David-Baird-Obituary

David E. Baird

South Greensburg, Pennsylvania

1954 - 2019

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David E. Baird, 64, of South Greensburg, died Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019, in UPMC Shadyside, Pittsburgh. He was born Nov. 23, 1954, in Greensburg, a son of the late Garrie Glenn Baird and Flora Mae (DeFloria) Miller. He had been a cement mason. He was a member of the AMS Club, of South Greensburg, and...

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It is with heartfelt sympathy and sorrow that I express my condolences regarding David.
He was a great man. I pray that God comforts you and gives you strength through this very sad time.
Lovingly,
Mimi Chinnici Szakos

Dave was a part of our family for nearly as long as I can remember. As years passed in my childhood, it was clear that he was there for me like only a Dad can be. It didn't take long before I would say that he WAS my Dad. And years later he became the Pap to my children. He was loved beyond words and his laughter still echoes in my memories. I will cherish the time I had with him forever and only wish that I could have been there for him in the end. But no one can take away the many many...

My thoughts & prayers are with Dave's family & friends at this difficult time. I have many fond memories of growing up with Dave in Skidmore. Playing electric guitars in our bedroom when we were kids with my brother Kevin on the drums as we rocked the house! Chatting with Dave at the Hilltop Club & reminiscing. It's these memories that l will keep & cherish. RIP my friend, your battle is finally over. You will be missed.

My thoughts & prayers are with Dave's family & friends at this difficult time. I have many fond memories of growing up with Dave in Skidmore. Playing electric guitars in our bedroom with my brother Kevin on the drums as we rocked the house! Chatting with Dave at the Hilltop Club & reminiscing. It's these memories that l will keep & cherish. RIP my friend, your battle is finally over. You will be missed.

Dave was a friend for life and will be sadly missed... He lived his life head on and fought a long hard battle... He as well as his family will always be in my prayers... R.I.P. brother...

Dave plowed the parking lot where I work. I always looked forward to him coming into the office. We had some great conversations. He never let his illness get him down. He always brought a smile to my face. I will miss him. May his strength and zest for life live on in all of us.