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Charles W. Baum

Born: Wed., Mar. 10, 1943
Died: Wed., Aug. 30, 2017

At the family's request there will be no public visitation and burial will be private

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Charles W. "Chick" Baum, 74, of South Buffalo Twp. , passed away on Wednesday, August 30th, while in the company of family, at Good Samaritan Hospice Unit at Concordia in Cabot. Chick was born in New Kensington on March 10, 1943. He was the son of the late Rose E. (Richards) and Melvin C. Baum. He was a past member of United Presbyterian Church of Freeport. Chick was a 1961 grad of Ken High. He then enrolled and graduated from New Kensington Commercial College where he received his degree in accounting. He was employed at Oberg Industries for 43 years, retiring in 2009. Chick worked as a supervisor in estimating/quotation and had worked in sales He was a member of the F & A.M. Armstrong Lodge #239 in Freeport and the Gourgas Lodge of Perfection in Pittsburgh. Chick enjoyed corvettes, gardening, camping, his cat "Moochie" and dinners with his family and friends Charles is survived by by his wonderful wife of 51 years, June (Bozich) Baum. Their 2 sons; Mark D. Baum, of South Buffalo Twp.; and Brad and Kathleen Baum, of North Huntington. In addition to his parents he is preceded by his brother, Jack E. Baum. At the family's request there will be no public visitation and burial will be private In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to; Shriners Hospitals for Children, Office of Development 2900 Rocky Point Dr. Tampa, FL 33607

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Martin Kondrick
   Posted Thu August 31, 2017
Chuck was great friend and I will miss our conversations before, during, and after hockey games. Beyond sports, I will always be thankful for the time Chuck spent helping me as a young professional insuring that I was in his words "going down the path of righteousness,".
Chuck will always be remembered for his wit and friendship and allegiance to his beloved Pittsburgh sports teams.
Thank you Chickster and Rest In Peace.

Harold and Bonnie Brothers
   Posted Thu August 31, 2017
Prayers and sympathy to the family. Sorry to hear of his passing. He will be missed.

Mark and Adelyn Zebracki
   Posted Fri September 01, 2017
We have had the pleasure of being friends with Chick and June for over 50 years. There are many restaurants and pubs that we went to on weekends. Chick was always ready to share a laugh or story. Many fond memories we hold dear to us. Rest in peace good buddy.

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