Ann M. Baumgartner
03/01/1925 - 08/16/2021
Obituary For Ann M. Baumgartner
Ann M. Baumgartner
March 1, 1925-Aug. 16, 2021
Ann M. Baumgartner, 96, Hollidaysburg, formerly of Altoona, passed away unexpectedly, Monday, at Garvey Manor, Hollidaysburg.
She was born in Altoona, the daughter of the late Michael and Anna (Dietrick) Mottner. On August 27, 1947 she married Louis M. Baumgartner and he preceded her in death on Aug. 20, 1975.
Ann is survived by three children: Eileen Porta, David (Margaret) Baumgartner and Nancy Ware; six grandchildren: Debra (Ben) Dent, Cindy (Doug) Clark, Zachary (Heather) Porta, Brad Baumgartner, Jill Baumgartner and Brittany (Mack) Eckenrode; eleven great-grandchildren: Kordelle, Macie, and Dakota Dent, Jordan and Joshua Clark, Colton, Adam, Brayden & Danielle Porta, Ava and Mia Eckenrode; a sister, Caroline Cooney of Md, and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a brother, John “Moose” Mottner; sister, Julie Therese Hinterberger and sons-in-law, Ronald J. Porta and Donald Ware.
Ann was a 1943 graduate of Altoona High School. She was a loving mother and respected homemaker, who enjoyed time with her family and working in her yard. Her quick wit and sense of humor only accented her kindness and concern for others.
Friends will be received from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at The Stevens Mortuary, Inc., 1421 8th Ave., Altoona, Pa. 16602. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at noon, Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at St. Mary Catholic Church, Altoona, Fr. Lubomir Strecok, celebrant. Committal will be held at St. Mary Cemetery.
The family requests that donation contributions be made in Ann’s memory to: Garvey Manor, 1037 S. Pleasant Valley Blvd., Hollidaysburg, Pa. 16648 OR St. Mary Catholic Church, 1405 5th Ave. , Altoona, Pa. 16602.
Condolences may be made at www.stevensfamilyfuneralhomes.com or Stevens Family Funeral Homes Facebook.
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"What remains when everything transient goes is love." By chance I came across this obituary yesterday. I didn't know Ann Baumgartner personally, but she must have been a fantastic woman, as I can read here. So I want to light a candle for you. Her husband was my second great-uncle. He was my grandfather's cousin. They didn't know each other either. I am deeply sad that I no longer had the opportunity to contact Ann Baumgartner. Surely she could have told me some nice stories! Nico Klinkhardt from Germany
We are so humbled to have spent the majority of our lives living next door to Ann on Hudson Avenue. Her personality and humor was one-of-a-kind, which made the lives of all those around her so much brighter. We will never forget you, Ann! Thanks for being the world's greatest neighbor. Love, Roseann, Gary, Alyssa, & Jordan Rhone.
Annie B I will miss our talks how would make your bed again if it was a mess and Mel wasn't there us being married to wonderful men and we both had two daughters and one son you made me laugh every day I will miss you telling me I won't eat all this popcorn or candy fly high Annie B love Sharon Pope❤️
My dear friend I will miss you. I love our time and laughing in the beauty shop together and thank you for coming into my life. Fly high my angel and I love you Anna banana 😘. Robyn Streightiff (beauty shop)
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