FORMER MARKET CO-OWNER, 98 Hannah Lipkin Baer, 98, former food market co-owner, died Wednesday at her Pennsauken home.

A Pennsauken resident for the last 10 years, she previously resided in Philadelphia for four years and Miami Beach for 20 years.

Born in Philadelphia, she was raised in Camden, where she was a 1918 graduate of Camden High School.

Along with her husband, the late Bernard Baer, Mrs. Baer owned Baer's Markets in East Camden in the 1920s, and later in Miami. She also had been active in real estate and several other retail businesses in Key West, Fla.

She had been an active member of B'nai Zion Synagogue in Key West. In Miami, she was a past president of the Organization for Rehabilitation through Training, and was active in Hadassah and the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary.

She is survived by two brothers, Herman Lipkin, a Brooklawn pharmacist for 50 years, and Retired U.S. Bankrupty Court Judge William Lipkin; a sister, Lillian Lipkin; three nieces; and many great-nephews and great-nieces.

She was the widow of Bernard Baer.

Graveside services will take place at 11 a.m. today in Crescent Burial Park, Section E., Route 130 and Westfield Avenue, Pennsauken.

Memorial donations may be made to the Jewish Geriatric Home, 3025 Chapel Ave. W., Cherry Hill, N.J. 08002.