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Frederick Warren Bauer

February 7, 1926 - May 14, 2017

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Frederick W. Bauer
February 7, 1926 - May 14, 2017

Frederick (Fred) W. Bauer passed away on May 14, 2017, his daughter was at his side, he was 91 years old. Proceeded in death by his wife Anita Faye Bauer, they were married over 65 years.

Fred served in the Army during WWII, in a unit called the "Army Air Core" and was discharged November 1946.

After his honorable discharge from the Army, Fred obtained his Electrical Engineering Degree from Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was a member of the Eta Kappa...

Frederick W. Bauer
February 7, 1926 - May 14, 2017

Frederick (Fred) W. Bauer passed away on May 14, 2017, his daughter was at his side, he was 91 years old. Proceeded in death by his wife Anita Faye Bauer, they were married over 65 years.

Fred served in the Army during WWII, in a unit called the "Army Air Core" and was discharged November 1946.

After his honorable discharge from the Army, Fred obtained his Electrical Engineering Degree from Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was a member of the Eta Kappa Nu Association. During his extensive computer and small business machines career, he worked for Burroughs Corporation, IBM, NCR, Unysis and Singer Business Machines. His intelligence and business savvy helped him and his team develop and invent the "Micro Chip", He is mentioned in the publication of "Who's Who In America" and went on to become a Vice President and Plant Manager for Singer Corporation.

Fred had many mechanical and musical talent's, he could play the piano, bugle and any string instrument by ear, entertaining anyone within hearing distance.
Fred and his wife, Anita traveled the world, visiting all seven continents, lived in six different states in the US before his retirement at age 59. They retired to Discovery Bay, California, built their final home on deep water and enjoyed the Yacht and Country Club. Boating with friends was especially enjoyed; they would go out for weeks while enjoying the Sacramento Delta, Jazz Festivals and Tinsley Island.

Fred was buried at Union Cemetery, Brentwood, CA. on May 30, 2017 with his wife Anita.

He is survived by his son, Anthony Michael Bauer of San Diego and his daughter, Mary Kathleen Bauer of Nevada, and four granddaughters and one great granddaughter.