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Robert Baldwin, Jr., Joplin, Mo.

Robert Luther “Bobby” Baldwin, Jr., 60, of Joplin, died Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at his home with family at his side. Born August 29, 1961 in Baxter Springs, Bobby was the son of Robert Luther and Rachel Baldwin. He grew up in Joplin, Mo. and attended Joplin Schools before graduating from Seneca High School. He worked in landscaping most of his life and held a high reputation in that field. …
JOPLIN, MO
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Paulding County Progress

ROBERT BALDWIN 1943-2021

OAKWOOD – Robert Baldwin O.F.S., 77, of Oakwood, died at 7:24 p.m. Sunday, October 3 at Mercy Defiance Hospital. He was born Nov. 1, 1943 in Bonne Terra, Missouri to Delanie and Arlene (Richardson) Baldwin. On June 26, 1965, he married Jacquelyn "Jackie" Geddings. She survives in Oakwood. Other survivors...
MISSOURI STATE
Boston Globe

5 questions for new MIAA executive director Dr. Robert Baldwin

Monday marks a new era for the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and Massachusetts School Administrators’ Association as Dr. Robert Baldwin, 16-year superintendent of Fairhaven Public Schools, takes over as executive director, succeeding Bill Gaine. Baldwin is the fourth person, and first former superintendent, to hold the position since the formation of the MIAA in 1978.
FAIRHAVEN, MA

Robert Baldwin selected as next Executive Director of MIAA, MSAA

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and Massachusetts School Administrators’ Association announced Thursday the appointment of Robert Baldwin as the next Executive Director of both organizations. Baldwin is set to take over for William Gaine, who is retiring after eight years in the same role, and 42 years with the MIAA....
FAIRHAVEN, MA
Boston Herald

MIAA makes its official, names Robert Baldwin as its new executive director

As first reported by the Boston Herald last month, the MIAA and MSAA has named Robert Baldwin as the next Executive Director of both associations. Baldwin will succeed Bill Gaine, who is retiring after serving in the role of Executive Director for the past eight years. Baldwin will be the fourth person to hold the position of Executive Director, and he is the first school superintendent to serve in that capacity.
BOSTON, MA