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James (Jim) Bauman, Taylor County, KY (1943-2014)

Now retired, he graduated as a civil engineer and spent most of his career as a building contractor. For thirteen years Jim worked as administrator for the Tabernacle Church where he also served as elder and Bible study leader. Before moving to Campbellsville, he attended Calvary Chapel and it's Breaking Bread for men as well as going to a number of mission trips. He also enjoyed his time spent as a volunteer at the Brevard Zoo and doing Meals on Wheels.
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James (Jim) Bauman, 70, Campbellsville, KY, died at 11:50pmET, Saturday, February 1, 2014 in Campbellsville, KY.


James (Jim) Bauman, Taylor County, KY (1943-2014)


James (Jim) Bauman of Campbellsville, KY, formerly of Melbourne, Florida son of the late Wilson Bauman and Helen Wilson Bauman, was born in Salem, Marion County, Oregon, Tuesday, May 11, 1943. He died Saturday, February 1, 2014 in Campbellsville, Taylor County, KY, at the age of 70 years, 8 months, and 21 days.

Now retired, he graduated as a civil engineer and spent most of his career as a building contractor. For thirteen years Jim worked as administrator for the Tabernacle Church where he also served as elder and Bible study leader. Before moving to Campbellsville, he attended Calvary Chapel and it's Breaking Bread for men as well as going to a number of mission trips. He also enjoyed his time spent as a volunteer at the Brevard Zoo and doing Meals on Wheels

He united in marriage to Charlene Wenz December 19, 1964.

Besides his wife, Charlene Bauman, he is survived by the following:
  • Two daughters and one son: Becky Pinson and husband, Brian of Campbellsville, KY; and Debbie Heger and husband, Scott of Wesley Chapel, Florida; and James Bauman of Melbourne, Florida;

  • sSix grandchildren

  • Mother and father-in-law: Lillian Irving and husband, Harry of Melbourne, Florida

  • Sister-in-law: Bonnie DiCrocco and husband, Val of Melbourne, Florida

  • Four nephews.
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Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home, 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY, in charge of arrangements.

The family requests expressions of sympathy be donations to Wycliffe Bible Translators or Tenn Missions International and may be made at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home.


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