Asnath “Ozzie” Bauer


BAUER, Asnath “Ozzie” (nee Heyn)
RN BSc in Nursing

On December 2, 2014, Ozzie joined the Lord in peace and tranquility. She will be dearly missed by her beloved husband, Ed; son, Jack; daughter Ann (John); and grandson, Johnny. She will also be missed by many friends throughout the world. Ozzie was a gentle shepherd of God, full of amazing faith and perseverance. During the 1950’s and early 60’s she was an instructor of Clinical Nursing at the UofA Hospital. She married Ed in 1961.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, December 13, 2014, at Ellerslie Road Baptist Church, 10603 Ellerslie Road SW, Edmonton. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the charity of one’s choice.

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Pat Janke

We first met Ozzie when Jack and Jeff were little playmates in Malmo.
We remember her as a quiet, gentle person,
Her loss will certainly be missed by her family, but what a reassurance to know she is at peace with the Lord.
Our sympathy, The Jankes


Thanks Barb and Rick, mom always enjoyed your visits and I fondly cherish our times together as we were growing up. Love you guys! Ann


Hi Lois
Mom frequently talked about her nursing days and the fun you all had together! She was blessed to have friends like you! Ann


Thanks Sharon!
It is nice to hear from you and your connection with my mom! Ann


Thanks Elaine, my mom reminised frequently about her nursing days and her many friends from nursing school. Ann


I am one of Ozzie’s nursing classmates. I was so sorry to hear that she had passed away.
Cancer has taken so many of our classmates. Our class had such a bond after spending
3 years in residence and helping each other through the good and bad times, that it was like a family really. My sincerest sympathy to all the family. Elaine Tully

barb mccutcheon

My condolences to Ed and family. It was a pleasure to know Ozzie all these years.
Love your sister and aunt,
Helen McKean

Sharon Villetard

Memories of Ozzie are filled with her kindness, hospitality and quiet strength of character. She modelled these attributes and influenced me with her faithful dedication to her Lord.
– Sharon Villetard

Lois Field

I was in Ozzie’s Nursing class at the U. of A. many years ago and always admired her quiet competence and caring attitude. My thoughts are with Ed and the rest of the family. Lois Field

barb mccutcheon

Our condolences to the Bauer family. It was always a pleasure to visit Aunt Ozzie, we are happy we saw her and Uncle Ed and Auntie Ester just over a month ago.
Love from Barb and Rick McCutcheon.

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