Andrew Baum, Jr.

Andrew J. Baum, Jr.

February 13, 1951 - July 5, 2020
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Andrew J. Baum, 69, of Edgewater, Maryland formally from Allendale ,New Jersey passed away on July 5, 2020 due to complications from Parkinson’s disease.

Andrew was born in Hackensack NJ on February 13 , 1951 to Andrew John Baum Sr. and Adaline Doris Baum . He graduated Northern Highlands Regional High school, Allendale New Jersey class of 1969 and received his Associate Degree from Bergen Community College.

Andrew was a dedicated police officer for 31 years, serving two years in Haledon, New Jersey, followed by 29 years in Allendale, New Jersey, before retiring in 2005. Andrew also served as the K9 officer for Allendale and surrounding towns and loved all of his dogs, Greta, Axel, Guard and Apollo. Andrew was a kind and compassionate man, a dedicated and loving husband and a wonderful father to his three children.

Andrew is survived by his wife Kathryn Lane Baum of 40 years, loving Daughter Lindsey Baum Colella, Sons Christopher and Lane Campbell , Son in law Philip Colella, Grandson Cole AKA “ Bubba” , sister Delcy Barton and brother in law Dick Barton . Sister in-law Barbra Lane Van Slooten brother in law Henry Van Slooten and many nieces and nephews .

A memorial service will be held Allendale NJ in late August 2020 TBA .

Donations in lieu can be made to the Parkinson’s Foundation

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Elaine Sanders

Posted at 01:35pm
Andy, we will miss you so much at Rock Steady Boxing. You always had a big smile on your face that encouraged those of us around you. Pray that God brings peace and comfort for the family during this time of loss.

Tom Bolander

Posted at 01:28pm
Andy was a big part of our Parkinson's Support Group at the South County Senior Center. He will be sorely missed and was a great proponent of Rock Steady Boxing. He was always willing to share his insights on coping with PD and had a huge heart for others. My sincere condolences to Kathy and the entire family. Tom B.

Chris Campbell

Posted at 01:00am
You taught me the importance of hard work and the small joys of a simple life. You did so much for your community, your dogs, your family and everyone around you. I hope I get to see you in whatever comes next. Until then, you’ll have to figure out your iPhone on your own :).

Denise Schuler

Posted at 05:49pm
My sweet uncle - only 10 years older than me. He was always fun to be around - tickling me, spinning me around by my feet or just being goofy. The first pic shows him holding me at 5 days old - we tried to recreate about 50 years later! I will miss my "Unkie" but am glad he is resting peacefully now with no more pain.

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