OBITUARY

Charles Ronald Baldridge

January 28, 1946June 29, 2020

Charles Ronald Baldridge was born on January 28, 1946 and passed away on June 29, 2020 and is under the care of Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home.

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Joe Taylor

July 13, 2020

Me and old “Pud” that was his nickname back in the late 50’s & 60’s. We were the best of friends, during the summer months we played all day at logwashhole , flat rock, & Gregg park.We would walk to Vaucluse to swim and play with those ladies and walk and run back to our little mill village. We came up hard but we didn’t know it. We had all we needed in our little mill village. During the school years we played sports, double dated and occasionally got in a little trouble, but big brother Glenn had our back. We ran away from home one time at the age of 10 to join the circus in the lovely state of Florida.We made it passed Rainbow Falls that day and that night it rained & it rained along with a lot of lightning. We toughed it out and came upon an old house tucked way back in the woods the next morning. Mr & Mrs Baker lived there ,they went to St. John with my family. Well, she had a fit and made Mr Baker take us back to our little mill village, Big brother Glenn wasn’t much help this time. I had a lot of Mother Dots good southern cooking and loved listening to Mr Homer story’s after he got in that Mason jar. Time moves on, we sort of went our separate ways after high school. God bless you my old mill village friend. RIP!

Todd Baldridge

July 13, 2020

I have lots of good memories from my Uncle Ronnie. His friends always ask me about him even today. Got my first car from him when I was 15. It was always a good time when he came home for a visit with family and friends. I will forever miss him.

Gerald Busbee

July 13, 2020

I was very sorry at hearing about Ronnie’s passing. The picture reminded me of the way he looked when I was growing up. It also made me remember how he sounded when he laughed. Lot’s of good memories. Sorry for your loss.

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