|Birth: ||Dec. 11, 1922, USA|
|Death: ||Feb. 11, 2007, USA|
Lawrence (Larry) Garland Bauch was born On December 11,1922 at the Family home on Brooklyn Ave in Fort Wayne,Indiana.He was the son of Garland Ridgeway Bauch and Myrtle (Roebel) Bauch.
He had three sisters,Ethel,Evelyn,Viola, and five brothers,Delford Morris,Clifton,Robert,Clarence,Herbert.
He attended Anthony Wayne Grammar School and the South Side
High School. He was a Golden Gloves Boxer.
He Joined the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps)
and built canals and fought forest fires near Redmond,Oregon.He served in the United States Army in World War 2 and was at the D.Day invasiion of France and the Battle of the Bulge.He was awarded 4 Bronze Stars.
FDR was his favorite President.
After the war He returned to Fort Wayne and work at the Horton Manufactuing Company where he got reaqainted with Daisy Sizemore and they were married on February 1,1946.They celebrated their 61st aniversary on February 1,2007.
Lawrence and Daisy had six children,four daughters Alice,Myrtle 2nd,Lana and Roberta and two sons Larry G.,and David W.
He is also survived by grandchildren Rebecca L.Landis Batdorf and Timothy J.Baker and Mathew L. Baker and Terry David and Emiley Bauch.He is also survived by a niece Betty and two nephews Mike and Billy.
He is survived By two great grand children Julia.and Trevor.
He loved BIG BAND MUSIC
He was a fan of Horses and Horse Racing and for many years Daisy and He attended several Kentucky Derbys and always watched on T.V. If They couldnt attend in person.
He was a NFL Football fan since the begining and he was able to see the Indianapolis Colts win the Superbowl on 2-4-07 the Sunday before he left this world.
He had retired from Dana Corporation in 1985 with 28 years of service.He was a member of St.John Lutheran Church 729 W.Washington Blvd.
He was also a member American Legion Lincoln Post 82.
and a member of the Dana Sympathy Club and Local 903.Lawrence and Daisy were both longtime Bus riders of the local bus company and had enjoyed a good Raport with many of the bus Drivers who provided them with many years of excellent service. Larry and Daisy enjoyed taking many daily walks together.Many members of their Church St.John recall them walking to church on Sundays.
84,died Sunday February 11,2007 at home.Born in Fort Wayne,He retired from Dana Corporation in 1985 with 28 years of Service.He served in the CCC Camp and was a U.S. Army World War 2 Veteran and member of St.John Evangelcal Lutheran Church.He was also amember of American Legion Post 82,and a life member of the Automakers Union Local 903.
Survivors include his wife Daisy F. Sizemore Bauch of Fort Wayne.daughters,Roberta L.Hitzeman,Alice F.Landis,Lana J.Bauch and Myrtle B.Bauch all of Fort Wayne and a son David W.Bauch of Fort Wayne,and five grandchildren.
Service is 1p.m. Thursday at St.John Evangelical Lutheran
Church,729 W.Washington Blvd. with calling one hour prior.
Pastor Frederick W. Meuter officiating.Calling also from 2to5 and 7 to 9 Wednesday at D.O.McComb and sons Lakeside Park Funeral Home 1140 Lake Ave.Entombment at Covington Memorial Gardens.American Legion Post 82 to provide Military Graveside Honors.Memorials to St.John Evangelical Lutheran Church.
His first child and oldest daughter Alice Faye Bauch Landis ,died on August 4,2010.
His daughter in law Lori Bourne Bauch (The wife of son David), died on March 2,2014.
Garland Ridgway Bauch (1882 - 1940)
Myrtle B. Roebel-Bauch-Wendellen- Hall (1882 - 1959)
Daisy Faye Sizemore Bauch (1920 - 2008)
Alice Faye Landis (1946 - 2010)*
Larry Garland Bauch (1953 - 1957)*
Viola Bauch Klikoff*
Ethel Bauch (____ - 1903)*
Clifton Baugh (1904 - 1968)**
Delford Morris Bauch (1909 - 1909)*
Robert Woodrow Bauch (1913 - 1988)*
Clarence Kenneth Bauch (1916 - 1957)*
Herbert W. Bauch (1919 - 1982)*
Lawrence Garland Bauch (1922 - 2007)
Covington Memorial Gardens
Plot: Eternal Love Mauseleum bldg.14 section D 30
Created by: Bauch
Record added: Oct 28, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22516413