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12/06/14 12:14 PM #1    

Harry X. Eisenberg (1966)

Joe founded, organized, & led the A.C. band . His presence  at A.C. made a HUGE DIFFERENCE IN GIVING THE SCHOOL A MUCH BETTER ATMOSPHERE THAN IT OTHERWISE WOULD HAVE HAD!!! HE REALLY MATTERED, & MADE A DIFFERENCE, & HIS PRESENCE HAD AN IMPACT ON ALL OF US!!!!!!  HOPEFULLY,WE CAN ALL BE TOGETHER IN THE NEXT LIFE!!!!!!

BEST REGARDS TO EVERYONE HERE,

HARRY EISENBERG


01/23/15 09:49 AM #2    

Harry X. Eisenberg (1966)

Joe founded, organized, & led the AC band. His presence at AC made a huge difference & greatly enhanced our lives!Warmest regards to everyone here!

Harry Eisenberg


01/26/15 11:40 AM #3    

Dean Smith (1964)

Joe Bauer called on me to be the pianist for the first formation of the "AC Big Band" in 1964, even though I really did not want to get involved in music at that time. His zeal for making the band a quality group to entertain and serve others held me captive for the next three years. The rewards were life-changing for me, and I received more than I gave, because Joe gave all of us so much. The band's standard closing number at dances was "Thanks for the Memories."  When I think of Joe Bauer, I can say fondly, "Thanks, Joe, for some great memories!"


02/27/15 11:53 AM #4    

Dick C. Quincer (1965)

Over 44 years, I enjoyed a genuine friendship with Joe Bauer... an exceptional talent and a rare person that I considered a personal brush with greatness. He exposed band members to hundreds of memorable, life enriching opportunities. Dances, ball games, graduations and special events...8-12 hours a week, all year long, the band played on. On the road with The Big Band...great food, the best accommodations, and outrageous experiences...what a deal! San Francisco, Dallas, New Orleans, Nashville, Cincinnati, recording at Capitol Records, WSM-TV, playing the Hollywood Palladium, Disneyland, Coney Island, Squaw Valley, Cocoanut Grove...and points in between. The band had a tight sound and I always believed that due to Joesph’s leadership and enthusiasm, we often played beyond our capabilities.

I worked hundreds of hours closely with Joe in the early years of television, picking and stringing film for programs that he directed and edited. Joe interviewed a parade of people deemed to be the top in their field whether in Science, Politics, Arts or Humanities. Those filmed interviews were weighty, valuable contributions to the programs that put Ambassador in the big leagues of TV programing in our field. I always admired the lack of comprehension Joe possessed when it came to the word “NO” and the depth of his inability to understand the phrase, “It can't be done”! There is so much more that could be said...

I think of Joseph C Bauer with respect, appreciation and great memories that always bring a smile!

Dick Quincer


09/17/15 11:51 AM #5    

Harry X. Eisenberg (1966)

Joe Bauer was a very special man, who played a major role in making our lives at AC fun, lively,& exciting. I hope we can all LIVE IT UP together in the next world!

With the fondest memories of Joe,

Warmest regards to all here!

Harry Eisenberg


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