- September 7, 1930 - January 17, 2010
- Columbus, Georgia
of Paul's Passing
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“David & Family,
Sorry to hear about the loss of your father. You're Dad was one of a kind, he always made me laugh.
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“Dear Anne, Laura and David,
I am so sorry about the passing of your father. I have many wonderful memories of him. My prayers are with all of you.
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2 of 3 | Posted by: Tara Crimin - Redondo Beach, CA
“David, Laura, and Anne,
I am so sorry to hear about Paul's death. I know he will be missed. You are in my prayers.
Michelle Corley Lott and Family
3 of 3 | Posted by: Michelle Corley Lott - Columbus, GA
Mr. Paul Fredrick Bumann, 79, of Columbus Georgia, passed away Sunday January 17th at St. Francis Hospital. Funeral Services will be held Friday January 22nd 2009 at Fort Mitchell National Cemetery at 2:30. P.M. EST. With Reverend J. Gerard Schreck officiating .The family will receive friends Thursday evening from 6:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M., at Vance Brooks Funeral Home 40 48 Macon Road Columbus, Ga. 31907.
Paul Fredrick Bumann was born Sunday September 7, 1930 to the late Paul Asmos Bumann and Pauline Bumann, in South Bend Indiana. He attended college at Notre Dame, where he was captain of the golf team. He then enlisted in the U.S. Army and was assistant golf pro at Ft. Benning. Paul later moved to Brunswick Ga. there he took on the position of Head Golf pro for the Brunswick Country Club. He then returned home to Ft. Benning as Head Golf Pro, He was also head pro at Green Island Country Club for 12 years. Later Paul became Golf Director at Callaway Gardens, He was also a Trick Shot Expert and earned the nick name The Clown Prince of Golf while doing his trick shows. Paul was also a member of the PGA.
After a long life of making a career out of his favorite hobby, Paul retired but when given the opportunity he was giving golf lessons and sharing stories about his pastime.
Other than his parents Paul was preceded in death by his sister Kathleen Patterson.
Survivors include Paul’s former wife, Anne Twilley Bumann, daughter Laura Rudy and husband Scott of Huntsville, AL, son David Bumann and wife Meredith of Pensacola FL.; Grandchildren Paul Jesse Bumann and John David Bumann.
Paul Bumann was loving father, grandfather and a truly talented man who leaves his family with great memories to be shared for years to come
Vance-Brooks Funeral Home