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James Warren Baumann

March 11, 1948 - August 28, 2021

U.S. Veteran

Service Date October 16, 2021

A memorial service to be held on Sat., Oct. 16th, 2021 at noon, at Mission Covenant Church, 5161 S County Rd P, Poplar, WI. Luncheon following.

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James Warren Baumann

March 11, 1948 – August 28, 2021

James Warren Baumann, age 73 of Brule, Wisconsin (Cloverland) ended his struggle with cancer on August 28th, 2021. Jim was born and raised in Westhope, ND and graduated from Westhope High School in 1966. After graduation, Jim began his life of service to his country when he enlisted in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany for two years. On June 21, 1971, Jim entered on duty with the U.S. Border Patrol as a member of the 100th Session of the Border Patrol Academy. Jim’s first duty station was Hebbronville, TX. Jim went on to be stationed with the Border Patrol in El Paso, TX and Duluth, MN, where he retired as the Patrol Agent in Charge. After retirement, he served in Afghanistan for one year as a police advisor. Returning to the United States, Jim served an additional 4-1/2 years with the Border Patrol as a driving instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, New Mexico. Upon returning to the northland, he enjoyed his children, grandchildren, and chicken and goat hobby. He is survived by and will be missed by his wife, Marie, and children: Krystal (Pete), Jerry, Michael (Ashla), Allen (Arrah), Nathan, Morgan, Tammie (Aaron) and Terri (Daniel), grandchildren, brother Terry (Jan) of Westhope, ND and sister Barb (Dyron) Rauk of Fayetteville, GA, Uncle Bill (Cool) of Bottineau, ND and sister-in-law Bobbie of Bottineau, ND, nieces, nephews, cousins, dear friends and good neighbors. Memorial service to be held on October 16th, 2021, at noon at Mission Covenant Church, 5161 S County Road P, Poplar, WI 54864, luncheon afterwards.