Regina Baass

Regina Katherine Baass

Sunday, October 6th, 1974 - Monday, July 6th, 2020
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Regina Katherine Baass, R.N., 45, of Victoria, passed away July 6, 2020. She was born October 6, 1974 in Victoria to Allen J. Baass and Jeanette R. Baass, both of Victoria.

She preceded in death by her grandparents Herman and Lillie Baass and Henry G. and Edith Kasper.

In addition to her parents she is survived by her children Xander L. Schwab and Angeline R. Schwab; father to her children Dr. Harold L. Schwab of Corpus Christi; brother Brad (Tara) Baass; nieces Xena, Axis, Phoenix and Lexus and nephew Bradley, all of Victoria as well as several cousins and an uncle and aunt.

Gina graduated in the top ten from Stroman High School. She attended University of Texas in Austin and during this time became top sales person at Steinmart across Texas. Her love of animals led her to be a head Vet Tech caring for critically ill animals assisting in surgery. This led her to become a registered nurse, from ACC in Austin. Soon after she married a military physician and became a mom to two great children. She later moved back to Victoria to be near her family.

Gina was always up for a challenge and wanted to learn to fix anything that was broken. She had a talent for gardens and arts. She scuba dived in Cayman Islands and rode in an ultra lite in Hawaii. Her time outdoors led her to hunt wild hogs and catch big fish. She worked with the cowboys at the ranch. She enjoyed always doing and teaching her children fun things.

Memorial donations in her memory may be made to Dorothy O'Connor pet adoptions.

With heavy hearts we say see you later alligator.

No services are planned at this time due to COVID 19. Thoughts and memories may be shared online at Arrangements and services under the personal care of Grace Funeral Homes & Cemeteries.
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Carol Baass Sowa

Posted at 05:54pm
Dear Allen and Jeanette,
I was saddened to learn of the passing of your lovely daughter. From what has been written, she obviously was an extraordinary woman and I am sorry I did not have the opportunity to know her in person. My heart goes out to you on her untimely loss. I will be keeping you all in my prayers.
With love,
Carol Baass Sowa

Toby Krotzer

Posted at 11:38pm
You taught me a lot and you were right on about everything! The way you make me feel, laugh out loud, you brought me joy to my heart and all around you. I wanted to be like you. But it is hard to be like you, cause I will always miss you. For you I would walk miles and miles, or hills or to the moon, to see you one more time. You are in my heart forever. You are a true friend.
Love Toby

Christina Friel

Posted at 10:56pm
Where to start.... We have talked on the phone a few times and then I finally met you when you came to Wyoming. We had so much fun! I know one thing you wanted to do was take your kids to Yellowstone National Park! You also wanted to pull over so they could play in some snow! You were an amazing mom and I’m so happy we all got to experience this together. Also I know my dad Toby loves you so much! You two were each others rocks. Even through some difficult times you guys stood by each other! My dad will forever miss you! We love you so much! Please watch over him

Ken Callarman

Posted at 03:07pm
To the Baass family,

I think I only met Regina one time, but I have come to appreciate Allen as a businessman and customer. Please accept my condolences. I am sure Regina will be greatly missed.

Ken Callarman

Danielle Pardo

Posted at 01:39pm
I never got to know Ms. Baass, but my son, Daniel, attended the same small school with Alexander. For a time, I also worked at the school as a substitute, so I was frequently in chapel and around campus. I have a very strong memory of Ms. Baass attending chapel with her children, and I remember that she was a very kind, loving mother. She always had an arm around them and showed them affection. I am so very sorry for your loss. I will keep your family in my prayers.

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