Angeline Bernadette Bauman, (nee Fisher), age 92, a longtime resident of Saddle Oak Club in Ocala Florida, died, Friday, November 23rd. She was welcomed into heaven by her loving husband of over 45 years, Louis E. Bauman, and her grandson, Michael Edward Orbany.
Born in Flint, Michigan and preceded in death by her parents, Elizabeth and Joseph Fisher; brothers, Edward and Bernard and sisters, Mary Pintek and Virginia Earl. Survived by her daughters, Rene’ (Rick Zona) and Georgianne (Steven Orbany) and grandson, Matthew Orbany. Angie will be greatly missed by her extended family, including her sister in law, Edna Kelley, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Angie began her career as an administrative assistant with AC Delco Sparkplug Division/General Motors. Soon after she married Lou, they began their life together as a dedicated Buick Motor Division family. This journey took them from Flint, Michigan to Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Grand Blanc, Michigan and finally to Cleveland, Ohio. Their retirement brought them to Ocala, Florida, where they lived and traveled around the world, which included a private audience with Pope Paul VI. They welcomed many family and friends to their homes over the years.
Angie enjoyed memberships in church guilds, wives of VFW, playing golf, and gardening. Her creativity and talents were truly reflected in the one of a kind, arts and crafts projects she created for all seasons. Her family and friends near and far, loved receiving her homemade Christmas cards each and every year. In addition, Angie was a competitive league bowler throughout her entire life. Her claim to fame was bowling a perfect game at age 90 and continued to throw a 10 pound bowling bowl up until 2 months prior to her passing.
Angie’s kindness and heartfelt smile were a reflection of her enduring devotion to the Catholic faith.
Visitation is scheduled for Thursday, November 29th, from 10:00-11:00 a.m. at Robert’s Funeral Home West, 6241 SW State Rd. 200, Ocala, FL, 34476. The Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 12:00 p.m. at Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 6455 SW State Rd 200, Ocala, FL. An interment will follow Mass at Good Shepherd Memorial Gardens.