Albert Everett Baumgartner, 67

Albert Everett Baumgartner, 67, of Upper Providence, husband of Nancy (Davison) Baumgartner, passed away Friday, October 27, 2023 at his residence surrounded by his family.

Born in Pottstown, he was the son of the late Albert Herman and Hildegard (Gerspacher) Baumgartner.

As an avid runner, Al ran several marathons and also ran the Philadelphia Broad Street Run for 36 consecutive years. He also enjoyed fixing up cars, and he cherished his blue ‘68 Ford Mustang Fastback. Al was a member of the Black Rock Boat Club and enjoyed waterskiing with fellow members and friends. One of his favorite traditions was water skiing on New Year’s Day. Al was a proud member of the Knights of Columbus and was an active member of the St. Isaac Jogues Church in Wayne, PA. He was best known for his kind and compassionate demeanor, his willingness to help others, and his dedication to his family.

Surviving, along with his wife, are his stepson, David Hawman, husband of Marjorie; son, Stephen Baumgartner; daughters, Kristen and Carolyn Baumgartner; sisters, Maria Smith, wife of Rick, Sylvia Ehling, wife of Ricky, and Anna Stoudt; brother, Thomas Baumgartner; and several nieces and nephews.

Services will be held Friday, November 10, 2023 at 10:00 AM at St. Isaac Jogues, 50 W. Walker Rd., Wayne, PA 19087 with visitation from 9:00-9:45 AM at the church. A private burial will follow at Fernwood Cemetery, Royersford.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Albert’s memory to the American Cancer Society at or the American Heart Association at

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Al was a very great friend to my Mom Tammie & me. Al along with his late dear friend and coworker Ed Torr always took care of us when it came to helping my mom and me at the Devon Mercedes Dealership with her car and any problems with it.

Al was a very kind soul always super nice to his customers and employees and always greeting them with a smile and a heartwarming greeting.

I thank Al very much for always taking care of my Mom and me over the years.

Visiting Mercedes dealership next time will not be the same without his friendly smile, warm greetings and kind heart.

My condolences, prayers and thoughts are with his wife and the rest of his family too.

Rest In Peace Al say hi to Ed from my Mom and me too.

~ Tyler Quinn BRYN MAWR, PA
1/18/2024 1:19:39 PM

So sorry,Al was our salesman and more importantly, a friend.Great man that will be deeply missed

~ Marty Moore KNG OF PRUSSA, PA
11/29/2023 9:24:34 AM

Nancy, so very very sorry - thinking of you and family with this loss…. Gods peace and care to you and all that loved him.

~ Douglas and Dawn Van Nice
11/7/2023 10:49:14 PM

Nancy I am so very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers, we are thinking of you and pray that you're surrounded by support and love to get you through this difficult time.
Love, the Ryan family.

~ Sue (Kobeski)Ryan
11/5/2023 6:03:26 PM

Nancy, we are so very sorry to hear this. Our hearts go out to you and your family, and may your fond memories of him give you peace…

~ Heather Hurley Bradenton, FL
11/4/2023 5:38:59 PM

He was a great guy. Treated everyone with respect.

~ Wendy Peck Spring City, PA
11/3/2023 9:24:50 PM

Nancy and Family, you have our most sincere condolences. So sorry for your loss!!! If you need anything, I’m here for you!!!

~ Jerry Moore
11/2/2023 3:50:34 PM

Rivers Bend will not be the same without Albert Baumgartner. He was a great friend and neighbor, we will miss him dearly—our thoughts and condolences to his wife and children. RIP Al!

~ DeSantis Family
10/31/2023 4:59:34 PM

I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of uncle Albert. It's difficult to find the right words in moments like these, but please know that my heart goes out to you and your entire family.

Uncle Albert was a remarkable man, and his absence will be felt by all who had the privilege of knowing him. He had a kind and gentle spirit that touched the lives of those around him. His infectious laughter, warm smile, and wise words always brought comfort and joy to any gathering. He had a way of making everyone feel valued and loved, and his presence brightened even the darkest of days.

I will forever treasure the memories I have of Uncle Albert. From the endless stories he shared during family gatherings to the advice he offered that helped shape my perspective on life, his wisdom and guidance were truly invaluable. He was not just an uncle but also a mentor, a confidant, and a friend.

As we mourn the loss of Uncle Albert, let us remember the incredible legacy he leaves behind. His kindness, compassion, and unwavering love will continue to inspire us all. May his memory be a source of strength and comfort during this difficult time.

Please know that I am here for you and your family. If there is anything I can do to offer support or if you simply need someone to talk to, please don't hesitate to reach out. Remember that grieving is a personal journey, and it's important to take the time you need to heal.

Sending you all my deepest condolences, love, and prayers. May Uncle Albert rest in eternal peace, knowing that he was cherished and will forever be remembered.

~ Matthew Baumgartner
10/31/2023 4:02:54 PM

I am so sorry to hear of Albert’s passing. Albert was well respected by all and a sweet, kindhearted man. A loving, devoted husband, father and brother and friend. My deepest condolences to all for your loss. May he rest in eternal peace ??????

~ Shelly
10/31/2023 2:53:44 PM

so sorry to hear about albert, he was a good man

~ barry watson fresno, CA
10/31/2023 1:53:23 PM

Sorry for the loss of your brother, rip Albert

~ Darlene Chuck Royersford, PA
10/31/2023 1:40:34 PM

Words can't express my condolences...Al was an amazing man, will be greatly sorry

~ Christine Candello
10/30/2023 7:35:25 PM

Warm and loving man who raised a kind and caring son, Stephen, whom I know well. I had the pleasure of purchasing a car from him as well and he truly demonstrated care and constant support throughout the process. He will be greatly missed and remembered for years to come. May you RIP Al.

~ Shauna Hoopes Royersford, PA
10/30/2023 6:43:50 PM

Didn't know Mr Al as well as I would have liked but what I did know of him he seemed to be family first and then everything else, that's all a husband and father should strive to be. So sorry for the loss of Mr Al.

~ Nicky Monroe, NC
10/30/2023 4:49:47 PM