Kim Sue Baumann
FRISCO, TX – 1962 – 2017. Kim Sue Baumann born on August 4, 1962, passed away in Largo, Florida on December 29, 2017 on a vacation trip to visit friends and celebrate the New Year. She is the first of her 3 siblings to join their father, Donald Nyquist in Heaven. Her mom, Bethel Nyquist, brothers Scott and Bruce Nyquist, sister Beth Guevara all reside in Gwinn, MI.
Kim was born in 29 Palms, CA to Donald and Bethel Nyquist and was raised in Gwinn, MI. She attended Gwinn, MI High School and Ferris State University. She was active in sports loving Tennis in the summer and Skiing in the winter. Her spirited personality was evident early on which she displayed on the Gwinn Drill Team. She also loved and followed the Green Bay Packers. Kim always told family and friends how she loved the way Brett Favre would smile and have fun playing the game of football.
Kim and Cal Baumann were married on September 1st, 1984, in Gwinn, MI, where they started their lifelong journey of fun and adventure. They got engaged in El Paso, TX and lived in Charleston, SC, Arlington, TX, Allen, Texas and recently moved to Frisco, TX to be closer to their children, son Bryan Baumann and wife Lyndsay, daughter Brittany Baumann who all reside in Frisco, TX.
Family meant everything to Kim. Early on Kim sacrificed her career to be close to their children (Bryan and Brittany) to guide them through life’s journey. She volunteered as an aid at Vaughn Elementary – Allen, TX and was quickly hired as a full-time associate working 17 years for Allen ISD. Moving from Allen Elementary and Middle schools to eventually work in the Allen Athletic Department. Her next calling was Real Estate and joined Keller Williams in Allen and Frisco. Kim had many talents. She could transform a home with her decorating talents into a showcase and Real Estate gave her the perfect platform and outlet to help families live out their dreams. She performed countless hours of volunteer work across many venues and was always the first to step forward and make a difference.
Kim was drawn to social media to share encouraging words and to touch the lives of countless people.
In the words of her countless friends, Kim was beautiful inside and out. Her contagious smile, infectious giddy laugh and positive demeanor made a difference in everyone she met along her journey. Kim was a beautiful bright light and she will always shine in the heart of all who knew and loved her.
Her favorite word was BELIEVE and her favorite music was from Journey and eventually acquired a taste for Country music. Her Favorite thing to do was entertain, travel to new places, meet new friends and lift the spirits of everyone she touched.
Kim is survived by husband, Cal Baumann, son Bryan Baumann and daughter Brittany Baumann all presiding in Frisco, Texas, as well as her extended family in Michigan.
A funeral service will be held at 2:30 pm, Sunday, January 7, 2018, at Covenant Church of McKinney, 975 S. Central Expressway, McKinney, Texas 75070.