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Arnold Bauer

June 18, 1935 September 19, 2010
Arnold Bauer
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Obituary for Arnold Bauer

Arnold Christian Bauer; 75, of Palm Harbor, Florida, and formerly of Glenshaw, Pa., died unexpectedly at 6:30 P.M. Sunday, September 19, 2010, in the Mease Countryside Hospital, Safety Harbor, Fla.He was born June 18, 1935 in Pittsburgh, a son of the late Joseph J. and Imelda Leon Bauer.Mr. Bauer was a member of the St. Bonaventure Catholic Church and attended the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Florida.Mr. Bauer was a 1953 graduate of Central Catholic High School and had been a resident of Glenshaw for forty two years prior to moving to Florida in 2001.He was a peacetime veteran of the U.S. Army where he served as a sergeant with Hq Hq Co. of the 188th Airborne Infantry, and was the supply sergeant for the 11th AB Infantry Regiment while serving in Germany from 1956 to 1957Mr. Bauer enjoyed his life and liked spending time with his family, traveling, going on cruises, collecting and selling records, the Pittsburgh Steelers and attending three Super Bowls.He was self employed for many years and recently worked for his sons at CMS in Tampa, FL.On October 7, 1954, he married Shirley M. Tedrow, who survives.Also surviving are three sons: Edward Joseph Bauer and Timothy John, husband of Stacey Bauer, both of Palm Harbor, FL., and Arnold Christopher, husband of Lori Bauer of Allison Park, Pa.; and one daughter Sandra, wife of Steven O. Franklin, of Palm Harbor, FL.; one brother, Harold J., husband of Eileen Bauer of Glenshaw, Pa.; ten grandchildren; Jason, Joshua, and Jessica Bauer of Allison Park; Travis, and Jennifer Franklin, Colin, Cydnie, and Andre Bauer all of Palm Harbor; Codi Bauer and Cynthia Davis of Pinellas Park, FL.; six great-grandchildren; 21 nieces and nephews.Deceased in addition to his parents, is a son Ronald C. Bauer and a daughter-in-law Michele Bevelocqua Bauer.Graveside military rites will be accorded by representatives of the U.S. Army, American Legion Post 330, V.F.W. Post 4793 and the D.A.V. Post 123 all of Waynesburg. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the charity of your choice.

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