OBITUARY

Agnes Margaret Bach

April 25, 1924December 5, 2018

Agnes M. Bach, 94, died December 05, 2018 in Lacey, Washington. She was a resident of Lacey, Washington since May 2000 having moved from Clearwater Florida where she had lived for 28 years. While in Clearwater, she was a Red Cross volunteer, blood donor and had done private duty nursing. She was born on April 25, 1924 in LaGrange Township in Ohio (Lorain Co.) to Daniel and Rose (Bihn) Herman. She is a veteran US Navy Waves WWII Hospital Corp. She married John K Bach on October 6, 1945 at Ft. Hood, Texas. In September 1962, she graduated from St. Joseph School of Practical Nursing in Lorian, Ohio. She moved to Clearwater in 1971 and retired from nursing in 1999. She enjoyed traveling, reading, crocheting, genealogy, photography and good health. She is survived by: 2 daughters Patricia Bailey (Arthur) Lacey, Washington and Mary Loukota, Clearwater, Florida and 2 sons, Kenneth Bach (Cynthia of Lakewood, Ohio and Michael Bach (Cindy) of Norwalk, Ohio. She is also survived by 2 sisters, Helen Chappell of Oberlin, Ohio and Eileen Streibel (Charles) of Waco, Texas and 10 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, 7 step grandchildren and 4 step great grandchildren. Also there are numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband (02-02-1990), 4 sisters, Cecila Bruce, Anna Abbey, Irene Lenhart and Dorothy Bruce and 1 brother, Ralph Herman.

She was a member of Sacred heart Catholic Church in Lacey, Washington and was a member of the Secular Franciscan Order since 1960. A Mass with viewing will be a Sacred Heart Church in Lacey. with final internment at St. Mary's Cemetery in Elyria.

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