Henry C. Baldridge

August 25, 1923February 22, 2010

Henry C. Baldridge age 86 died on Monday February 22, 2010 at Martin Memorial Medical Center, Stuart, Florida. Henry was born August 25, 1923 in Paintsville, Kentucky. Henry was predeceased by his wives the late Ruby and the late Ruth (Ginger), and a son the late Harold Baldridge. Henry is survived by his children William (Terry) Baldridge of Ray, Michigan and Cheryl (Al) Maluzhinsky of Madison Heights, Michigan, Henry is also survived by 9 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren, his sister Mildred (DewyEarl) Music of Paintsville, Kentucky and his companion Gerry Highfield. Visitation Friday 2:30 - 8:00 p.m. with a Masonic Memorial Service 7:30 p.m., funeral services Saturday 12:00 p.m. at Edward Swanson & Son Funeral Home 30351 Dequindre Madison Heights, Michigan. Burial Acacia Park Cemetery Beverly Hills, Michigan. Henry was a long time resident of Madison Heights, Michigan, he has lived in Clinton Township for the past 11 years and spent the winter in Jensen Beach, Florida. Henry was the former owner of Madison Heights Transmission Shop from 1955-1976. Henry was a member of the Shriners, Masons, Moose and Eagles. Memorials to Shriners Hospital for Children 2800 Rocky Point Dr. Tampa, Florida 33607.


  • Funeral Home Location Saturday, February 27, 2010

Henry C. Baldridge

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Pat Pearson

February 27, 2010

Curly was always a man to be counted on. I remember as a youngster when my Dad, Charlie Hodges, was out of town working. Curly was my mom's "back up." I knew that we could always call him and he would be there to help out. Ruth and Charlie counted as one of their best experiences a month in Florida with Curly. They laughed about making a game out of hunting the best and cheapest buffet each day. Curly knew how to find the good food and fun venues! My folks cherished all the Shriner events shared with Curly; the balls, the circus. His tireless charity work for the Shriner's Hospitals benefited so many children and their families. Even in his older days, he put out the effort. He ignored his own pain to make it better for others. Bravo Curly. A life well lived, you made your mark on this World. You will be missed. Our sympathy goes with his family and friends.

Ray and Carol Alderdice

February 26, 2010

We will all miss Curly. All that knew him loved him. Best story teller. Best friend to Curt and Sally. We were all lucky to have known him. He was like an uncle to our family. Our condolences go to his family.