Kevin Wayne Baldwin

Kevin Baldwin

Kevin Wayne Baldwin, age 54, of Turtlecreek Township, OH, formerly of Westchester. Passed away Saturday, March 25, 2017. Beloved husband of Georgia Baldwin, nee Weith; loving father of Jacquelyn (fiancé Timothy Long) Rader; brother of Kris Dautovsky and Beth (Carl) Vetter; uncle of Robert Dautovsky, Kyle Howard, Cory Howard and Cody Howard; nephew of Robert Baldwin; his loving pup, Kaylee. Kevin was preceded in death by his parents Wayne Baldwin and Karyn Baldwin, nee Koch, and his father-and mother-in-law Clarence F. Weith and Georgia R. Weith, nee Kloepfel Visitation Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 12 Noon to Time of Service 2:00 P.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home, Ltd., 9445 W. 31st Street, Brookfield. Interment Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Hillside. Kevin worked as a Logistics Manager for Mondelez Global. He loved to play golf. Information 708-485-2000 or

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  1. Gary Seagraves condolence:

    Had the opportunity to work with Kevin for a number of years at Mondelez. On behalf of the entire organization can’t tell you how much we always appreciated Kevin. Will miss him so much and wish Family only the best. God Bless Kevin.

  2. Pepe Villalobos condolence:

    My most sincere condolences to the family. Georgia and Jackie I am very sorry about your lost

  3. Fred bandaly condolence:

    My deepest condolences

  4. Joan Berry condolence:

    Georgia and Jackie – my sincere sympathies to you. I worked with Kevin at Kraft Foods for many years. I was the MCL in Sioux Falls, SD and moved to Brooklyn Park, MN. Had the opportunity to meet you guys at some of the Truck Rodeos in the Dells. I was in shock when I heard the news that Kevin had passed. He was so full of life, and did a great job during his career at Kraft/Mondolez. He will truly be missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Joan Berry

  5. Edward Donbroski condolence:

    Dear Georgia and Jackie,
    Please except my deepest condolences on the loss of your husband and father. As past union steward for the drivers at the Addison, Illinois warehouse for Nabisco/Kraft/Mondelez and on behalf of our many members I wanted to let you know that we have fond memories of Kevin as our warehouse manager and that it was a pleasure working with him. I found that he always had an open door, was eager to listen and address our problems. He also did everything he could to make working in Addison a good experience. We always hoped for his return to our facility because since he transferred morale has steadily gone downhill. The drivers were never treated the same as when he was here and we found that no manager since has been able to hold a candle to him or to fill his shoes. There are about 10 drivers that will be forever grateful to him for letting us train and obtain our tractor trailer licenses under his watch. Other managers, at the time, in our facility were more than happy to let us go just before Christmas rather than help us in obtaining our upgraded licenses. With his help and understanding we were able to accomplish our goals and to keep our jobs. On his last day at our facility I had the privilege to hug him and wish him well on his new adventure, never thinking that he would be taken from us at such an early age. I hope and pray, along with my fellow drivers, that he may rest in peace and we want to let you know that he will be deeply missed.
    Edward Donbroski

  6. Neil Feil condolence:

    Georgia and Jackie, I am so sorry for your loss. Kevin was such an incredible man. He loved your both very much. He had such a great passion for you and in everything he did. He was a very good friend and I will sincerely miss him but I have many great memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Neil and Randi Feil

  7. Ron Rader condolence:

    Georgia and Jackie,

    Our deepest condolences on your loss. You are always in our prayers. We have never forgotten you.

    The Rader Family

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