In Memory

Coach Charlie Bauer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charles A. Bauer Jr. "Buddy," 79, of Boynton Beach, FL and Long Beach Island, NJ, formerly of Paramus and Wyckoff, passed away peacefully on April 19, 2016 at his home in Florida after a long, and heroic battle with cancer.

 

Buddy was born and raised in Jersey City, NJ. to Ruth (Enderlein) and Charles A. Bauer, Sr. A graduate of Snyder High School in Jersey City.  Buddy was a veteran of the US Army and earned a BA degree from the Panzer School at Montclair State College, and began his 35-year career in education in Paramus, NJ.  He later earned his MA from Montclair State College.  He taught Physical Education at Paramus High School and was also the Head Football Coach at Paramus High School for many years. 

 

Beloved husband of 27 years to Kathy (De Vincentis).  Loving father of, Suzanne Yildirim and son-in-law Kenan of Mahwah, his son, Trey of State College, PA, his son, Michael and wife Nancy of Westwood, his stepson, Dennis Sweeney of Little Egg Harbor, his stepson, John Sweeney and fiancé Melissa Siclari of North Arlington, Cherished brother of R. Stanton and his wife Susan of Upper Saddle River.  He is also survived by six grandchildren, Hannah, Carson, Reese, Riley, Trey, and Michaela as well as many loving nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews.  Mr. Bauer is also predeceased by his late wife Ann M. (nee Schwertfeger) 1984, his brother, Ronald F.

 

 

 


 



 
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04/25/16 07:19 PM #1    

Leonard Barcelona (1970)

   Words could never express the sadness with the loss of my coach, my friend, my mentor Mr Charles Bauer. Anyone who has had the privlage of knowing him and his lovley late wife Anne is a better person today.. I for one and the PHS family will never forget you my friend........... R.I.P. Mr. Bauer 

                                                                                                 Len Barcelona


04/25/16 07:54 PM #2    

Robert Meixner (1967)

A great coach, and a great person. R.I.P. Coach!


04/26/16 11:45 AM #3    

George Richard Hoppe (1983)

My condolences to the Bauer Family.  I have very fond memories of Coach Bauer; great coach, great teacher and Great Man!  Rest in Peace  


04/27/16 04:41 AM #4    

Kenneth McDonough (1969)

A Coach who understood the important role he was responsible for in developing young men's character, ethical, and moral leadership traits. RIP Coach Bauer.

 

Ken McDonough

Class of 1969


05/09/16 12:53 AM #5    

Kenny "Tash" Tashian (1964)

 

Some people tell me that I place too much emphasis on sports, that there was much more going on in high school worthy of recognition.   There may be some truth to that, and rest assured that I will do a better job of going beyond sports.  However, good coaches do more than teach you how to play a game or hone skills.  They play a significant role in developing character, values, and set one's moral compass in the right direction.  Charlie Bauer was one of the good coaches who had a lifelong influence in many dimensions of my life.  He will be missed.

 


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