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1. Buddy Baldwin Obituary, of Hollywood, South Carolina – Death
“They say the good die young. I just found out the news and I am speechless. It’s crazy how I just talked to you last week. You and daddy taught me everything I know about baseball. Give him a hug for me coach. R.I.P Buddy Baldwin Gone but never forgotten Praying for your family.” Source
2. Buddy Baldwin Obituary, former Charleston Firefighter – Death
“No matter what Fire Dept you are associated with, when you suffer a loss it affects us all! RIP former Charleston Firefighter Buddy Baldwin! Gone too early my friend, please keep his family in your prayers!” Source
3. James Duncan “Buddy” Baldwin Obituary, resident of 1421 East Cambridge Avenue – Death
James Duncan “Buddy” Baldwin, age 88, passed away on April 22, 2015, at Hospice House. He was a resident of 1421 East Cambridge Avenue and had been married to Mary June Harper Baldwin for the past 60 years. He was the son of Duncan McTyeire Baldwin and Nora McKellar Baldwin, both of whom have passed away, and was born in Greenwood on August 17, 1926. He received his high school diploma from Greenwood High School and his bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering from Clemson College in 1950.
His degree was in agricultural engineering. He had served in the United States Army during World War II and during the Occupation of Japan. After more than 30 years of service, Mr. Baldwin decided to retire from his position as manager of Wright’s Pulpwood Agency. He attended the Mt. Lebanon United Methodist Church regularly throughout his life. Surviving, in addition to his wife of the home, is a daughter, Lynn and husband Ron Sparks of Seneca; a son, Randy and wife Helena Baldwin of Greenwood; a sister, Idalyn Spooner of Franklin, NC; a step-grandson, Brandon Taylor of Greenwood. Full Obituary
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