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Clark Mindred Bauman
© Grace Memorial Chapel
Submitted by: Janet Laubhan Flickinger

© Grace Memorial Chapel

Clark Mindred Bauman 90, of Conroe Texas passed away May 15, 2015.

Clark was born February 26, 1925 in Sentinel Oklahoma to Richard and Ruth Bauman.

Clark is preceded in death by his parents Richard and Ruth Bauman, brother: Charles Bauman; sister: Juanita Faye Hyde; and sister-in-law: Jody Bauman.

Clark was a Master Machinist and retired from Westinghouse Apparatus and Repair after 23 years.

He is survived by his loving wife Louise Bauman of 61 years; son: Richard Bauman of Stockton California; daughter: Renee Ralston of San Ramon, California; brother: Frank Bauman of Beloit, Kansas; sister-in-law: Maxine Bauman of San Antonio, Texas.

Funeral services will be held 2:30 p.m. Thursday May 21, 2015 at Grace Memorial Chapel, 2016 N. 14th St., Ponca City Oklahoma. Interment will follow in Resthaven Memorial Park Cemetery.

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