Paul Baum Obituary, Death – A convenience store that was very well-liked by its customers had a distinctive front window that set it apart from the other stores in the area, but that window has now been removed. Yesterday, at the age of 93, “Grandpa” Paul Baum, who was the person most responsible for the creation of Grandpa’s Cheese Barn in Ashland, passed away. Everyone referred to him as “Grandpa,” and at that point in time, Grandpa Baum’s health had been deteriorating for a number of years.

People who are traveling between Cleveland and Columbus commonly stop at Grandpa’s Cheese Barn, which can be found at 668 US-250 and is a well-known rest stop along the highway that connects the two cities. Throughout all of these years, having their leadership and presence has been a source of blessing for us. The statement that was posted by the retail institution and made available on its official Facebook page states, “The Lord has a higher purpose and has taken him home for Christmas.”

Additionally, it was revealed in the statement that was made after his passing that Paul Baum had recently celebrated his 73rd wedding anniversary on December 4, just four days before he passed away. This information was included in the statement that was made following his passing. This information was divulged in the statement that was released after his passing away. Because this information was thought to be significant after his demise, it was included in the statement that was made public after he passed away.

Richard and Ronda Poorbaugh had only recently gotten married when they opened their store in 1978. At the time, they were still in the honeymoon phase of their relationship. Since that time, it has received a lot of attention due to the fact that in addition to candies such as chocolate and buckeyes, it also sells a broad variety of cheeses. This feature has helped it to stand out from the competition. Ronda’s paternal grandfather was affectionately referred to by his family as “Grandpa” Baum.