A memorial service is set for 11 a.m. Saturday, January 16, 2016 at Living Hope Baptist Church in College Station.
Let’s explain the sweet little life of Zane Bauder:
Zane was dearly loved by a whole community. He had an infectious personality and brought joy and sunshine wherever he went. Zane loved fluffy blankets, fluffy pillows… really anything fluffy. He was a little engineer just like his dad, always trying to figure out how something worked. He loved his dog Shroeder. He enjoyed animals and copying the sounds they make. He adored his mom, she was always his safe place to return to after exploration. He admired his dad and loved to be his little man. He loved his grandparents, great grandparents, and all his aunts and uncles, and they all love him too. Zane Bauder you are loved, will be dearly missed, but we will see you again.
“He will never leave us nor forsake us.” He is our Comforter, Refuge, and the Provider for all our needs. He is Emmanuel: God with us. He is the Peace that surpasses all understanding. Zane is in the presence of our Almighty God. We grieve, but we grieve with hope. For more information contact [wpseo_address show_state=”1″ show_country=”1″ show_phone=”1″ show_phone_2=”0″ show_fax=”1″ show_email=”1″]
Randy and Autumn there are no words to express the sadness I feel for you. God’s timetable is not ours to understand in this age. The grief you are experiencing is more than I can even imagine. My prayers are with you at this time. God promises not to give us more to bear than we can handle, so His strength is what you will need to hold you up in the days to come.
Dear Bauder Family: Deeply sorry to hear of the tragic passing of your precious son, Zane Elisha. His middle name, Elisha means, “God is Salvation.” John 5:28-29 and Psalms 37:9-11 gives us hope of being reunited with our loved ones, following a resurrection from the grave, to live on a paradise earth. For more comfort please see http://www.jw.org. With Sympathy, J. Jones