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August 13, 1949 – April 15, 2020

Mary Ann Baumann, age 70, of Winsted passed away on Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at her residence.

She was born on August 13, 1949 in Lester Prairie, Minnesota the daughter of Walter & Isabel (Knott) Laurence.

Mary Ann graduated from Holy Trinity High School in 1967.

On May 13, 1972  , Mary Ann Laurence and Richard A.R. Baumann were joined in holy marriage at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Winsted.   God blessed their marriage with three sons Troy, Todd and Terry.

She was formerly employed for fifty-two years at St. Mary’s Care Center in Winsted.

She loved  taking care of the residents at the nursing home,  and getting to know them and their families. Her family was everything to her!  She enjoyed cooking, entertaining people at her home, and visiting with family and friends. She cherished her time with her grandchildren.  Nothing made her happier than to be surrounded by family talking, laughing, and telling stories.

Mary Ann was a faithful, lifetime member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Winsted.

She is survived by her loving husband: Richard Baumann; sons: Troy (Betty) Baumann of Plato, Todd (Cathy) Baumann of Cokato and Terry Baumann of Maple Grove; grandchildren: Tyler, Taylor and Alex; brothers: Roger Laurence of Lester Prairie and Mel (Joanie) Laurence of Mound; other relatives and many friends.

Preceded in death by her parents Walter and Isabel Laurence.

 

 

 

 

 

22 Guestbook Entries

  1. Patty Fleischacker

    Our deepest sympathy to Rich, boys, and entire family. Mary Ann was one of the sweetest ladies we knew. May God bless and comfort you all.
    Patty & Alan Fleischacker

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  2. Dean & Paulette Jopp

    Dear Richard & Family,

    So sorry to hear of Mary Ann passing. It was always such a pleasure to talk with you both at various functions! Such a great friend.
    May God give you Peace and Comfort.

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  3. Chris Yukel

    My sympathies to Rich and family!
    I have many memories of working with Mary Ann❤️
    We meet this world with bodies that are tired…Jesus gives us abundant life and the promise of heaven.
    Rest In Peace my dear friend🙏

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  4. Don and LaJean Hoof

    We are so sorry to hear of MaryAnn/moms passing!! Working with her at St. MARY’S I knew I had a friend for life!! We had such a great times! She had a unique personality!! She will be missed!🥺😥 Your family is in our thoughts and prayers…HUGS to ALL!

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  5. The Stumpfs

    Our deepest sympathies for your loss.
    Terry & Robin Stumpf

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  6. Kathy Bogatzki (Quast)

    Sending Prayers and Strength to Everyone. May She Rest in Peace. My Heart feels so heavy to hear of this.

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  7. Barb Fasching

    So sorry to hear of Mary Ann’s passing. May she rest in peace.

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  8. Bill & Carol Braunwarth

    Richard & family so sorry to hear about the passing of Mary Ann. Prayers and lots of love to you and your family.

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  9. Jim & Theresa Sexton

    Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Mary Ann. She was a wonderful, kind and compassionate individual. She always had a smile and kind words for all she cared for at St. Mary’s.

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  10. Marvin Fiecke

    Big Daddy Richie, my deepest sympathies and prayers to you, the boys, and their families. So sad to hear of your loss. She will be missed by many. May she rest in peace.

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  11. Tom & Mary Wiemiller

    We are very sad for your family. Mary Ann was a blessing to our whole community…to know her was to love her. Our thoughts are with you now and we will see you at her Mass if Christian burial.

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  12. Tanya M Turnock

    I am so sorry to hear of Maryann passing. She kept me on my toes at Smcc. She was an amazing woman with so much talent. She will be greatly missed.

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  13. Cathy Wolford

    Mary Ann was a good friend and coworker. She was kind hearted and a hard worker. We send our condolences to Rich and the family.

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  14. Ron Rolf

    Richie and family; Pam and I were very saddened to hear of Mary Ann’s passing. She will be missed very much and left this world too soon. Take care and God Bless you. Ron and Pam Rolf, Waco, TX

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  15. Amy Shah(Kozitza)

    May she enjoy her new wings, my deepest condolences to you and your family.

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  16. Carol Norman

    Rich, my deepest sympathy to you and the boys. MaryAnn was such a nice person. Always willing to help out whenever and wherever she could. Loved talking to her when Dad was in the nursing home.

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  17. Judy Pool

    My deepest sympathy to Mary Ann’s Family! I remember all the wonderful family get-to-gathers at my Aunt Clara’s home & Mary Ann was always there with her beautiful smile, and she took such wonderful care of all the people at St. Mary’s including my Dad when he was there! R.I.P. Dear Lady!♥️😅

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  18. Terri Sexton Hamilton

    I was fortunate enough to work with Mary Ann at St. Mary’s many years ago. Mary Ann truly had the best interests of the residents on her mind day in and day out. She radiated kindness. Winsted was lucky to have an angel of her caliber in it’s midst.

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  19. Carol Kappel and family

    You have our deepest sympathies.

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  20. Shirley (Baumann) Paulson

    My sympathy to the Baumann family. We visited last New Year’s Eve at The Pantry. She was a hard worker and always a smile on her face.
    Prayers for peace & comfort at this sad time.

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  21. Sue Muenchow

    Rich and family I’m so sorry to hear of Mary Ann’s passing. She was a great lady, I’ll always remember our visits and her laughter.

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  22. Bonnie Vos

    My heart is saddened by this loss. Mary Ann was a joy to everyone she touched. I will miss her laugh and smile so much. Love Bonnie

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