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 Laurel Patrice “Sam” <I>Smith</I> Bauman

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Laurel Patrice “Sam” Smith Bauman

Birth
Glennallen, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska, USA
Death 23 Jul 2013 (aged 55)
Atlanta, Montmorency County, Michigan, USA
Burial North Branch, Lapeer County, Michigan, USA
Memorial ID 205525465 View Source
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Ms. Laurel Patrice Bauman, 55, of Atlanta, MI passed away on July 23, 2013 at her residence. She was born on December 16, 1957 to Lyle and Joan (Lemaster) Smith in Glennallen, Alaska. She has lived in Atlanta since 2001 formerly of North Branch, MI.
She had a passion for horses, having ridden them and worked as a trainer for many years. She also drove truck for Robert Trucking for a few years as well. She enjoyed to crochet. She loved all animals and was always rescuing something.

Laurel is survived by her sons, Nathan (Suzanne) Diller of Mayville, Mi, And Blaine (Carissa) Diller of Capac, MI; daughters, Amanda (Jason Brady) Diller of North Branch, MI, and Karalee Diller of Henderson, KY; grandchildren, Alexcia, Stephon, Austin, Devon, and Jayden; mother Joan (George) Lemaster of Fostoria, MI; father, Lyle (Jackie) Smith of Port Angeles, WA; the father of her children, Erwin Diller of Atlanta, MI; Mother-in-law, Eleanor Diller of Atlanta, MI; brothers, Michael (Elizabeth) Lemaster of NB, Tim (Tracy) Lemaster of Chicago, IL, Jeff (Tracy) Lemaster of Saline, KS, Rick (Donna) Smith of Lapeer, and George Lemaster of Saline, KS; sisters, Lorrie (Doc) Willett of North Glen, CO, Merry (Gary) Yakes of NB, Gina Lemaster of Imlay City, Rhonda Lemaster of Florida, Heather Carter of Burton, and Melissa Lemaster of Fostoria, MI; and numerous nieces and nephews.
As were her wishes cremation has taken place and a memorial service was held for Ms. Bauman at the Blackburn Chapel of Martin Funeral Home on July 27, 2013. Her remains were placed in West Deerfield Cemetery North Branch, MI.

Gravesite Details

She currently has no head stone. She was buried in the south part of the cemetery. She is near the far east side in the middle.

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