ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, BABETTE BAUMGARTEN 49 years old, born on April 19, 1961 and passed away on February 19, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by amanda baumgarten-jackson on March 3, 2011
IT WAS HARD LETTING U GO. U WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART NO MATTER WHAT. UR GRAND BABY BABETTE LOOKS JUST LIKE U AND HER DADDY. LOVE U MOMMA BABS.
Posted by derek hupp on March 3, 2011
Such an inspiration to others and taken to early. Your life light has been exstinguished. But everyone who's life you touched has your eternal light in their heart. Love you and miss you Mom

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Posted by amanda baumgarten-jackson on March 3, 2011
IT WAS HARD LETTING U GO. U WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART NO MATTER WHAT. UR GRAND BABY BABETTE LOOKS JUST LIKE U AND HER DADDY. LOVE U MOMMA BABS.
Posted by derek hupp on March 3, 2011
Such an inspiration to others and taken to early. Your life light has been exstinguished. But everyone who's life you touched has your eternal light in their heart. Love you and miss you Mom
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Shared by derek hupp on March 3, 2011

I remember when I first met Babs (aka Mom). She told me the very first day that she was to be addressed as Mom. She said that her childrens friends were considered he children, so from the day forward that is how she was addressed. She also laid out the rules of their home, and the top rule was the "F" word was not to be used. And if you dared to use the word, you owed a qauter to the jar lol. If you insisted on using the word then there was bound to be other consiquences. She also loved the song "The Baby" by Blake Shelton. She said that the day she left this earth that she hoped her boys would remember this song and remember that they was her babies. She loved everyone she met unconditionally and would do anything to help them. If you showed up before or after dinner time you had better be hungry, because if you wasn't you was gonna eat anyway lol. She would speak the truth whether it was what you wanted to hear or not she was gonna tell you. She greatly missed by everyone who ever had the privilage to know her and will never be forgotten. Love you Mom!!! Derek