Gloria Baldwin Death, Obituary – Gloria Jean (Cornish) Baldwin, a resident of Eureka’s rural area, passed away suddenly at her house on December 10, 2022. Gloria was born in Kansas City, Missouri, on November 17, 1949. She is the offspring of Betty M. Cornish, previously Richardson, and John W. Cornish. In 1967, Gloria graduated from Shawnee Mission North with a high school diploma. Shawnee is where she was born and reared. She was hired as an x-ray technician at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, after graduating.

She eventually worked her way up to the position of director and started a branch in Wichita at the National Kidney Foundation after catching their attention with her persistent effort and positive outlook. After working in that position for a while, Gloria discovered that sales was her true calling. For the following thirty years and beyond, her will to triumph enabled her carve a thriving career for herself in the sales of office supplies. On October 1, 2011, she married David Baldwin in Eureka, and the two have since made it their permanent home.

Gloria was able to retire in the Eureka home they shared in 2016 for the first time. The time she got to spend with her husband, their friends, and their horses was very special to her. She and Dave would establish group trail rides in various regions of the nation as an annual ritual. The times when her family and friends visited their property and rode horses with them to explore the Flint Hills were events she cherished in the greatest regard. When she was with her loved ones, whether they were friends or family, she was never happier.

Her husband Dave Baldwin of the home, her mother Betty Cornish, her daughters Kim and Kevin Anderson, Curtis and Kristen Coolidge, and their granddaughters Jadyn and Olivia Coolidge, as well as Dave’s son Tom and wife Stephanie and their children Samantha, Alex, and Cole, Cassie and husband John, and their son Connor, are all left to carry on Gloria’s legacy. Son Tom and wife Stephanie of Dave, as well as their Prior to her, her father, John W. Cornish, mother, and brother, John H.

Cornish, all passed away. The disposition option of cremation was chosen, and a memorial service will be held later to celebrate the life of the deceased. The family requests memorial donations be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as an alternative to flowers, as it was one of her favorite organizations. The Koup Family Funeral Home, which is in charge of the arrangements, can be reached at P. O. Box 595, Eureka, Kansas 67045, for donations.