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Edward J. Baird
  • Passed away on August 23, 2022

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Edward J. Baird of Jacksonville, Florida passed away in Florida on August 23, 2022. Edward was born at Mitchel Field, Long Island, NY on August 2, 1951, to Barbara (Rogers) and Edward Baird. He graduated from Oyster Bay High School in 1969 and continued on to graduate from Central Connecticut State University in 1973. Edward was the proud owner of E B Distributors and enjoyed running, sports, and the ocean. He took up umpiring youth baseball while living in Florida and will forever be a Yankees fan.Edward was predeceased by his parents, and is survived by his five children: James Baird and his wife, Ashley, of Ohio, Edward Baird of Connecticut, Mitchell Baird and his wife, Katherine, of Connecticut, Taryn Kalagher and her husband, Patrick, of Oklahoma, and Charles Baird of Vermont; his seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; his seven siblings: Janice Schippnick and her husband, Robert, of Florida, Helen Carberry and her husband, Robert, of Connecticut, Douglas Baird and his wife, Lena, of North Carolina, Jack Baird and his wife, Kathi, of Connecticut, K.C. Baird and his wife, Lori, of Connecticut, Barbara Baird and her partner, Brian, of Connecticut, and Thomas Baird and his wife, Lisa, of Connecticut; many nieces and nephews; and his dear friend, Linda Knox of Florida.It was Edward’s wish to have his ashes scattered to the ocean, and we will honor his wishes privately.

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  1. Bill Scheiding says:
    27 Sep 2022
    I knew Ed when he first moved to Jacksonville. He always had to kind loving smile. He was a wonderful man to talk with and to get to know. I remember his passion for his kids and grandkids, wanting to help them to grow into everything they could but without getting in the way. He loved baseball and umpiring the kids. He was a kind soul and will be missed.

  2. Kurtis Loftus says:
    27 Sep 2022
    I knew Ed since 2015. We shared similar passions including love of sunrises and seeing our children fulfilled in their lives. I know how much working with kids meant to him and we often spoke of the gratitude that came from those opportunities. He had a great smile and a warm heart.

  3. Tim Hallberg says:
    27 Sep 2022
    Thanks for all the wonderful times at Penman Road and making us laugh. You are loved and will be missed in the earthly realm. God speed! Tim H

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