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On Sunday, May 23, 2021 we lost our “Sweet Kenny”. He just celebrated his 78th birthday with family & friends. Predeceased by his parents Bea & Sam Baron; and his favorite brother-in-law Merrill Greenstein.

Survived by loving wife Barb Baron; son David (Christina) Baron; sister Judy Greenstein; brother Bruce Baron; son, daughter, & grandchildren by love, Brian (Karina), Ian & Andrew Muszynski, Lauren (Eduardo) and Mateo Del Balso; aunt Rina & uncle Bernie Baron and loving family & friends.

Ken, a born and bred Rochesterian, owned Baron Printing Company and Peerless Color Laboratories. He spent his youth at the old “JY” on Andrew St. starring on the dance floor at The Teen Lounge. Going full circle, in his retirement he worked at the JCC Fitness Center where he loved to schmooze. He even became an “actor” on Center Stage at the JCC. He continued his dancing at Marian’s House with Ann. Ken was an avid golfer and loved to fish; he went to Alaska and Henderson Harbor for some of his fishing adventures. Ken was a people person who always had a smile on his face and a story to tell.

Join us for a celebration of Ken’s Life, WEDNESDAY, May 26, 2021 at 11 AM in Temple B’rith Kodesh (2131 Elmwood Ave. Rochester, NY 14618), (Click HERE for a map to Temple) followed by internment at White Haven Memorial Park.

For those unable to attend the service in person, please CLICK HERE livestream the service.

** PLEASE NOTE – the livestream will start at 11:00 AM **

Shiva will be observed at 11 Old Settlers Drive, Pittsford NY 14534 on Wednesday May 26th from 7-9 PM and Thursday May 27th from 2-4 PM & 7-9 PM. Click HERE for a map to the Shiva House.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Ken’s memory to The Alzheimer’s Assoc-Rochester (click HERE to donate online) or the JCC of Rochester (click HERE to donate online).

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