OBITUARY

Stanley Baldwin Baldridge

July 13, 1927May 30, 2019
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Stanley Baldwin Baldridge was born July 13,1927 in Lyford, Texas to Henry and Dorothy Baldridge. He served his country in the United States Army. He met and married Patsy and together they had two children. He was an avid fisherman and an amazing gardener who could grow anything especially friendship's. His family was very important to him; he enjoyed a "good happy hour"! He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

He is preceded in death by his parents; a sister Betty Pendergraft; his loving wife Patsy; two son in laws David Talkington and Reno DeLeon.

He is survived by his daughter's Becky DeLeon and Cindy Talkington; his grandchildren Mark DeLeon and wife Debra; Christopher DeLeon and wife Enjoli; David DeLeon and wife Cindy; Michael Dodson and wife Jennifer; Elizabeth Talkington and D.J. Pritchard along with thirteen great- grandchildren.

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Vernon Kennedy

June 6, 2019

Stan was a great guy and a really good friend for many, many years.

Dick Baucum

June 4, 2019

Uncle Stanley taught me so much about kindness and serving others with a smile. I remember him taking me out back of his house long ago before the area was filled up with houses. He wanted to teach me how to shoot a shotgun, and he had a pesky rabbit that, I suppose had been eating his lettuce. Unfortunately, he only brought two shells. He winged that sucker and left me to finish him off. Being my first shot with a shotgun, a twelve gauge at that, had to take a stick and...well, let's just say that we made a memory that day. I ever enjoyed listening to Uncle Stanley share memories of growing up with mom. To listen to him was to walk down memory lane. This man will be truly missed by so many of us who knew and loved him. He was no flash in the pan. He was the real deal. I love you Uncle Stanley. RIP

LARRY TYLER

May 31, 2019

I always looked forward to meeting with my neighbor and friend at the back fence. For the last 28 years, always a warm hand shake and a big smile. I’m going to miss Stan.

Eileen & Donnie Tyler

May 31, 2019

We met Stanley and the Amarillo guys at toledo bend when they came to fish some 25 years ago. Instantly drawn in by his sweet and loving manner. We came some 10 hours to the august party for many years and came to know Becky and Cindy and love them so much. I will miss talking to Stan and telling him "I just love you" which we both got a kick out of. God made a very special man when he made Stanley.

Tina Cook

May 31, 2019

My favorite memory is staying the summer with Uncle Stanley and Aunt Patsy and Uncle Stanley teaching me to fly fish and how many fish I caught. And him teaching me to dive off of a diving board when we stayed at a motel on our way to the camp ground. The best summer ever.

Linda Jones

May 31, 2019

Always remember Stan singing Waltz Across Texas and being a such a nice person .Our prayers for your family

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