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Cynthia (Johnson) Baldwin
August 14, 1948 ~ January 27, 2024 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Sis. Cynthia Baldwin, a loving pastor's wife, mother, grandmother, and sister, who was a true servant and amazing woman of God, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 27th in Rome, GA. She was 75 years old.
Cynthia was born in Cedartown, GA on August 14th, 1948. She was preceded in death by her parents, William E. (Billy) and Opal Johnson, her loving sister Carol Renee Bostwick, her son Richard Thomas Baldwin, and her daughter Teresa Kay Baldwin.
She is survived by her husband Bishop Freddy Joe Baldwin, her son Pastor Dr. Anthony (Tony) Baldwin, daughter-in-law First Lady Tina Louise Baldwin, grandsons Ryan Baldwin and Michael Baldwin, brother-in-law Pastor Peyton Bostwick, daughter Kristy Baldwin Davis (Randy), grandson Rayne Davis, granddaughter Addi Davis, granddaughter Katelynn Renee, grandsons Brinson Taylor (Brittany) and Gavin Baldwin (Sky).
Cynthia graduated from Cedartown High School Class of 1966 and married her high school sweetheart, Freddy Joe, later that year. Throughout their marriage, they traveled extensively due to her husband's military service and ministry work.
Known for her unwavering dedication to her faith, Cynthia served as a pillar of strength and inspiration to all who knew her. Her unwavering commitment to God permeated every aspect of her life, guiding her decisions and actions. Cynthia’s gentle spirit and kind heart touched the lives of many, leaving an indelible impact on the community she called home.
In 1969, they moved to Germany, where Cynthia gave birth to their son, Tony. After their return to the United States, they embarked on a lifelong journey evangelizing and ministering with their son across the country, forming lasting relationships and friendships.
Eventually, Cynthia and her husband established a church and a private school in Kingsland, GA. During their time there, Cynthia served as a pastor's wife, teacher, and cook. She was known passionately as "Nana" to her family and friends. Her life was defined by her faith in God and her love for her family.
Cynthia was a humble, genuine, and passionate woman of God who will be deeply missed. Her memory will continue to live on in the hearts of all who knew her.
The "Home Going and Celebration of Life" service for Sis. Cynthia Baldwin will be held on Tuesday, January 30th, with family and friends visitation from 12 pm to 2 pm, followed by the service at 2 pm at the First Apostolic Church of Rome. Pastors Greg Livingston, Peyton Bostwick, Bishop Kenneth Dyson, and Pastor Tim Dyson will officiate the service.
Gifts and cards can be sent to PO Box 10, Lindale, GA 30147. Mrs. Cynthia Baldwin will be laid to rest at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA.