William Freer Baugh

6 entries
  • "I am so sorry for your loss. Please find peace and comfort..."
    - A. Moye
  • "BONNIE,IAM so sorry to hear of Bill's passing, you are in..."
    - dot dugan
  • "Bonnie, you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers...."
    - Judy Howell
  • "Bonnie: You and Bill have always been wonderful neighbors...."
    - Tom and Martha Portney
  • "Thinking of you Bonnie, and family. Know that we are here..."
    - David & Lynn Allmond
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Mr. William Freer Baugh Retired Engineer
NORTH AUGUSTA, SC - Mr. William Freer Baugh, 82, husband of 61 years to his loving wife, Bonnie Jerue Baugh, entered into rest on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at his residence.
His memorial service will be held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at Grace United Methodist Church with Rev. James D. Dennis and Dr. John Newell officiating.
Mr. Baugh was a member of Grace United Methodist Church and the Cokesbury Sunday School Class. He was also a member of the Miata Club of Augusta, Koala Knock-A-Bouts and a science fair judge for many years. In 2002, he won the 1st Humanitarian Award from Doctors Hospital.
Additional survivors include three daughters, Linda Magnuson and her husband Dan of Milwaukee, WI, Debra Baugh of Washington, DC, and Barbara Fiebiger and her husband Mark of Augusta, GA; one brother, Edward Baugh and his wife Carol of Ft. Myers, FL; one brother-in-law, Richard Jerue and his wife Carol of Grawn, MI; seven grandchildren, Michael William Frey (Jill), Theresa Alexander (Josh), Sheryl Kay, Nathan William Vick (Mackenzie), Lee Vick, Jonathan Vick (Michelle), and Eric Fiebiger (Jennifer); 9 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Friday, February 28, 2014 from 6 to 8 PM.
Memorials may be made to Grace United Methodist Church Building Fund, 639 Georgia Avenue, North Augusta, SC 29841.

Please visit the online register at www.rowlandfuneralhome.com
Rowland Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on Feb. 27, 2014