of North Little Rock, AR
October 30, 1943 - December 2, 2021
Sue Baldwin, 78, of North Little Rock, passed away on December 2, 2021. She was born on October 30, 1943, in Coffeyville, Kansas to Delbert and Mable Crooks.Sue was a member of the Brockington Road Church of the Nazarene and served in the choir for 50 years. She had a heart for missions, served in various ministries and was always willing to help her church. She was an employee at Roller-Owens Funeral Home for 28 years. Sue enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.Sue is preceded in death by her parents and one grandson, Tyler Remington.She is survived by her husband, Don Baldwin; three daughters, Teresa Remington (Craig), Dana Baldwin and Robin Woodward (Scott); four grandchildren, Sumer Hogan (Blake), Hannah Cline, Isaac Woodward and Abby Woodward; three great grandchildren, Autumn, Jaxon and Miles Hogan; and two brothers, Dr. J.D. Crooks (Karen) and Doug Crooks (Juanita).Visitation will be held from 4-6PM on Sunday, December 5, 2021, at Brockington Road Church of the Nazarene; Funeral Service will be at 11:00AM, Monday, December 6, 2021, also at the church.In lieu of flowers, donations maybe be made to Brockington Road Church of the Nazarene in support of missions, 9860 Brockington Rd, Sherwood, Arkansas, 72120.
So sorry Don and family. Y’all are in our prayers! Sue was such a a wonderful lady!
So sorry to hear of Sue. You and your family will be in my prayers.
Don and the girls, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.
sue was one of those very special people who touched many, many lives. With her constant smile, and desire to service made her a perfect fit in her funeral service career. I was blessed to have served with her at Roller Owens. Condolences to her family and many friends.Terry W Duffie, CFSP, retired Central Regional Manager, Roller Funeral Homes
God bless you and your family at this time. God's peace be with you.
Don praying for you and your family.
Our prayers and heartfelt sorrow go out to Don and the Baldwin Family. We've known Don and Sue for several years since we started attending BRCN. We always enjoyed visiting with Sue, especially during the Church breakfasts we would have. She was a kind, loving person. Our hearts are with you and we know that Sue is sitting in the presence of Jesus and rejoicing.
I am sad to hear the passing of Sue. May God give you comfort.
We are sad with the news of Sue’s passing…she was a loyal friend and great supporter of the music program …dedication is the best word We can think of when thinking of Sue Baldwin…we will be joining you for service tomorrow and love the entire family..Gods grace and peace surround you now.
I worked with Sue at Roller Owens. She was such a sweet person. She always looked so pretty and had such a compassion for anyone who walked thru the doors.
Don, so sorry to hear about Sue. She was one of the first women at NLR to reach out to me all those many years ago. We shared many life experiences and I thoroughly enjoyed her company. I know you and the girls are going to miss her here on earth but what a comfort knowing you will see Sue in eternity. Sending hugs and prayers.
We are so sorry for your loss! We remember Sue from all the Crooks family reunions that you guys came to!
I have known Sue for several years and she has always been so loving and kind to me. Have enjoyed our chats at church. Will truly miss those and her sweet smile and hugs. Don, my prayers are being sent to our Heavenly Father to give you and your family His peace and comfort in the days ahead.
Don and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My friendship with Sue started about 40 years ago. I had the privilege to go to Hawaii and remember giving Sue a bracelet. She was so excited. I always looked forward to South Arkansas Nazarene Assembly. I knew I would able to visit with Sue.My prayers and virtual hugs will continue during this time.