From Ed Hoganformer board member of Baptist Center for Ethics I knew Babs from Baylor, BGCT, Texas Baptists Committed, and Baptists Center for Ethics. She was always so warm and engaging. She also had a great gift of hospitality. She hosted a board meeting one time in her home. I shared of my respect for […]
From Helen Moore MontgomeryLay Leader, Central Seminary Board Babs loved us well & our love was returned ten fold!
From Brian KaylorEditor & President, Word&Way We are grateful for the financial support and encouragement Babs Baugh and her family’s foundation have provided for years to Word&Way. Without such support, it’s quite likely we would not still be here today informing and inspiring Baptists. I am thankful for her vision to support Baptist journalism, which […]
Members and friends of the Baptist History and Heritage Society mourn the death of Barbara Nell “Babs” Baugh earlier this week in San Antonio, Texas from complications related to Parkinson’s Disease. As President of the Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation, she supported a variety of progressive Baptist ministries and institutions, including the BHHS. Executive […]
By Todd D. Still, Truett Seminary Babs Baugh was a good, gracious friend to many, including me. I will miss her smile, warmth, and wit. My prayers, along with those of the Baylor and Truett family, are with you and your family in these days of grief and loss. The memorial article you have shared […]
From Amanda Tyler, Executive Director, BJC My heart is heavy today as I, along with many in the Baptist community, grieve the passing of Babs Baugh. But, my heart is also full of gratitude for a life of inspiration and encouragement. Babs was a force — a force of love, tenacity, generosity, humor, spunk, joy […]
By Marv Knox Heaven became a happier, funnier, more joyful place early in the morning of June 14, when Babs Baugh joined the heavenly chorus. Most likely, she started choreographing dance steps to enliven divine music. Across almost eight decades, Babs sparked joy and laughter and purpose wherever she traveled and in the lives of […]