Bonnie (Ringer) Bauman

(September 27, 1924 - November 23, Year Unknown)

The Lusk Herald
Date Unknown

Bonnie Bauman dies in Denver

Bonnie Bauman died Nov. 23 at her home in Denver. She was born September 27, 1924 in Nebraska and was the daughter of longtime Keeline residents, the late Jim and Florence Ringer. They moved to Wyoming when she was a young child. A memorial service was held in Golden, Colo., on Nov. 28.

Bonnie lived in Lance Creek and from here moved to Tulsa, Okla., where she worked for International Harvester Co. She later was transferred to Denver where she met and married Gordan Bauman, who also worked for IH. He died in March of this year.
She is survived by two sisters, Josephine Burns of Douglas and Betty Thomas of Billings; one brother, Jim Ringer Jr. of Canoga Park, Calif. and a step-daughter, Aleta Bauman.

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