Stanley Lloyd Baumberger

August 05, 1947 ‒ July 11, 2020

Mansfield, Ohio


MANFIELD: Stanley Lloyd Baumberger, 72, of Mansfield passed away at home, Saturday, July 11, 2020 following an extended illness.

The son of Paul and Norma Jean (Stotts) Baumberger, Stan was born August 5, 1947 in Mansfield and graduated from Madison High School in 1965.  He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from the Ohio State University.  On October 25, 1969 he married Linda Stoots at St. Mark’s Church in Mansfield.

Stan worked as a real estate appraiser for Galion Building and Loan and Wooster Peoples Federal.  He taught real estate classes at Ohio State University Mansfield and Orrville campuses.  In 1980 Stan purchased Baumberger Appraisal.  Upon his retirement, Stan had been appraising for over 50 years.

He was past president of the Noon Optimist Club and Mansfield Board of Realtors.  He was a member of the Police Review Committee and the SASS (Single Action Shooting Society).

Following a snorkeling excursion, Stan decided to take scuba diving lessons.  He later became an instructor and along with his friend Ed, bought Dive Mate Scuba.  Stan was blessed to travel and dive in many exotic places.  Bonair was his favorite.  Stan and Ed also trained sheriff dive teams in several cities.

He was a member of the Lexington Church of Christ where he headed the building committee and served wherever he could.  A devoted Christian, Stan loved the Lord serving Him where he could.

He is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Linda Baumberger of Mansfield; children Paul (Amy) Baumberger of Perrysville, Kim Baumberger-Amore (Dan Amore) of Mansfield, Kenneth (Samantha) Baumberger of La Vergne, Tennessee; grandchildren Jacob, Logan, Matthew, Evan, Allison, Chase, Zoe, and Colton; brother Jim (Kara) Baumberger.

Along with his parents he was preceded in death by his sister Patricia Sagstetter.

A public memorial gathering will be held Thursday, July 16, 2020 from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where a private memorial service will follow.  Pastor Tj Waters will officiate.

Memorial contributions to the Ronald McDonald House of Akron may be made through the funeral home.

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  • Good Bye Dear Friend.
    I remember you so well from High School. I always liked you a lot. You had a good sense of humor. We didn’t hang out much, but I enjoyed the times we did.

    Jim Campbell
    Class of ’65

  • Thinking of you guys during this difficult time. Many memories.

    Jim, Judy, Andrew, & Ilene

  • Wayne Stotts, cousin from Illinois, and family send our sympathies. He and his 5 brothers remember good times with Stan and the other cousins when visiting in the summer.

  • Linda, thinking of you at this time. Stan was such a good friend and I have fond memories of him. I enjoyed joking with him at church. He was a gentle giant and will be greatly missed. Prayers to you and your family. Love you, Steph

  • Linda, Paul, Kenny and Kimmy, We both have so many awesome memories of Stan. Many of those memories made on diving trips. His big laugh could fill a room and make others want to know him. I know he is celebrating in Heaven. You are all in our thoughts and prayers

  • Dear Kenny, Chase, Zoe and Paul

    So sorry to hear of the loss of your Father and Grandfather. It was always a pleasure when he and Paul would come to Knox County for appraisal work. Prayers of comfort to all; cherishing the precious memories to carry you thru.

  • Linda and family, so sorry to hear of Stan’s passing. I was a classmate of Stan’s at Madison High School.

  • Giants ceased to walk the earth, the day my brother passed. Stan grew up tall and strong, with an impressive physique. He was larger than life in some ways to me as his little brother. Stan was always there, always thinking, and always ready to take my sister, Pat, and I under his wing. We relied upon him; he was our rock.

    Stan married the love of his life, Linda, and was a devoted, loving husband. They were blessed with remarkable children, who had wonderful children of their own. Stan was a loving father and a caring grandfather.

    Stan was an honorable man, a hard-working man, with a quiet dignity and a perceptive mind. He was the kind of man we will miss, remember fondly, and love forever in our hearts. I love Stan and miss him dearly. At this sad time, Kara and I send our condolences and love to Linda, Paul, Ken, Kim and the family.

    May God’s light perpetual shine upon Stan’s eternal soul!