end. A world that is a better place for his presence. God bless and godspeed