Larry W. Baldwin

Larry W. Baldwin

YORK – Larry W. Baldwin, 68, of York, passed away on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at his home. He was the husband of Lisa (Dephtereos) Baldwin.

Larry was born December 1, 1950 in York County and was the son of the late John and Sara (Strickler) Baldwin.

He graduated from York County Vo-Tech in 1968. He owned and operated Baldwin SRT & Die in York. He proudly served in the United States Marine Corp during the Vietnam War.

In addition to his wife, Lisa, Larry is survived by his son, Mike Steiding and his wife Holly of Dover; 2 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; his brothers, Gary Baldwin of Salunga, Lancaster County, and Vernon Baldwin of Dallastown, and his sisters, Janet Shepherd of Yoe, Lois Eaton of Brogue and Joan Mickey of Mount Wolf. Larry was preceded in death by his brothers, Dale Baldwin and Bernard Baldwin.

A memorial service for Larry will be at the convenience of the family. Arrangements have been entrusted to The Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center of Mount Wolf.

To share memories of Larry please visit www.diehlfuneralhome.com

4 thoughts on “Larry W. Baldwin

  1. I will miss getting to talk to Larry at our family reunions. Lisa, we send our prayers for strength, comfort and peace to you. He will be missed. Hugs of healing to you all, Fern & Joe Kozilski & family

  2. Larry was always a great teacher I learned so much from him and he went out of his way to help me any time he could. We all have speed bumps in life and Larry always made the best of each one. I wish we could have stayed closer but living a good life doesn’t always allow that time. Every day I look at my machinist tool box I have always thought of him and his knowledge. He will not leave my thoughts ever it is a great loss to all.

  3. A total pleasure in knowing Larry from bowling and work related jobs. He was a very smart and hard working man in the trade and will be missed.
    PT Industries Inc.

  4. Larry,
    It feels like yesterday that Lisa and yourself walked into the local bowling alley and into my life. We made one hell of a bowling team going from worse to first. But more so, it was a match made in heaven because you presented me with an excellent opportunity like no other… You gave me a start at a goal-oriented career and the knowledge/education to get me there. Working with you at Baldwin’s SRT and Die was and still is the bests company I’ve ever been apart of. You have given me years of life stories and laughs and memories that I will never forget. I will never forget the smell of fresh cut metal shavings or the gallons of cutting lubricant that we would go thru in a weekly basis. I’ve loved you then, now, and always Larry. You were more than a friend, you are family.

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