Each year, the family and staff at Baue honors those who have survived and lost their fight withBaue-breast-cancer-ad-2015 breast cancer through contributions to families and organizations throughout St. Charles and St. Louis, Missouri.  This month, along with those contributions, the staff at  Baue Funeral Homes will wear pink (shirts and ties) throughout the entire month of October. In addition to this, we will also be wearing a Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon on our suit jackets.

If you are at any of our 3 Funeral Homes or look in the St. Louis Post and St. Charles Journal you’ll see a photo of 3rd Generation President, Lisa A. Baue, her son 4th Generation Vice President John Baue Devaney, and two of our caring Baue staff members, Neva and Pat Rankin supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink!

“We’ve seen firsthand the terrible effects of breast cancer among members of our own families, staff, and through the families we serve,” stated Lisa Baue, “That has committed us to raising awareness and money to find a cure for a disease that strikes one in every eight women in our county.”

As we continue through the month of October, Baue will strive to bring awareness to the effects of Breast Cancer and how to take preventive measures. If you are looking for ways to become involved in your communities fight against breast cancer, visit the following links:

 

Susan G. Komen Walk for a Cure

American Cancer Society Making Strides against Breast Cancer

-Gateway to Hope

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