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February 14, 2007
Condolences to the family of Hank Bauer. I became a baseball and Yankee fan in the early 50's when Hank was playinig and even back then was aware of his service as a Marine. Having just seen the Clint Eastwood films about Iwo Jima, I am even more appreciative of what Hank and other Marines went through for our country. What a great baseball player and citizen. Thank you Hank.
February 14, 2007
REAST IN PEACE, HANK
February 13, 2007
I WAS SUCH A YANKEE FAN IN THE FIFTIES! I GOT TO WATCH A YANKEE-SAVANNAH INDIANS GAME (EXIBITION) AS A TEENAGER AND SAW YOU HIT A HOME RUN IN GRAYSON STADIUM. SAY HELLO TO MICKEY AND THE OTHERS FOR ME. I WILL NEVER FORGET THE YANKEE TEAM THAT YOU WERE A PART OF.
February 13, 2007
To The Bauer Family: I visited your Dad a few times at his home in Kansas as well as talking with him at a couple shows in the Baltimore area. I told him I was his favorite Pastor in Baltimore. He was one of my favorite people and I prayed faithfully for him. Please know you all are being prayed for by many in your time of loss. I'm at your service if you ever need me. God Bless, from a friend and fan--Joe
February 13, 2007
February 13, 2007
February 13, 2007
Kelly and Family;

So much has been said about Hank. They are all great stories.

Over the years my family has been deeply touched by you Kelly and your family, in ways never spoken. Im happy to say that Kelly is a true friend.

Hank was not the ideal "leave it to beaver" family man. He was not the 9 to 5, suit and tie kind of person. He was special. It's really rough to leave your family for the love of baseball. Then walk back into the family setting, share it again with his wife and children. The demands on professional athletes are more then most men can handle. But he did. His family was always number one. Even if Hank thought soccer was a funny sport.

The values that the Bauer children carry today are a true reflection of their parents.

I have so many fond memories. Helping Kelly home from (more then) a few soccer events or from just hangin with the guys. Hank "pops" was there to help him in. So many quick comments from Hank. And all the time Kelly was so funny that Hank would start laughing. Hank was a very supportive husband, father and a very proud grandfather. He told you what he thought and you knew where he stood. He let you fail, then would lend a hand to dust you off.

My boys to this day think of Kelly as one the best persons in the world. The Bauer values have been carried on. The torch safely passed.

Kelly's parents would warmly welcome me and my family every time we where together.

To you Hank, thanks for creating some of my best memories.

Kelly, Michelle, yours and the entire Bauer family; God speed to you all.

Much Love
Richard, Dylan, Tanner and Keenan Briggs
February 13, 2007
A TRUE AMERICAN HERO:SGT.IN THE MARINES DURING DURING WORLD WAR II,2 BRONZE STARS AND 2 PURPLE HEARTS.LIKE TED WILLIAMS,HANK GAVE 4 YEARS OF HIS LIFE SERVING HIS COUNTRY.SEMPER FI AND GOD BLESS HANK.
February 13, 2007
We are saddened by your loss.
February 13, 2007
I recently met Hank at the Heroes in Pinstripes baseball fantasy camp he ran with Moose Skowron in Fort Lauderdale. Everyone loved this man for his kind spirit and great sence of humour. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. My sympathies go out to his wife and family and all his colleagues and friends at the camp.

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