Megan Bauer Obituary – Megan Marie Bauer Stejskal, age 33, of Lutsen, MN, died out of the blue on Wednesday, March.
27, 2013, in Bayfield, Wisconsin.
Megan was conceived in Grand Rapids, MN, on May 3, 1979, to John Bauer and Janeen “Bobbie” Kleffman.
She experienced childhood in Grand Rapids and moved on from Grand Rapids High School. While in secondary school
Megan was a team promoter, appreciated serious skating, played piano, and was on the cross-country ski Group. She went to Bemidji State University and finished her training at the University of
Wisconsin, Stout, with a degree in Social Work.
Megan lived in Eau Claire, WI, for a long time while wedded to Sam Stejskal. She worked for a reception
Organization in St. Paul, MN, during that time. Later she moved back to Grand Rapids, MN and worked for
North Homes, Inc., furthermore, later for Children’s Mental Health. After that, Megan moved to Grand Marais,
MN where she at present worked for the Human Development Center (HDC) as a Mental Health
Expert. During the summers, she worked at the Lutsen fairway. Megan chipped in her time.
At the neighborhood network radio broadcast, WTIP.
Regardless of anything else, Megan adored and appreciated her little girl. She cherished her loved ones and contacted them.
Every one of us with her delightful grin, motivating composition, and most recently discovered photography ability. She
was attracted to Lake Superior and cherished climbing the path around Grand Marais and regularly told about her
Natural life experiences. Megan likewise wanted to peruse, golf, and appreciated music, mainly shows in Grand.
Marais, Duluth, and the KAXE Mississippi River Festival Grand Rapids, MN.
Megan is made due by her little girl, Cecilia, sibling, Max Bauer, Grand Rapids, MN, her folks John.
Bauer and Janeen “Bobbie” Kleffman of Grand Rapids, MN, grandma, Shirley Kleffman of Grand
Rapids, MN, incredible grandma, and numerous aunties, uncles, and cousins.
A Memorial Mass will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 11, 2013, at the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in
Impressive Rapids, MN with Fr. Jerry Weiss is administering. The appearance will be held one hour preceding the administration at
The congregation on Thursday. Remembrances might be given to the family.