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Kenrick Baynes

Kenrick Baynes

Saturday, September 17th, 1949 - Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
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Kenrick Baynes was born September 17th 1949 in Georgetown, Guyana and transitioned to be with the Lord, October 28, 2020, in Sicklerville, New Jersey. He is preceded in death by his parents, Maude Baynes and Edward Fanfair.

Ken is survived by his loving wife, Beverley Baynes; his daughter Candice Baynes-Shaw and spouse Scott Shaw, his daughter Kasandrah Garnes and spouse David Garnes; and son Barrinton Baynes, Sr. and spouse Brandy Baynes. He has four beautiful grandchildren, Naomi, Christian, Barrinton, Jr. and Beauregard. He also left behind a host of dear relatives and close friends.

Ken truly loved music and was a bass guitarist for several bands in Guyana, St. Lucia and the United States. These bands included Combo 7, Mad Monks, The Gospel Disciples, and The Caribbean Connection, just to name a few. He was a spiritual man who loved the Lord, which led to the service of others. At his local church he was designated the role of Elder, and volunteered countless hours with both the young and old. This involved clothing, feeding, and ministering the word of God. Those who crossed his path would describe him as an avid listener, always eager to impart knowledge, even to total strangers.

To his grandchildren, he was the “Best Granddad in the World”. To his children, he was someone on whom they could always rely. To his wife, he was her partner in life and love. Kenrick Baynes was no doubt a family man, and his family will ensure his legacy lives on.

Dear family and friends, please join us for a virtual funeral service on Saturday, November 14, 2020, beginning promptly at 2pm. Use the following link to attend: https://tinyurl.com/y6j25gcc

Arrangements by the Aloia Funeral Home, 180 Harrison Avenue, Garfield, NJ (973-340-7077). Condolences/Directions visit aloiafuneral.com
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Melisa Anderson

Posted at 01:01pm
Rest in heavenly peace Cousin Ken. You have left a great legacy behind. From Melisa &Philip
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Posted at 12:32pm
Our beloved Cousin Ken, a phenomenal family man, that has left us too soon, but left us with great and cherished memories. Now you're in God's care.
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June MacDonald

Posted at 09:10am
June MacDonald
Ken and I were born and raised together in Guyana. He was six years older than me so I was always in awe of the things he did.
Our lives did take separate paths when I emigrated to England and he to the USA. Even though we lived miles apart our relationship never changed. When we visited each other on holidays it was like we had never been apart,we would always look back and talk about our childhood memories. This included Ken making ornaments out of Plaster of Paris to earn pocket money for Christmas, kites at Easter,playing cricket, teaching me to ride a bike and in my teenage years taking me and my friends to after lunch music and dancing parties.
Ken was a kind and sensitive boy who grew up to be a loving husband, father and grandfather. He will remain in my heart and thoughts forever.
Rest in peace Ken.

Cheryl Blair-Kijewski

Posted at 10:38pm
Ken has been an amazing friend since I was in high school in Guyana. It’s difficult to comprehend that he’s no longer here, but rather in the presence of the awesome Lord whom he served and adored. Rest in eternal peace my friend. 🙏🏾 Sincere condolences to the entire family from Cheryl Blair-Kijewski and family.

Mechell williams

Posted at 09:41pm
ken ,sleep in pease my dear cousin. you were loved and you will be missed.
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