Bernard “Bennie” Bailin, died June 1 at the Jewish Healthcare Center. Born in Worcester, he was the son of Samuel and Rose (Sworin) Bailin. For more than 30 years he, along with his brothers, was a builder and developer, of single family homes and commercial rental properties including Salisbury Hill, Hidden Farms, Rosewood Estates in Worcester and Rosewood Gardens in North Grafton. He was one of the largest apartment rental owners in Worcester. With his brothers, he also owned and operated Bailin Brothers Trucking Co. He was a member of Yeshiva Achei Tmimim and the Jewish Healthcare Center. With his brothers, he was philanthropically involved in the Jewish Healthcare Center, Yeshiva Achei Tmimim, Eisenberg Assisted Living Center and Holy Society Cemetery, where he had the roads and parking lot paved. He financed the construction of Duffy Field Playground at Newton Square, home to the Jesse Burkett Little League, and was responsible for the renovation of Banis Square Park. He is survived by a cousin, Carol Adlestein and her husband, Steven,  of Worcester. He was predeceased by his brothers, Maurice “Moe” Bailin and Harold “Mickey” Bailin. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jewish Healthcare Center, 629 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01609; the Cardiology Department of UMass Memorial Hospital, 55 Lake Ave., N. Worcester, MA 01655; or to Post # 32 of the Jewish War Veterans, 633 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01609. RICHARD PERLMAN OF MILES FUNERAL HOME OF HOLDEN


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