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Bonnie Mae Woodruff Baldwin
© Roberts and Sons Funeral Home
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre


Bonnie Mae Woodruff Baldwin was born on October 4, 1911, in Prairie Grove, Arkansas. She moved to San Antonio approximately twenty five years ago with her husband, Clark F. Baldwin, after having lived in Ponca City, Oklahoma, Darien, Connecticut, and Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bonnie was a long-term and much-loved resident of The Towers at Park Lane. She enjoyed playing bridge, having acheived the Masters designation, and loved being visited by her family and particularly her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

She is survived by two sons, William L. Baldwin and wife Vicki of Dallas, Texas, and Robert C. Baldwin and wife Jean of Washington D.C.; and grandchidren, Pamela, Andrew, Lisa, Lewis, Thomas and Emily.

Graveside services are scheduled for 2:00 p.m., Friday, March 14th, in the Blackwell Cemetery.

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