Annette L. Bauer, age 69, of Fargo, ND, went to be with the Lord on October 26th, 2011.

Annette was born December 5, 1941 to Arthur and Georgine Gullickson in Underwood, N.D. She graduated from Minot High School in 1959. On July 10, 1960 she married Wayne H. Bauer in Minot, ND.

She raised her family on a farm near Max, ND where she loved the outdoors. She began her cosmetology career in her home and later completed cosmetology school. She opened her own beauty salon "Designer's Lane" in the late1970's in Max. Annette and Wayne moved to Fargo in 1988 where she loved being with her children and grandchildren. She loved sharing her love for Christ to her family and friends. She felt a calling to reach out to those in need. She had a love for crocheting and crafts. She spent many hours studying the bible. She was a member of Hope Lutheran Church where she served as Stephen Minister.

She is survived by her husband Wane Bauer of Fargo; one son, Tim Bauer of Max; two daughters, Cynthia (Alan) Weishaar of Horace, ND and Angela (Steve) Erickson of Fergus Falls, MN; 8 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren plus 1 on the way; one brother, Allan (Susan) Gullickson of Sioux Falls, SD; 2 sisters, Carolyn (Marlow) Bakken of Duluth, MN and Lela Dluzen of Fargo; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Annette was preceded in death by her parents Arthur and Georgine Gullickson, one brother-in-law, Wayne Dluzen, and a nephew, William A. Gullickson.

Annette will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

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  1. west fargo ndI will miss annette she always had a smile and a positive attiude i didnt know her well but she always maid my day when she came into walmart. my life is better knowing her. love as always lisa Bunn

  2. Fargo ND
    To the Bauer Family,

    I met Annette in 1978 when she and I were attending Josef’s in Minot. I always enjoyed sitting with her in break room and visiting her. She is truely a wonderful and amazing person. You are all in my thoughts and in my prayers.

    Brenda Zietz
    Fargo, ND

  3. Broken Bow NebraskaWas so saddened to hear of Annette’s death. Know you will miss her. May it comfort you to know she’s in a better place. My thoughts are with you.

  4. Westminster Maryland Marlow, My deepest sympathies to Carolyn and you on the loss of her sister Annette. Annette and I shared the title of Stephen Minister I was commissioned in May at Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster, MD. I don’t remember ever meeting Wayne but Marv and Ernie frequently mentioned him. Love, Yvonne

    Posted by Marlow Bakken from Yvonne’s e-mail. Yvonne is the widow of Marvin Aasen, a First Cousin of Wayne Bauer, as was Ernie.

  5. Bloomington ILAll my sympathy to Annette’s family on her passing. I was close enough to Annette through high school to be a bridesmaid in her and Wayne’s wedding.
    After that we lost touch as our lives went in different directions.
    I loved Annette for her wonderful spirit and have never forgotten her.
    Be comforted that the Minot High School Class of 1959 sends our condolences.

  6. Max ND
    I have such wonderful memories of working with Annette in her shop in Max. Good and fun days they were. Annette loved her family very much and wanted only the best for each of you.
    Rita Semchenko

  7. Wayne, Angie, Cindy, Tim and families,

    God bless the many memories of your wife, mom, grandma, Aunt. We will always remember Annette for her deep faith in Jesus Christ and never waivering from it. I remember staying at your home in Fargo and the wonderful hospitality always shown. Angie- your mom was such a wonderful lady– I am so so sad and I am sure she is looking down from heaven and smiling at ya’ll.
    We love you all and are praying for strength for your family!!
    We are always here if you need us..

    Anita and Cary

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