Cindy Ann Baldwin
1957 - 2020
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Cindy Ann Baldwin, age 63, passed away peacefully surrounded by love at her home in Orland Park Saturday evening, November 14th, 2020. Cindy was born May 20th, 1957, in Chicago, a daughter of the late Kenneth and Mildred Mattes. Cindy was a loving mother of four, and, six years ago, embraced her role as "Grammie". She treasured every moment with her children/grandchildren and inspired them, as she did so many others in her life, with her positive outlook and her selfless love and commitment to family and friends. She is survived by her husband William Charles Baldwin of 41 years, her sister Lynn Sullivan and brother-in-law James Sullivan. Much loved mother to William Kenneth Baldwin, Michael John Baldwin, Elizabeth Ann Axelrod and Timothy Daniel Baldwin; Proud mother-in-law to Michael James Axelrod and Ana Baldwin; Cherished grandmother of Maelin Ann and Caden James Axelrod. She also leaves many other family members and friends who will sadly miss her. Condolences or memories of Cindy are welcomed and may be sent to the family at Donations to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in memory of Cindy will be gratefully appreciated. A celebration of Cindy's life will be announced at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Orland Funeral Home (708) 460-7500 or

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Published in Chicago Tribune on Nov. 22, 2020.
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November 22, 2020
Baldwin family, sorry to hear about your great loss may God be with you at this time of sorrow.. my late sister Maureen (Collopy)Driebergen good friend since childhood now they are back together..
thomas f collopy
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