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Freddie Baldwin

3 octobre 195710 janvier 2021
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Freddie Baldwin, 63, of Anderson, IN departed this life Sunday, January 10, 2021 in Indianapolis. He was born October 3, 1957 in Columbus, Indiana.

Freddie “Big Daddy” Baldwin was a kind and gentle soul who loved his family, friends and his music. He enjoyed following IU basketball and football, and rarely missed an Indianapolis Colts game. He was happiest though, in front of an audience playing his music. Freddie was an accomplished musician who played and sang the blues and classic rock at countless venues over the years throughout central Indiana. His natural ability to play virtually any instrument was truly amazing. Freddie also loved putting his thoughts and experiences into writing his own music. He was preceded in death by his father, Freddie A. Baldwin. Freddie is survived by his loving daughters, Wendy Mathis, Amy Baldwin and Renee Watring; Granddaughters, Ginny and Madeline Mathis and Kayleigh Bowman; his beloved parents, Russell and Janice Bauman; his dear siblings, Lori Smith, Rodney Baldwin, Alex (Jeanne) Baldwin, Russell J. Bauman, Chris Bauman and James (Jess) Bauman as well as a host of dear friends and extended family.

Visitation for Freddie will begin at 1:00 pm on Friday, January 15th at St. Pius X Catholic Church (7200 Sarto Drive in Indianapolis) and conclude at time of services at 2:00 pm. Private interment follows at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. Live streaming of Freddie’s funeral service will be available at: Facebook.com/spxparishindy

Memorial contributions are suggested in his name to: Hopewell Center Home (where Freddie had worked): 5325 Main St, Anderson, IN 46013 or to Musicians Foundation Inc. at www.musiciansfoundation.org

Please visit www.leppertmortuary.com to share memories of Freddie and condolences with his family.

Services

  • Visitation

    vendredi, 15 janvier , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    vendredi, 15 janvier , 2021

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Cathy Piper Russell

15 janvier , 2021

Freddie, you were my brother in law a long time you were a great man and you will be dearly missed especially by my sister. Always loved....

Paula Foster

15 janvier , 2021

I am Freddie’s cousin, I remember him taking me sledding at Tannehill in Taylorsville. We always had a blast even when I hit a tree, he said to me”your alright let’s do it again “. I loved you then and will love you forever. Rest In Peace my cousin.

John and Chichi Guy

14 janvier , 2021

Jan and Russ. We have so many wonderful memories of you and your family. Best to you in all things.

John and Chichi

Leah Gail Henderson

12 janvier , 2021

Will always cherish the way we grew up. Don't know if you were trying to keep me safe or instigating the things I did as a child. Fly with with the angels. Sing again for the family there in heaven. Our new Guardian Angel. Miss you cousin. Always in my heart till we meet again.

Sharon Karr

12 janvier , 2021

I experienced Freddie as a deep human being and he had a special place in my heart. He was an inspiration to me over the past few years as he endured long suffering with grace. I hope special Angel's have met him and that they are making beautiful music together.

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Family Christmas at Freddie’s house

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Getting together to watch the game!

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Freddie and Molly

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RJ’s 50th Birthday at the Slippery Noodle

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Family Christmas at Freddie’s house

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Getting together to watch the game!

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Freddie and Molly

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RJ’s 50th Birthday at the Slippery Noodle

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Biographie

Freddie Baldwin,
63, of Anderson, IN departed this life Sunday, January 10, 2021 in Indianapolis.
He was born October 3, 1957 in Columbus, Indiana.

Freddie “Big Daddy” Baldwin was a kind and gentle soul who loved his family, friends and his music. He enjoyed following IU basketball and football, and rarely missed an Indianapolis Colts game. He was happiest though, in front of an audience playing his music. Freddie was an accomplished musician who played and sang the blues and classic rock at countless venues over the years throughout central Indiana. His natural ability to play virtually any instrument was truly amazing. Freddie also loved putting his thoughts and experiences into writing his own music.

He was preceded in death by his father, Freddie A. Baldwin. Freddie is survived by his loving daughters, Wendy Mathis, Amy Baldwin and Renee Watring; Granddaughters, Ginny and Madeline Mathis and Kayleigh Bowman; his beloved parents, Russell and Janice Bauman; his dear siblings, Lori Smith, Rodney Baldwin, Alex (Jeanne) Baldwin, Russell J. Bauman, Chris Bauman and James (Jess) Bauman as well as a host of dear friends and extended family.

Visitation for Freddie will begin at 1:00 pm on Friday, January 15th at St. Pius X Catholic Church (7200 Sarto Drive in Indianapolis) and conclude at time of services at 2:00 pm. Private interment follows at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. Live streaming of Freddie’s funeral service will be available at: Facebook.com/spxparishindy

Memorial contributions are suggested in his name to: Hopewell Center Home (where Freddie had worked): 5325 Main St, Anderson, IN 46013 or to Musicians Foundation Inc. at www.musiciansfoundation.org

Please visit www.leppertmortuary.com to share memories of Freddie and condolences with his family.