Anthony Dean Bauguss, 48, of Cornelius, North Carolina passed away on Tuesday, November 3 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem.
Dean was born April 7, 1972 in Lexington, North Carolina to Donald Ray Bauguss and the late Priscilla Johnson Bauguss.
In addition to his angelic mother, he was preceded in death by his precious grandmothers, Sallie Fay Johnson and Helen Eveleen Bauguss.
Surviving along with his loving father are his faithful and loving fur baby, Deacon and his siblings: older, forgetful brother Darin and his lunch lady wife, Angie of Lexington, old and decrepit sister Samantha of Cornelius, and younger but white-haired sister Jennifer Patricia of Lexington. He is also survived by 8 nieces and nephews: cake baker Jessica Denise and husband Chad, “What’s up Doc?” Katelyn Victoria and husband David, musical Kimberly Kelly Michelle, tech savvy Aaron Nathaniel, mini me Cameron Alexander, avocado-lime wrap extraordinaire Hannah Elizabeth, rising superstar Matthew Christopher, YouTube sensation Evan Alexander; 3 great-nephews: Michael David, John Carter, Finley Thomas, 2 great-nieces: Lucy Imogene, Elizabeth Denise; friends of over 20 years: Penny Hare Taylor, Leila Maria Kuri “Barnyard,” Allison Chrapek, Beth Binder; and a number of extended family.
Dean graduated from North Davidson High School in 1990. He worked as a Senior Project Manager in Charlotte. His hobbies included deejaying, attending concerts, and all-things music, movies, big city life, Wake Forest Demon Deacons, and Appalachian State University football. Dean enjoyed food and was an excellent cook, earning the nickname Chef Boyardeano.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, all donations should be made to Trellis Supportive Care 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC 27103.
A special thank you for the loving care he received from the 9th floor team at Forsyth Medical Center as well as the incredible staff of the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home at Trellis Supportive Care.
We at Davie Burial and Cremation Services of Lexington are honored to be serving the Bauguss family. Online condolences may be left at www.daviefunerallexington.com
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