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Thomas M. Baldvins, 65, of Amherst, NH, passed away unexpectedly on September 13, 2022.
Tom Baldvins is the eldest son of Frances Hitchcock Baldvins and Lewis White Baldvins. He was born at Grace Cottage Memorial in Townshend, Vermont on June 24, 1957. His siblings are Catherine Baldvins Lantiegne, Allan Baldvins, and Cynthia Baldvins.
Before graduating high school in 1976, he played on the football and wrestling teams, and was most proud of becoming an Eagle scout.
Tom graduated from Vermont Technical College with an Associate’s degree and from Rogers Williams College with a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology.
In 1985, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia for work where he started his family. He had his first son, Thomas, in 1989, and his second son, Michael, in 1992. Tom moved to New Hampshire in 1996 where he lived for 26 years. He spent his career in the IT field and recently retired from Barcode Direct.
Tom was a loving father and talented artist. His love of art never faded; his particular passion was oil and watercolor painting. Family meant everything to him. He loved helping everyone and did anything he could to put a smile on their faces. Whether through corny jokes or his silly gifts, he did his best to bring joy to those around him. He loved spending time in nature and spent many weekends at the family cabin in Vermont with his beloved dog, Max. From these trips, Tom drew inspiration for his landscape portraits.
Tom was predeceased by his parents.
He is survived by his two sons, Tom (Katheryn) and Michael (Gretchen); their mother, Carol Bondarew; his siblings, Catherine, Allan, and Cynthia; his brother-in-law, Michael Lantiegne; his partner Susan Lints; and many more loving family members.
His memorial will be held at United Methodist Church, 10 Valley St, Springfield, VT 05156 on October 8, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.
If you would like to honor Tom, the family requests memorial donations be made to New Hampshire Historical Society (https://www.nhhistory.org/).
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