|Birth: ||Oct. 28, 1935|
|Death: ||Mar. 7, 2008|
better known as Roger Baumgartner (and got aggravated if you called him Henry) died at his home. Roger was the son of Walter and Dorothy (Plapp) Baumgartner.
He is survived by two sisters, a daughter, a son, a step-son and three granddaughters. He was preceded in death by his parents, three sisters, a good friend Deborah Kucharski.
Roger retired from farming in Illinois and moved to rural Keytesville in 1998. It was there he started a small rental property business that he maintained until his death. Roger was a quiet person. His lack of hearing made it hard for him to socialize, most everyone that knew him liked him, but didn't know much about him. He collected antique tractors and published and edited an antique tractor magazine "The Prairie Gold Rush" for ten years. Roger had many friends from all over the United States with the same passion of antique tractors.
He was a Free Mason.
Adapted from obit by Summerville Funeral Home
Asbury Methodist Cemetery
Created by: Mark Maxwell
Record added: Jun 21, 2008
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