George A.
Greece: Passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on Oct. 2, 2009, the day following his 90th birthday. Born in New Bedford, MA, George served in the Navy in WWII, later settling in Rochester, where he worked many years at Kodak. He greatly enjoyed his retirement, volunteering more than 20 years as a tutor in Greece elementary schools, as well as working on his golf game and traveling extensively with his wife and best friend, Helen. Survived by Helen (Phillips) with whom he shared nearly 57 years of marriage; daughters, sons-in-law and grandchildren; Nancy Baron and Neil Osterweil (sons George and Byron), Patricia Baron-Mills and Mark Mills (son Hunter), Susan Baron and Eric Cosman (daughter Katie), Pamela and Jeff Marti (daughter Dana); his sister, Flora Barber, and five nieces and nephews. His Memorial Service will be held Tuesday Oct. 6 at Messiah Lutheran Church, 4301, Mt. Read Blvd. at 2pm. Friends are invited to join the family immediately following for a church reception. Interment held at the convenience of the family. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. A celebration of a life well-lived will be held next year.

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  1. Dearest Baron family, I’m very sorry to hear of Mr. Baron’s passing. It’s been MANY years since I’ve been in touch, but I remember Mr. Baron with the utmost fondness.

    My hugs and prayers are with you all during your difficult time.

    Rene (Peet)

  2. Kay Parker called us and needless to say, we were shocked and saddened to hear about George. You Baron’s were our neighbors for 26 years and will always be very special to us. Nancy, Patty, Sue and Pam, we are so sorry. Helen, I can’t even imagine what you’re going through right now. George was a truly wonderful man. We love you all……..Dolly & Ed

  3. So sorry to hear about George. I was a Teaching Assistant at English Village ,which I retired 4 yrs. ago, where George would volunteer every Thursday. He was a wonderful person and we always talked about our bowling scores and his golf games. He was great working with the children. They all loved him. I enjoyed seeing him every week. Always had a smile. He will surely be missed.

  4. To Helen, all the girls and your family’s – George will be missed. All the years as a kid growing up right next door, George was always very kind to me. He was always there when I needed something re-welded for one of many bikes/motorcycles/go carts.
    George will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to the entire family.

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