Stephen-Baumrind-Obituary

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Stephen Jay Baumrind

Charleston, South Carolina

Aug 26, 1937 – Feb 8, 2021 (Age 83)

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BORN
August 26, 1937
DIED
February 8, 2021
AGE
83
LOCATION
Charleston, South Carolina
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Captain Stephen Jay Baumrind, USCGR-RET, 78, retired vice president of Radio Laboratories died Monday, February 8, 2021. His private Graveside Service will be Thursday, February 11, 2021 in Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Cemetery, Huguenin Avenue. The service will be available for viewing via live...

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Steve was very welcoming when we joined the College of Charleston volleyball family! He was so enthused about the team and we saw him at every game. It was so nice to see him every time we came down!

Steve always conducted himself as a gentleman and I greatly respected and liked him. I will miss his smiles and friendship.

Sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I enjoyed the many times we spent with Greater Charleston Ski Club. He was one of the better skiers in the club. He also was an officer in the ski club when I first joined. He had a wonderful personality. Jean Holst A friend

Rest in peace Steve. You lived a life full of smiles and generosity. In doing so, you've left this world a better place. May your memory be a blessing to all who knew you.

Steve was my neighbor for 10 years and during that time he joined us for many informal meals, football games on tv and friendly visits. We carpooled to higher parking grounds during hurricanes and shared holiday meals and our family with Steve. He was a wonderful man and when we moved last fall I saw a great sadness in his eyes as my husband Jay and I had often helped him out with doctor appointments, grocery shopping and just being there for him on a daily bases -our hearts are broken to...

Sending love to all the family as we remember this sweet and gentle man, who always had a smile and a memory to share. Let's hope the knowledgebase of our family line he shared continues within all of us. Steve, you'll be missed.

Steve was a kind and caring cousin. Even though we lived far apart, we always kept in touch regularly. He often spoke of his wonderful friends in Charleston. I will miss him very much.

This kind, sweet and wonderful person will be missed by all who knew him!

I have known Steve all my adult life and will miss watching volleyball matches with you....a sport you so loved and supported as well as anyone who played the game. I will miss you.