Tributes
This Memorial Page Established by-Misty Ann Bauer
In Honor Of SPC Joseph Andrew Bauer
Websters Dictionary defines hero as a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his
brave deeds and noble qualities. A person who, in the opinion of others, has heroic qualities or has
performed a heroic act and is regarded as a model or ideal. That is EXACTLY what my husband
SPC Joseph Andrew Bauer is, a hero. On July 24th 2010 while doing route clearance operations in
Afghanistan, my husbands vehicle hit an IED. Joe was killed instantly. Not a day goes by that I don't
think of him. Every day I miss his smile, his smell, his laugh, his entire life. He was full of happiness
and hope, intelligent and handsome. He was an amazing soldier, husband, friend and man. He was
27 at the time of his death. He will never have the chance to be a father, bungee jump or buy a new
motorcycle... all the things he was looking forward to. Remember as you live your daily life, he gave
his up for his country. I want people to remember him, to love him and to appreciate !
his sacrifice and for all he's done for our freedom and our way of life. He will ALWAYS be my hero, I
just want him to be every ones hero.

July 2, 2011
Darren Bertram
In Honor of Josheph Andrew Bauer

January 10, 2011
Ashley Kincer
Misty- Our lives were changed when we heard the news about Joe. We will never look at life the way
we did before. You and Joe's love story is not only beautiful but inspiring to me. I have cherished
each day of my life since you lost your hero. You and Joe have so many beautiful pictures and
memories together and I thank you for sharing those with us. Your strength and courage is
honorable, just like your hero. Thank you Misty. Love ya <3

January 06, 2011
Ava Walls
Thank you!!

January 06, 2011
Crystal Mounts
Misty you are my hero as well as Joe! Your strength is amazing to me! You and Joe are in my heart
always. I Love Ya Girl!! Love, Crystal
SPC Joseph Andrew Bauer
United States Army
KIA 24 July 2010, Afghanistan
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27, of Cincinnati; assigned to 5th Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, 17th Fires Brigade, Joint
Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.; died July 24 in Qalat, Afghanistan, of injuries sustained when
insurgents attacked his military vehicle with an improvised explosive device. Also killed were
Staff Sgt. Conrad A. Mora, Sgt. Daniel Lim and Pfc. Andrew L. Hand.