Kevin M. Bauman

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Obituary

Bauman, Kevin M. Kevin M. Bauman of Flower Mound, Texas passed away peacefully from colon cancer at the age of 47 on June 20, 2018 surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife Michelle (nee Kinderman); daughters Peyton and Katie; father Richard A. Bauman of Heber UT; brothers Mark (Beverly) Bauman of South Carolina, Dan (Gina) Bauman of St. Louis and sister Ellen (Greg) Stain of St. Louis. He is preceded in death by his mother Susan. Kevin was born in St. Louis and followed his father and brothers to St. Louis University High and was a star on the Jr. Billiken's basketball team. He graduated in the Class of 1989 and went on to graduate from St. Louis University in 1993 with a degree in Finance. His career and family led him to the Dallas area, where he was a teacher for special needs kids. Kevin was always the life of the party and stayed close to St. Louis sports, such as the Cardinals, Blues and the University of Missouri, which also maintained his connection to his buddies from SLUH and his family in St. Louis. Services: A memorial Mass and celebration will be held in the chapel at St. Louis University High School, 4970 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis MO at 12 p.m. on July 13, 2018 with a reception immediately following in the Currigan Room. Please park in the SLUH designated areas within the St. Louis Science Center parking lot. Parking vouchers will be provided. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Kevin Bauman can be made to the Bauman Scholarship Fund at SLUH to help provide financial aid to allow those in need to benefit from a SLUH education.
Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch on July 1, 2018
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