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Charles Baldwin

Charles Raymond "Chuck" Baldwin

March 13, 1949 - January 19, 2020
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Charles Raymond “Chuck” Baldwin, 70, of Arnold, MD, passed away peacefully on January 19, 2020, several months after being diagnosed with cancer.

Chuck was born on March 13, 1949 to George and Anna Baldwin in Baltimore, MD. After graduating from Northeast High School in 1967, Chuck served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Thailand during the Vietnam War. Upon his return, he began his career working for the local telephone company, Bell Atlantic/C&P/Verizon. He retired after 32 years of service and then he worked part-time for Severna Park Flowers and for What’s Up Magazine for several years.

Chuck met the love of his life, Kerry Ann Adkins, marrying in 1973 and going on to have three children, Tiffani, Mark and Dustin. Chuck’s love and adoration for Kerry was palpable and continued to grow over the years, along with their faith in God together.

Chuck’s family meant more to him than anything else in the world. He volunteered for all of his children’s activities. He coached soccer, basketball, and baseball for his two sons, Mark and Dustin for many years. And this past spring, he had the privilege of coaching baseball with his son, Dustin, for his grandson, Brendan. He loved this so much. In the 80s and 90s he could also be found at Annapolis Summer Garden Theater with his daughter, Tiffani and son, Mark. He would run the sound and lights, worked backstage, and helped build sets. Anything that needed to be done, he did. He wanted to be part of whatever his children were involved in. This same selfless spirit carried on as he cared for his grandkids. He was quite the performer himself especially when handed a microphone, whether it was karaoke or emceeing church events. While a Deacon at New Covenant church, he could even be found building the manger for the live Nativity scenes each year.

Anyone who knew Chuck, knew that he was the most loving father, grandfather, and husband a family could ask for. He always put others before himself. He had many health issues over the years, with several surgeries, and yet never complained. His faith in the Lord was his Rock. Anyone who knew him instantly loved his heart, his beautiful smile, and his comedic ways.

Chuck was predeceased by his mother and father, George and Anna; brother, Tommy; and his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Charles and Mattie Adkins. He is survived by his loving wife, Kerry Ann; his three devoted children, Tiffani Tendell (Jason) and their son, William; Mark (Lindsey) and their children, Lily and Owen; and Dustin (Melissa) and their children Emily, Brendan and a baby girl due in May; his brother-in-law, Terry Adkins; sister-in-law, Sue Centurelli (Paul); niece, Jodi Hissong (Brian) and their children, Reid, Marlo and Hayes; niece, Ashley Mackel (Michael) and their children, Morgan and Molly and Chuck’s deceased brother’s children, Kimberly Tippett and Michael Baldwin.

There will be a Celebration of Life memorial held on Saturday, January 25 at 11am at CrossPointe Church, 365 Jones Station Road, Arnold, MD. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages donations to CrossPointe Church in Arnold in Chuck Baldwin’s name. Donation may be be made online by visiting https://crosspointemd.org/connect/#giving

Online condolences and tributes may be offered using the link at the top of this page.

“Well done, good and faithful servant!”
Matthew 25:23
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    Saturday, January 25th, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, January 25th, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    CrossPointe Church
    Address
    365 Jones Station Road
    ARNOLD, MD 21012
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Wayne Price

Posted at 10:28am
Dear Kerry, ,
I've had the privilege of knowing you both almost from the beginning of your relationship as I would visit from the Academy and spend weekends with you and Chuck. You both were always so welcoming, peaceful, fun and full of life! Its a joy you have both had that exceeds normal human capacity and its roots were in our Lord Jesus Christ. We also had numerous years to be in the area with our growing family and again you all were such a source of loving friendship and a source for us in how we wanted to raise our kids! Even now living afar its always a joy to remain in touch and care for one another, in good times and bad. Chuck was such a blessing to our entire family and I am sure friends alike. While there is sorrow in our loss of Chuck, there is a great peace knowing his glorification has occurred and we will see him again as we are also called home. We loved Chuck and each of you always and are praying for each of you during this time. Wayne, Cristy, Brett, Patrick, Courtney and all the Price family.
DB

Debbie Barber-Eaton

Posted at 03:47pm
Thinking of all of Chuck's family. My sincere condolences. --Debbie Barber-Eaton
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Patricia Trent

Posted at 07:00am
Kerry and Family,
I Am Heartbroken to hear of the loss of your Wonderful husband (and father/grandfather) Chuck💔
I know you will All Truly Miss his absence but let your faith in the Lord hold you forever close in your hearts and memories as he lived and loved his life surrounded by So Much Joy and Happiness you bestowed upon him❤️
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Sue Centurelli

Posted at 10:26am
Chuck was the best brother-in-law anyone could have. He was always there for you, happy, and extremely devoted to his family. We are going to miss him forever.
Sue and Paul

Maureen Czebotar

Posted at 10:09pm
Much love and sympathy to Kerry, Tiffani, Mark and Dustin as well as all the grandchildren. We love and care for you.
Sincerely, Maureen Czebotar and family
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