Dennis Baldwin

Dennis Baldwin of Springdale, was born July 2, 1957 in Hazen Arkansas and died March 31, 2020, at the age 62. He graduated from Hazen High School in 1976 and the University of Central Arkansas in 1980. He was a coach and teacher before getting into the transportation industry. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and no one loved sports more than he did. He was a true Razorback fan. Nothing would prevent him from going to a game. He would go to the games in rain or snow and always saw good even at the worst game.

He is survived by his family whom he loved with all his heart. Susan, wife of 32 years, Lindsey 28, Leslie 26, brother James Harris and extended family. He adored his daughters and was very proud of their accomplishments and the lovely women they have become.

Dennis was a Christian and loved his friends and family. He was supportive, would give to anyone in need, and shared the gospel whenever he could. He had a big heart and will be missed. There will be a memorial service at the first opportunity in the future to celebrate and honor his life.

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Dennis “would give to anyone in need.” Last year while I was recovering from hip surgery Dennis would give me rides while I was recovering. He and I would then go have lunch at the bowling alley in Fayetteville. I really enjoyed those times talking about family, the razorbacks and I really enjoyed the good laughs we had! He always spoke very highly of his family. You will be missed my friend! RIP Dennis.

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Rickie Rainwater

Dennis loved his family and his friends. He did his best. He had a big heart and was a good man. He was my friend and I admired his sincere attempt at being a better man. He will be greatly missed.

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Collin Condit

Rest in love brother. We never met personally but through our fraternity we are connected. ETR.