Celebrating Over 80 Years of Service

Starting a business in the 1930’s could have been viewed as risky, but Arthur Baue and his partner Clarence Hackmann saw it differently. They settled in St. Charles and began a legacy of service to others. This legacy continues today with Lisa Baue and her son John Baue Devaney.

Learn how we help families create unique services that honor a life. We encourage you to talk with us and your loved ones about your wishes, and how you want to be remembered.

Contact us now to learn more (636) 940-1000 or to request Free Guide to Honoring a Life.

2015

2000

timeline12013 D. Paul Baue, brother to Lisa A. Baue (3rd generation) rejoins the family business as a manager of the Baue Funeral and Memorial Center.

2013 The Center for Hope & Healing is founded and Baue Monuments and Markers is established.

2010 Baue Pet Tribute Center opens

2008 John Devaney (4th generation) joins the family business

2001 Baue conducts community wide memorial for 9/11 victims

1990

timeline21999 Funeral & Memorial Center and Flower & Gift Shop open

1996 Silver & Gold 60+ Club is founded

1979 Lisa A. Baue joins the family business as a funeral director

1970

timeline31972 O’Fallon Funeral Home purchased, formerly Keithly-Davis

1972 Lisa and her Dad David in 1972

1960 David Baue (2nd generation) and Fred Newman purchase St. Charles Memorial Gardens Cemetery

1968 David Baue becomes president

1950

sidebar 41958 Arthur Baue brings first chapter of the Salvation Army to St. Charles

1935

baue hackmanMarch 31, 1935 Arthur C. Baue and his partner Clarence Hackmann open their first funeral home at 326 North Sixth St. under the name of “Hackmann-Baue”.

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