Condolence & Memory Journal

All our best for all of you. Although we never met Frank, his legacy lives on through Susan, and we are richer for it.

Posted by Bill and Cheryl Crabbe - Panama - Friend   February 05, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss our loving God promises to give you the strength to cope with the pain of your loss. He also promises to hold your hand every step of the way. Please take comfort that he does care at Isaiah 63:9 and Jeremiah 29:11,12.

Posted by A friend   February 04, 2019

So sorry to hear of Mr. Baker's passing. I sure thought a lot of Frank and Mary Lea growing up in the Presbyterian Church in Fort Stockton. Mary Lea taught me in many Sunday school classes along the way and I have the fondest memories of them both. May God's peace and comfort be with all.
Carolyn Harbour Huelster

Posted by A friend   February 04, 2019

Please accept my sincere condolence for the loss of your loved one. My the loving god of all comfort and promised hope strengthen you during this difficult time. 1 Thessalonians 4:14

Posted by A friend   February 04, 2019

We will miss Frank. Mary Lea, come by sometime. Although right now we are fighting the flu and bronchitis.

Posted by Tom Umstattd - Austin - Neighbor   February 03, 2019

My condolences to the family and close friends. May cherished memories bring light during this dark time. May you rely on our Father God who safeguards us from our distress. Psalm 32:7

Posted by M G - Pflugerville, TX   February 03, 2019

Dear Mrs. Baker, Susan, Kelly and Kathy - I loved reading Mr. Baker's obituary and remember all the things that made him a pillar in my life. Growing up in the First Presbyterian church was instrumental on forming the person I am today and Mr. Baker was a huge part of that - Sunday school lessons, youth group sponsor, choir supporter and just an amazing role model. The Pioneer was an important part of our growing up in the Fort and I have saved so many papers that hold memories of my times there and I know I have Mr. Baker to thank for that. Mrs. Baker, I understand that the friendships I have with Susan, Kelly and Kathy are because of the strong friendship that you and Mr. Baker had with my parents. That was always evident and special. I am sorry for your loss and wanted you to know that your dad and husband had a special place in my heart. Sincerely, Dianna Wiseman Pratt
PS - Do you remember the Copper Mountain Ski Trip?

Posted by Dianna Pratt - Frankfurt - Family Friend   February 03, 2019


Susan, what a beautiful obituary for your beloved father. Sounds like he's lived his life to the fullest. Please accept our condolences to you and your family.

Posted by Dagmar and Andy Robinson - San Diego, CA - Friend   February 01, 2019

Susan & family, we're thinking of you at this difficult time. Hugs all around.
By & Mariah

Posted by Mariah Edgington - Medellin Colombia - Friend   February 01, 2019