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In Loving Memory

Bauer, Glen A.

Bauer, Glen A. on Wednesday September 20, 2023.  Beloved husband of the late Timothy Sharnas.  Loving son of the late Elmer and Barbara Bauer.  Dearest brother of Robert (Karen), John (Susan) and Perry Bauer.  Dear Uncle of Nicholas (Nicole), Patrick (Rachel) and Alanna Bauer.  Long-time friend and partner, Paul Illert. Many good friends and colleagues.

Professor Bauer retired from Webster University Department of Music.

A Memorial Celebration of his life will be held at a later date.

Memorial to Webster University Department of Music (470 E. Lockwood Ave.  Webster Groves, MO 63119) appreciated.

Kutis City Service.


1 thought on “Bauer, Glen A.”

  1. My deepest condolences to the Bauer family. Glen was my kind and caring cousin who was around so much during my childhood. We’d laugh about the silliest things. I was so impressed by his ever increasing talent on the piano. Glen drove me to high school in Elmer’s giant white Chevy and didn’t even act embarrassed to be with a geeky young girl along with his friends. I must say that Glen made a lasting impression on my life. He will be missed.


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