Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Homes

Baldwin-Fairchild Cemeteries & Funeral Homes began in 1972 when Richard O. Baldwin, Jr. founded the first Baldwin Funeral Home in the Goldenrod area of Orlando. In 1974, Mr. Baldwin expanded to Altamonte Springs, and in 1978 added All Faiths Memorial Park in Casselberry.

In 1980, Mr. Baldwin again expanded through the acquisition of three additional funeral homes in the Orlando area: Fairchild Funeral Home and Crematory located on Lake Ivanhoe, Bray Funeral Home in Apopka, and Hoequist Funeral Home in Winter Garden. All five of the funeral homes were immediately renamed Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Homes.

Today, following more acquisitions through the years, Baldwin-Fairchild has ten chapel locations and four cemeteries serving all of the Greater Orlando area.

Mr. Baldwin has always believed that families, regardless of their faith, social status or circumstances, deserve unwavering respect and dignity throughout the entire funeral process. It is that principle which has earned the Baldwin-Fairchild group of cemeteries and funeral homes their excellent reputation. At Baldwin-Fairchild, we strive to provide the very finest cemeteries and the most caring ceremonies for each and every family we serve.