of Memphis, TN
June 18, 1932 - July 16, 2021
Eddith L. Moore Baldwin, 89, of Memphis, passed away on Friday July 16, 2021 at her home. She was born in Wynne, Arkansas to Mabel Mauppin Moore and William Julius Moore. She was preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband of 64 years, Benjamin G. Baldwin, her brother ''Buddy'' Moore, and sister pearl M. Pollock. Those left to cherish her memory are her son, William Baldwin, and daughter-in-law Pam Baldwin, eight grandchildren, twelve great grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren, one niece and one nephew.Eddith retired from City of Memphis Comptroller's Office, where she worked 27 and a half years. Eddith's interests included all types of crafts including teaching ceramics, making porcelain dolls, and sewing, and she loved watching baseball. She also enjoyed traveling in her RV with her husband.The family will receive friends at Roller-Citizens Funeral Home, 201 Pine Street, West Memphis, Arkansas on Wednesday July 21 from 10AM until 11AM for visitation which will be followed by a 2:30PM graveside service the same day at Memphis Funeral Homes Memory Hills Garden Cemetery at 3700 N. Germantown Road, Bartlett, Tennessee 38133. The family requests, in Lieu of flowers, for memorial donations to be made to St. Jude Children's research Hospital (www.stjude.org/donate).
Eddith was a truly lovely person, and I was blessed to know her. She took me under her wing and made my job much easier with her knowledge and engaging personality. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Now “B” is back together with Ben, and Aunt Joyce, Uncle Doug, and Dallis and they can run like children, with no pain. They have no more worries and are surrounded by God’s amazing love. Edith was always so friendly and kind. I know how much she was loved and will be missed. My condolences to all who loved her, and especially Bill, Pam, and Erin. I love you!
I loved my Aunt Eddith with all my heart. Even tho she wasn't my actual aunt. She gave me my first puppy which I grew up with. I always loved to see her and Uncle BG coming because I loved to listen to her talk and she was so much fun. There is and always will be a special place in my heart for my Aunt Eddith. My thoughts and prayers are with Ben and his wife.
Aunt Edith and uncle Ben will always be remembered as two very loving people in my eyes. I will always hold them dear in my heart. ❤️ Now the two of them are together again. I’m sending love and hugs to the family members and especially to Bill and Pam. ❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏
My husband's mother and Eddith's father were siblings . I always regretted our families did not get together more and get better acquainted. We did meet in person once and corresponded. She was a great lady. Rest in peace.
Eddith was a very dear friend. Loved her beautiful smile. I met her in Memphis, TN in 1960's. She Ben, my sister and I drove from Brownsville, Texas to Memphis. We had a blast all the way. Not a dull moment. I am sorry Bill for your loss and I pray God's peace and comfort surrounds you and your family.
I remember Aunt Eddith as loving and generous. I have one of her dolls which I will always cherish. I’m so very thankful for all the family reunions her and Uncle Ben hosted where many memories were made.My love and prayers go out to all the family.
So sorry to read of Eddith's passing. Prayers for all the family.Mark and Marka' Baldwin
So sorry for your loss! Will try to be there! Love and prayers! Judy and Lori
Eddith was my sister/sister-in-law. A part of my family as far back as I have memory. A beautiful woman who shared her love with us, and made us happy when we were children with Christmas gifts and many things she brought us at other times. Her presence now graces the life just over the river, and I look forward to seeing her there and hearing her laughter once again. I hope she will still tell the stories about my, um, shall I say bratiness when I was a child. I would like to hear them again.
So very sorry to hear this. I loved BG and Edith. My heart felt condolences go out to all of U, esp. Bill. Many prayers.