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Jeffrey John Baron

June 24, 1952 – April 10, 2023

Jeffrey John Baron

Jeffrey John Baron of Cold Springs, Kentucky passed away surrounded by his children on April 10, 2023, he was 70 years old. He was preceded in death by his parents Constance (nee Peterson) and Joseph Baron of Green Hills, Ohio.

Jeff was a lifelong resident of the Greater Cincinnati area and although he was retired, he still loved going to work everyday at Reeves’ golf course. Jeff also enjoyed spending time at the dog park, indulging in anything sweet, and traveling with his beloved wife of 38 years, Rebecca (nee Placke) Baron. Jeff’s sense of humor, kindness, and ability to talk to anyone regardless of whether he knew them or not will be sorely missed.

Jeff was the loving father of Scott (Katherine) Baron and Jillian (Michael) Perry, doting “Papa” to Katherine Perry, and the loyal brother of Dr. Keith (Dr. Lee Ann) Baron. Jeff is also survived by multiple brothers and sisters in law, nieces, and countless friends whom he truly loved to spend time.

In addition to his parents, Jeff was reunited with his brothers Bernard (“Bernie”) and Douglas Baron and his treasured black lab Decker.

Visitation will be held at St. Mary of the Assumption on Saturday April 15, 2023, in Alexandria, Kentucky from 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM, with a Catholic mass to follow.



Saturday, April 15, 2023 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

St. Mary Of The Assumption Parish


Saturday, April 15, 2023 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

St. Mary Of The Assumption Parish

Guest Book

“Jeff, thank you for making me laugh. Thank you for declaring, “It’s time for the gang to get together”. The dinners your declarations created did indeed bring us all together on many levels. Thank you for being a friend to Dave. By his own admission you were instrumental in him becoming the adult he is. I will always be grateful to you for all these things. Becky, Scott, and Jill, I pray you find moments of peace and joy in the next days and that those moments increase with each day as you heal from your loss.”

“So sorry for your loss. Prayers to Becky and family. I have many memories of Jeff while we were neighbors on Red Fox.”

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“Our hearts go out to Becky and his children, Scott and Jillian. We have known Jeff and Becky for 38 years. Jeff always had a dry sense of humor and made us laugh so much. They were our neighbors on Red Fox Drive. May god put his hands on you and help you thru this time of grief. You will never be forgotten. Glenn and Sharon Williams”

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“A cherished honor only bestowed to Jeff,,,,no one can take your place in our traditional gift-giving exchange of peanut M&M’s.”

“” Jeff was the best friend I ever knew”; we”ve known each other for over 40 years, he always reminded me of the upright piano we carried up a flight of stairs in Florida; he never seemed to get mad; he was a good friend & a great father, I’ll miss him.”

“We are so sorry for the whole Baron family. Jeff will be missed. He had such enthusiasm for any kind of new adventure and appreciated the little things in life!”

“Jeff was always the kindest man, I used to love joking around with him about anything, he will be very missed, not many like him anymore, RIP.”

“All of us here at Reeves Golf Course are deeply sorry to hear what happened to Jeff. One of the nicest people I’ve ever known and it was a pleasure getting to know and work with him over the past 12 years. Scott Caparso”

“Jeffrey you will be greatly missed by our family. What a wonderful friendship we gave had over the past 24 years. Will will always carry you in our hearts. Love much , the Toerner family💋”

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