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Brian Michael Baldwin

1993 - 2017

Brian Michael Baldwin, 23, of Kenosha passed away on June 7, 2017.

Born in Williamsburg, Va., on July 24, 1993.

He is the son of Glenn A. Baldwin and Mary A. Larson a native of Kenosha. Brian graduated from Tremper High School. He worked a couple jobs in his young life, but mostly the last eight months was with Amazon and before with Greskoviak Rentals for 2.5 years.

Brian was a wonderful young man, full of promise. A kind, truely chivalrous man filled with empathy and compassion. He had a passion and love for working on Honda Turbo powered cars, and the community of those like him with those same interests. He touched the lives of far more than he and surely even his family could have even imagined, but we arent surpized by that for we knew Brian was someone special. The outpouring and beautiful stories of his kindness, and silly goofy ways, and things he would do just to make someone's day brighter that are flooded across facebook give us moments of peace. He truely was one of "The Good Guys" on this old earth.

Brian is survived by his father, Glenn Baldwin and Jodi Van Wie of Kenosha; his mother, Mary Larson of Kenosha; his sister, Casie L. Baldwin of Nokomis, Fla.; his brother, Adrian Tomblin of Ocala, Fla., and his girlfriend, Daisy Becerril of Waukegan Ill.

"Go rest high on that mountian, your work son on earth is done, go rest high on that mountian, with the Father and The Son." (Quoted from a song of Vince Gill.) We all miss you "Littlefoot" you are loved by more than you or we could have ever imagined. You brought light to this old world, when so much darkness is present, and we were blessed to have had our time with you.





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Published in Kenosha News from Jun. 13 to Jun. 14, 2017.
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June 14, 2017
Glenn so very sorry for your loss.
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