Mr. Richard G. Baltz, 69, died Sunday, March 29th, at River Hospital, after being stricken at his home. There will be no calling hours or funeral.
There will be a Graveside Service in Omar Cemetery, and a Celebration of Life, at a time and place to be announced.
Richard was born January 1st, 1951, in Alexandria Bay, the son of Harold and Eileen Garceau Baltz. He attended LaFargeville and Indian River Schools. He then became a client at the JRC in Watertown.
He worked for JRC Production Unlimited in various areas for many years.
Richard enjoyed stock car racing, go-cart racing, going to church, and especially driving around the Omar area talking to everyone. He knew everything that was going on in the Omar area.
Surviving are two brothers, Mark (Diane) and David, both of the Omar area; his girlfriend of 40 years, DeeDee of Watertown; nieces; nephews; aunts; uncles; and cousins.
Donations can be made in his name to the Omar-Fishers Landing United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 461, Fishers Landing, N.Y. 13641.
Our deepest sympathy is with the Baltz family. Omar’s loss is Heaven’s gain. We enjoyed chatting with Richard so much. He was certainly a very, very special man and we will miss him very, very much.
The Link family
Our deepest sympathy is with the Baltz family. Omar’s loss is Heaven’s gain. We enjoyed chatting with Richard so much. He was a very, very special man and we will miss him very, very much.
Sherri A. Derouin
Thoughts and prayers go out to the Baltz Family. It truly breaks Our hearts hearing about Uncle Beans passing.He will be missed by many so many. Alot of wonderful memories of Uncle Beans.We love and miss you already.Rip:Uncle Richard(Beans).Forever in Our hearts ,but never forgotten.
It brings a deep sadness, in seeing the passing of someone I transported for countless years. He was a great friend , no matter how bad the day looked like he was able to make you smile. RIP my friend. You rocked the bus.
Cathy & Sean Running
Mark,David and Diane..we are so sorry to hear of Richard’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you..love you guys!
This was such sad news! Richard was a kind soul, always having a smile for everyone! Deepest condolences for you all, especially sweet DeeDee. Thank you Richard for the sunshine and joy you brought to so many!!!!!
With great sorrow I send my condolences, he was a friend to us all, he will be sadly missed. He brought so much cheer to everyone he met.
john p brown
Richard was a great cuzin i will miss seeing him when i come home, richard Always had fun what ever he did even when we went to play golf i will miss you. Sincerely jay
To the Baltz family, so very sorry for your loss. Remembered for his knee ndness and smile. God bless all of you. Sincerely, The Engles
That’s kindness( stupid autocorrect)
Condolences to the family Richard was a presence at legion bingo and always stayed to help with cleanup always smiling. So sad
I am so very sorry for your loss sending prayers and hugs for you remember to keep all of your memories close, He always had a smile and a joke to tell you and he will be missed ❤❤
My deepest condolences to the Baltz family! He was a kind and gentle man. He never missed a beat in life! He was a the kind of person who made life interesting. Hugs to all on his passing
TO ALL OF THE BALTZ FAMILIES,
WE SEND OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES FOR THE PASSING OF RICHARD.
WE ARE ON LOCKDOWN AND ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TRAVEL DURING THIS HEALTH CRISIS, BUT WE ARE WITH YOU IN SPIRIT.
KIM H. BATTLE
GARY D. CUDA
FISHERS LANDING FIRE POLICE
1st VP JEFFERSON COUNTY FIRE-POLICE
So sorry to hear about Richards passing. Not a time in my life that I don’t remember seeing him riding his bike past the house growing up. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sherry Olmstead
My deepest condolences to the Baltz Family!
Richard’s smile will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I feel grateful for him having been my dear neighbour when I lived in Omar. Not once did I pass by his home without him waving. In the winter he used to ride his snowmobile around our property to make trails in the snow in order to make it easier for us to walk the dogs. He had the sweetest soul one can imagine.
Love and prayers, Christi from Germany
Thank you so much for sharing…He missed you and always remembered you, talked about you all the time. Hope you are doing well…I will pass this message along to the boys.
Condolences to all the Baltimore family.
Ken Killen, Kingston, ON, Canada
Bartz not Baltimore!
So sorry for your loss. I loved seeing him when he worked in the cafeteria at Gaffney and we would talk about racing. I’ve only seen him a few times in the last few years but he was still always smiling.
Thanks so much Ken I know he enjoyed coming up to the Mandarin for that surprise party too. He had a wonderful time thanks so much for your kindness buddy
We are so sorry for your loss. He’s at peace with the family in Heaven. You are all in our thoughts.