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Angus Waldron Baldwin

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Angus Waldron Baldwin long time Kaufman County resident passed away peacefully at his home in Kemp with his loving family surrounding him. He was born in the Ola Community June 3, 1929 to Jasper and Iva Baldwin. 
Angus was a well liked man all through out his life loving his family and his friends. Angus was quite the business man having been involved in owning Kemp Care Center for over 20 years and his cattle business raising “Baldwin Simmentals.”  
Angus was a hard working business man. Angus worked at an early age in the cotton fields to the railroad and even the gas company. He was a man with a big heart but also was a very stern man; however was not shy about pulling the occasional prank. Angus simply loved to have fun. (Army Quote). 
Angus was preceded in death by his brothers Hubert Baldwin, Artimus Baldwin and Harley Baldwin, sisters Wanda Jay and Marie Bardin, wife Irene Baldwin who passed in 2003, daughters Linda Fridley and Karen Bennett, son Angus William Baldwin,  grandson Zach High and great-grandchild Gatton High. 
He is survived by grandchildren Andy Baldwin, Mendi Bookman and Amanda Baldwin, daughter-in-law Debbie Baldwin, great-grandchildren Gabriel High, Brandon Baldwin, Samson Arterburn, Mason Arterburn, Kason Patton, Kaden Bookman, Karma Wise, Stoney Wise, Nathan Vicks and great-grandchildren Kinlee Arterburn, Parker Arterburn, Koe Arterburn, Grayson Arterburn, Ausitn Arterburn and Sterling Arterburn.
Funeral services were held  June 27, 2021 at 2 P.M. and Interment followed at the Kaufman Cemetery in Kaufman, under the direction of Parker-Ashworth Funeral Home.