Raymond Joseph “Joe” Baldonado

February 21, 1961 ‒ April 06, 2019

Cardington, Ohio

Raymond Joseph “Joe” Baldonado, age 58, died suddenly on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at his residence.  A skilled craftsman, Joe was a longtime employee of Ken Rhoades Construction Co.  He enjoyed woodworking, crafts and drawing.  Born February 21, 1961 in Albuquerque, New Mexico to the late Hernandez and Jennie Baldonado.  Also preceded in death by brothers, Lawrence and Ernie Baldonado; nephews Marcos Reyes, Jeffrey Baldonado and Freddie Silva, Jr.  Survived by loving wife, Candy L. Baldonado; daughters, Nicole Barkeloo of Delaware, Valarie Baldonado of New Mexico; step-sons, Joe Seibert of Delaware, Cody (Larecia) Seibert of Marengo; sisters, Gladys (James) Sanchez, Marcella (Eloy) Chavez, Peggy (Alex Gonzales) Jaramillo, Evelyn (Ricardo) Montoya; nephews, Lawrence Jr., Jason and Anthony Baldonado, Luke and Jonas Jaramillo; nieces, Marti Lopez, Anita Contreras, Becky Chavez, Jeanette Jaramillo, Antionette Baldonado and Marianna Gomez.  Funeral Service 7 PM Friday April 12, 2019 at Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive, (formerly 1510 W. William St.) Delaware, where the family will be receiving visitors from 5 pm until time of service.  Chaplain Kenny Rhoades officiating.  Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center is honored to serve the Baldonado family.  Special memories and condolences can be shared with them at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • I’m so sorry… uncle Joe was a fun and loving uncle. I hope he and his brothers are together again.

  • We are so sorry for your loss Candy. God Bless you and the family. Rest In Peace Uncle Joe🙏🏼 We love and will miss you.

  • My sincere condolences and prayers for you and the family. God Bless you Uncle Joe and rest in peace… love you! Antoinette and the boys.

  • Our deepest condolences to Candy & the Baldonado family. May our cousin Rest In Peace. The carrillo Family will keep you in their prayers!

  • We send our deepest condolences for Joe’s passing. Joe had a wicked sense of humor and was a good cook. I’m gonna miss his calls to just tease me about what he was fixing for dinner. I would tell him,” I wish I was your neighbor, so I could go over and eat with him.” Joe never hung up without making me laugh about something. Our calls always ended with, “I love you.” I am gonna miss Joe so much.

  • My sincere sympathy for you, Candy and all of your family. I will put your namess in my prayer box, I believe God hears all prayers and I will pray that He will stay extra close to you and comfort you and your family.

    With loving thoughts of you, Kandis

  • Our heart is with the family. Joe will be greatly missed. Our condolences go out to you all. Lane and Gini Summers

  • Candy, I am really sorry for your loss. Joe was a very sweet person and for the short times that I knew him , he always made me smile. My prayers are with you the children. RIP Joe!