Nicholas J. Baron


Hartford, New York – It is with our deepest sorrow that we announce the passing of our son, father, brother and husband.

Nick passed in the arms of our Lord Jesus on Tuesday, April 27, 2021, at age 30.

He was born on Sept. 22, 1990, in Glens Falls, New York, the son of the late Anthony and Jill (Tuttle) Baron.

As a young man, instead of bringing home stray dogs, Nick would bring home older cars or anything with a motor. He would proceed to disassemble them and very often they were never put back together. As with anything, he learned from experience and eventually became a fine mechanic.

Nick leaves behind his wife Heidi (Melendy) Baron and their two precious little girls Kylie, age 6, and Nichole, age 3, as well as his wonderful and loving twin boys Jameson and Dominick Imbimbo, age 12, and their mother Gina. He also is survived by his sister Ashlea Baron and her significant other Fred Burch, Jr. who were very close to Nick. He leaves behind his heartbroken mother and her husband Robert Hackett of Middle Granville. He is survived by his maternal grandparents Richard and Joan Palmer of Schenectady, New York, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Nicholas is being welcomed into heaven by his son Alexander Baron, his father Anthony Baron, infant nephew Anthony Burch, maternal grandfather Wayne Tuttle and paternal grandparents John and Barbara Mullen.

There will be a visitation on Monday, May 3, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Robert M. King Funeral Home, 23 Church St., Granville.

COVID-19 restrictions are in effect. Masks must be worn inside the funeral home. The funeral home is restricted as to the number of people inside the funeral home at one time. Please be patient if you must wait in line.

The burial will be private and at the convenience of the family.


To my son from Mom,

Son, I wish I could wake up and see you standing there. Then I would know that it was just a nightmare.

Son, I remember when you were small and how you would hold my hand, as you grew older you became my best friend.

Son, I have 30 years of memories that I treasure and keep safe in my heart. We share a bond that time and distance can never break apart.

Son, oh how my heart aches so. I would love to have you back and never let you go.

Son, where there was happiness, now there is sadness.

Son, how I long to hear your voice and see your beautiful smile and have you back for just a little while.

Son, until that day I see you again, I will look to the sky and search among the stars for my son and best friend.

Love you forever and ever,

Mom