Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes

205 East Middle Street, Williamston, MI


Carl Monroe Baughan

February 3, 1945January 24, 2020

Carl Monroe Baughan, age 74, peacefully passed away on January 24, 2020 in Lansing, Michigan.

Carl was born on February 3, 1945 in Locke Township to Curtis and Nina Baughan. He graduated from Webberville High School in 1965, was an active member on the family farm, and worked for General Motors, retiring in 2008. Carl honorably served his country in the United States Army during the Vietnam War; inducted into service May of 1967 and returned home in December of 1968.

He was married to his beloved wife, Kathleen Baughan, of 29 years. Carl is preceded by his parents and is survived by his wife, brother William (Shirley) Baughan, sisters Linda (Ralph Jr.) Chamberlain, Bethany (James) Partridge, Rosalie (Dorwin) Marshall, and Jean (Thomas) Coe, son Curt (Stephanie) Baughan, and grandchildren Corree (Chelsea) Baughan and Bailey (Ryan) Oberg.

Visitation will be from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday, February 1, 2020 at the Gorsline Runciman Funeral Home of Williamston with service and burial to follow at Rowley Cemetery.

The family of Carl Monroe Baughan would like to extend a thank you to Sparrow Hospice House of Mid-Michigan for allowing peace for Carl and his family.


  • Corree Baughan
  • Ralph Chamberlain
  • Floyd Chamberlain
  • Curtis Coe
  • Jeremy Coe
  • Travis Marshall
  • Kyle Marshall


  • Visitation Saturday, February 1, 2020
  • Graveside Service Saturday, February 1, 2020


Carl Monroe Baughan

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Steve Martin

February 13, 2020

Curt and Stephanie,
Deepest sympathy and condolences on the loss of your father and father-in-law.

Jack Baughan

January 29, 2020

Will never forget the great times I had on the farm in the summer. Especially when I lost my hat in the big pit out in the field. Ha,ha,ha.

Alan Durkee

January 28, 2020

Bill, Linda, Bethany, Rosalie, and Jean,
Our condolences on Carl's death. He is a part of our Rowley School/Neighborhood memories.
Alan & Karen Durkee