NALC: Letter carrier’s daughter died in Michigan school shooting

NALC is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Madisyn Baldwin, the daughter of North Oakland County, MI Branch 320 member Robert Baldwin. Madisyn, a 17-year-old student, was killed in a shooting at Oxford High School on Nov. 30. She is survived by her father Robert, her mother Nicole and her siblings Payton, Liam and Brinley.

“NALC mourns the loss of Madisyn, and we are devastated by this senseless act of violence,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said. “We send our deepest sympathies to Brother Baldwin, his family and all of the victims of this tragedy.”

From CNN:

Madisyn Baldwin was expected to graduate this year, her family told CNN affiliate WDIV, and had already been accepted to several colleges — some with full scholarships.

Four of the Oxford High School shooting victims. Hana St. Juliana, 14 (top left), Justin Shilling, 17 (top right), Tate Myre, 16; (bottom left), Madisyn Baldwin, 17 (bottom right)

Her grandmother, Jennifer Graves Mosqueda, whom Baldwin knew as GiGi, announced the family’s loss on Facebook and created a GoFundMe campaign on behalf of Baldwin’s mother and father.

“This beautiful, smart, sweet loving girl was tragically taken from us all today leaving a huge hole in all of our hearts … ,” Graves Mosqueda wrote on Facebook. “This horrific day could never have been imagined or planned for.”

My daughter and son-in-law would never ask for anything during this time, however I want them to be able to be with each other, their other children and family during this time without worrying about work, bills and arrangements,” she wrote on the campaign site.

Baldwin was an artist who loved to draw, read and write, her family told WDIV. She was the eldest of three siblings, had a younger half-brother and two sisters she loved dearly, they said.

Source: Daughter of Branch 320 member killed in Oxford High School shooting | National Association of Letter Carriers AFL-CIO