OBITUARY

Dorothy Irene Baumann

October 29, 1940January 1, 2021
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Dorothy Irene Baumann, age 80, passed away January 1, 2021 in Huntsburg Twp. Born October 29, 1940 in Cleveland, she had been a resident of both Florida and Ohio. Dorothy was a homemaker and an exceptionally skilled wood carver. She attending the Yankee Peddler Festival in Canal Fulton every year, and achieved 1st Place and Honorable Mention for two of her pieces at the Wood Carving World Competition in Maryland. Dorothy enjoyed growing a tropical garden around her home in Florida as well as other landscaping, and loved attending flea markets and eating out with her late husband Paul. She always knew thought that her tremendous Christian faith was a very significant part of her life. Dorothy is survived by her sons Paul L. (Damaris) and Jeff (Lisa); grandchildren Sarah and Nicholas Baumann; sister-in-law Myrna Olszens; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband Paul R.; brothers Henry and Willie Olszens; and sister Rosemary (Leonard) Kluk.

  • FAMILY

  • Henry Olszens, Father (deceased)
  • Hildegrade (nee Hohs) Olszens, Mother (deceased)
  • Paul R. Baumann, Husband (deceased)
  • Paul L. (Damaris) Baumann, Son
  • Jeff (Lisa) Baumann, Son
  • Sarah Baumann, Granddaughter
  • Nicholas Baumann, Grandson
  • Myrna Olszens, Sister-in-law
  • Rosemary (Leonard) Kluk, Sister (deceased)
  • Henry Olszens, Brother (deceased)
  • Williw Olszens, Brother (deceased)
  • Many nieces and nephews.

Services

  • Livestreamed Funeral Service

    Friday, January 15, 2021

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  • Visitation

    Friday, January 15, 2021

Memories

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Paul Baumann

January 15, 2021


Dotty had an immense love for life and her husband Paul. She was always doing something creative or adventurous, with Paul at her side. Dotty was successful with everything that she attempted and had a wonderful disposition. Dotty didn't just bring life and beauty, she was life and beauty. Dotty was my mother. Dotty had been my best friend.

Juanita Baumann

January 12, 2021

My deepest sympathy to my nephews Paul and Jeff Baumann and their families and Klug family. I pray the Holy Spirit grant you peace and comfort now during your time of sorrow and always. The pandemic of 2020 has caused much loneliness, challenges, and heartaches, and victims, it sadly claimed Dottie's life. Dottie was my beautiful sister-in-law for over 50 years! God blessed her with every artistic ability I have ever seen . Her homes always looked like an interior decorator did them. She worked at making the landscaping of her homes look like a resort☺. She won awards for her wood carvings, and paintings of which I have a beautiful one she did for me,. But the most beautiful gift Dottie will be remembered for is her sweet spirit and love for family and friends but most of all her LOVE for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. One she shared with many, and I am sure are on the right path to heaven now because she shared the gospel with them , and that was her goal!❤ I know she was greeted with those words " well done, good and faithful servant" heaven is now her home now and forever☺❤

Max Kozlowski

January 12, 2021

Always will remember the good times we had with them in Florida going out to eat and going to flea markets, showing us the sights around Pine Island. Max & Linda

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