LeRoy C. Baumann

August 9, 1944June 29, 2018

LeRoy C. Baumann age 73, Ret. C.P.D., Vet. U.S. Marine Corp. Beloved husband of Coletta Ret. C.P.D. (nee Coughlin) Loving father of Anthony Baumann C.P.D., Christopher (Kelly) Baumann, Jonathan Baumann and Angela(Kevin) Cole; loving grandfather of Crystal, Katelynn, Brooke, Breanna, Reece and Brynn; cherished great grandfather of Jaxson; dear brother of Walter (Betty) Baumann; loving son in law of Dolores Coughlin. LeRoy was Chief Rabban of Medinah Shrine, a member of the Medinah Motor Corps., Master Mason of Wayfarers Lodge #1001, Royal Order of Jesters, Mother Crab #1 Claw, Red Cross of Constantine, American Legion Post #973, Founding member of Blue Knights of Chicago (City Heat) and American Knights Motorcycle Club.

Memorial Visitation will be held Friday July 20, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. until time of Masonic Service at 12:00 NOON at the Medinah Shrine Center 550 N. Shriners Drive Addison, IL 60101. Interment will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers memorials made to the Shriners Hospitals for Children Chicago 2211 N. Oak Park Avenue, Chicago, IL 60707 would be greatly appreciated by the family.


  • Shriners Hospitals for Children



  • Memorial Visitation Friday, July 20, 2018
  • Masonic Service Friday, July 20, 2018


  • Interment Private

LeRoy C. Baumann

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Brandy Weyer

July 12, 2018

Hi Coletta it’s been awhile since we have seen each other . I’ve know you guys many many yrs . Since the Blue nights days @ Philthy Mc nasty / BlueLight on Belmont & Western ..... Fun times
So sorry to hear about your husband Leroy ... He was one of the sweetest guys & nice to read what a loving & busy man he was.
I did not know all of the wonderful things he was involved in . Bless you & your Family
😘 XO Brandy

Fr Thomas Nangle, CPD chaplain retired

July 4, 2018

Coletta and all, I’m so sorry to learn of your loss. What a big presence he was at every level of life. He leaves a trail of good deeds, love and laughter, exceptional police work , and memories you have forever. May he know God’s peace now.