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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

James C. Baird III

1942 - 2021

Ravenna

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James C. Baird III Of Ravenna, Ohio passed away on March 1, 2021 from a short illness. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jeri Pritts Baird, his parents, James and Virginia Baird, brother Douglas Baird and brother Robert Baird.

James “Jimmy” Baird was born November 2, 1942, in Chicago, Illinois while his father was serving overseas in World War II. In 1950, his family relocated to Warren, Ohio where he went on to graduate from Warren G. Harding High School. In 1959,...

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sharon oehler

March 8, 2021 9:31 PM

Our condolences to all of Jim's family and friends. My father, Aldo Lorenzine, became a very good friend of Jim's during working with him at the Cadillac dealership. I remember Jim was always smiling and easy-going. When my father passed away, Jim wrote,  and spoke dad's eulogy at his funeral. My sisters and I remember their friendship fondly, and hope they find each other in heaven and are having a beer together again😉. God Bless, Jim,  Sharon (Lorenzine) & Bear Oehler

Nancy Baird

March 5, 2021 10:05 AM

Will love you forever big brother. Your baby sister, Nancy
Nancy Baird

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Pam Masl

March 3, 2021 11:53 AM

Although we were family only for a little while, I remember "Uncle Jimmy" fondly.  His passion for playing cards and Coors Beer.  He taught me how to play euchre and hearts in a kind, fun, and loving way.  It was just his nature.  However, divorce was a thief... I missed him terribly as a youngster.  I only saw him a couple of times after, but he was still just as pleasant and loving as ever towards me.  I cherish the gift of having known Jim. I was certainly blessed.  A piece of him has always been with me as I have a great fondness for family gatherings, cards, and beer.  I  have shed some tears over this loss for the second time in my life. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.  Pam Cline Masl, Stow Ohio.

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