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Palmine Baumstark

April 2, 1939 August 20, 2020
Palmine Baumstark
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Palmina (Pal) Perna Baumstark was born April 2nd 1939. She was born into an Italian family and always embraced her heritage, she was the baby of her family and never let anyone forget it! Born on Palm Sunday, the year where songs like Over the Rainbow by Judy Garland were playing over the wireless and World War II was declared.

”Pal” grew to be a strong woman, overcoming many obstacles in life and made it look easy. She never had much, but would give the shirt off her back for another; and, she never met a stranger she didn’t like. God and Family were what guided her through and gave her strength; she was never one for material possessions. She instilled many values throughout her life; love, kindness, hope. She loved to tell us during difficult times, “Don’t worry because everything is going to be alright, it will all work out like it’s supposed to.” “Pal” NEVER stopped believing that God was in control and everything happens for a reason. She loved every minute of her life and always had hope for the future, a Golden Girl whose heart was true, she was our Pal and a confidant.

Today she is survived by her husband of 59 years William Baumstark, daughters Jackie Cobb and Kathy Wills, son-in-law Bill Wills, grandchildren Jamie Corns, Jennifer Corns, Jeremy Cobb, Jeffrey Cobb, Laura Corns, Jose Diaz, Brandon Ohlarik and Montana Ohlarik, great grand children Aidan Corns, Taylor Corns, Austin Corns, Carter Corns, Julian Diaz, Josiah Diaz, brother Vince Perna and many nieces and nephews. She used to talk to her niece Linda each and every day. Although her daughters were divorced from the men who are the fathers of her grandchildren, Pal was fond of Eddie Corns and Jeff Cobb. Family no matter past or present was always important to her.

We thank her for the memories and everything she taught us. Her work is done. Through us, her spirit will be kept alive, and her many teachings will be passed down and live forever. We rejoice, because she is reunited with all of those that passed before her. “Pal” along with her parents, her siblings and her son-in-law will be watching over us for eternity. We miss you greatly Palmina, not goodbye, but until we meet again. “Good Lord willing and the creek don’t rise”

Rest In Peace. We Love You!

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