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Baldemar "Baldo" Maldonado

Obituary for Baldemar "Baldo" Maldonado

June 22, 1936 - October 3, 2018
Austin, Texas | Age 82

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Baldemar "Baldo" Maldonado of Austin passed away after a battle with cancer on Wednesday October 3, 2018. Baldemar was born on June 22, 1936 in Kenedy, Texas. Baldemar joins his parents, Matias and Jila Maldonado; his grandson, Aaron Rodriguez; and his son-in-law, Rick Rodriguez.

Baldemar is survived by his wife, Estela Maldonado; his children, Ernest Maldonado (Angie), Mary Ann Rodriguez, Vilda Guerra (Alvino), Baldemar Maldonado, Jr. (Olga), Chris Maldonado (Nancy), Esteban Maldonado (Jolene), Matias Maldonado (Diana), Marcella Matthews; his siblings, Hilda M. Lopez, Adolio "Lolo" Maldonado (Olaia) and Lydia Aparicio Sanchez (Ray). Baldemar is also survived by 29 grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers will include Ernest Maldonado, Jr., Erik Rodriguez, Armando Guerra, Michael Maldonado, Celeste Pawlicki, Esteban Maldonado II, Matias Dylan Maldonado, and Zachary Cervantes.

Rosary 6:00 pm, Sunday, October 7, 2018 at Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home, 2620 South Congress Ave. in Austin.

Mass of a Christian burial will be celebrated at 11:00 am, Monday, October 8, 2018 at Dolores Catholic Church, 1111 Montopolis Dr, Austin.

Interment to follow at Assumption Cemetery.

Many years ago, three young boys were working hard in the fields to help their families get by. As young men, they would eventually help each other build up a successful dry-cleaning business in East Austin. Although my Grandpa Estrada started the business in the late 1950s, he could not have done it without the support of his extended family. Two men in particular, his brothers-in-law, Lolo and Baldo Maldonado, would break their backs pressing clothes in the sweltering 100 degree heat while my Grandpa went between the dry cleaning machines and the front to help customers for over 50 years. Today, our family lost one of those great men, my Tio Baldemar "Baldo" Maldonado. Tio Baldo enjoyed life, worked hard and loved his wife and huge family. Tio, you were one of a kind. Thank you for everything you did for our family and for always being a great brother-in-law to my Grandpa and a great big brother to my Grandma Hilda. RIP Tio. #tiobaldo

Written by Lonnie Limon

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