There are no words to ease the sorrow and pain the Baker families are going through at this difficult time. May knowing the people care, may help a little and knowing you are all in our thoughts and prayers. We learned about "the mayor of Patrician Shores" passing just today and we are so sorry we missed the services. He will be missed at the lake and our hearts go out to you all, especially Marge and the boys.
I am sorry to hear of the passing of Bobby Sr., he was a lovely man. I feel blessed that I knew him. May he rest in peace.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you he left a great legacy for all to remember
The Flaherty family
Eddie,Jimmy and Bobby
I'm so for your loss. Mr. Barker was a very kind and loving man.
No words can say how we will miss you, Pistol, but you have left us all a wonderful gift, a great family! Rest in Peace my friend
Bobby, Jimmy and Eddie - I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your awesome father. I did not know him well but what little I did know of him, he was a wonderful wonderful man who was loved by all. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
The Baker Boys...Jimmy, Eddie and Bobby. My deepest condolences on the loss of your father. I had the wonderful privilege of spending a day on the boat with him at the cottage. What a wonderful man. May he rest in peace.
Dear Marge, Eddie, Jimmy & Bobby and all of the Baker Family
I wish I could be there with you all today and tomorrow to celebrate "Uncle" Bob's life. I have so many wonderful hilarious memories of him. My fondest are in Maine. I think he made us our first vodka drinks in a jug and brought them down to the beach for our bonfires. I can hear his voice--"It was a dark and stormy night and all the men were sitting by the campfire.....". Also, our ski trips and dinners on the way home at Kowloon and of course dinners at the Hilltop Steak House. My best was dinner in Honolulu after a day at Pearl Harbor on a sub. It goes on and on. I loved "Uncle" Bob and wish I could have been there for his Big Send Off! Love, Mary Anne Mauriello from Maui.
Eddy,Bobby,Jimmy,and all of the Baker Family,I'm sorry for your loss.
To the.Entire family, So very sorry for your pain. He was such a huge part of the family. He always had such a huge smile and kind words. Since I was a little girl Margie and Bob was always a part of our family. He will be missed by all who knew him. But surely remembered by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Dear Baker Family (Marge, Jimmy, Eddie & Bobby and Jack, Richard and Donald), I am so sorry for your loss. Pistol was a true and great friend, and a wonderful fun-loving human being who brightened everyone's life that he touched. His many, many friends will miss him dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
dear eddie sorry for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family love billy c robert p
Hey Eddy sorry for the loss of your dad our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family from all the custodians of local 1952
You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
To marge and family
we are sorry to hear of the loss of a great guy
we will miss those great parties every year in sarasota
your in thoughts and prayers
Alex and alison dowie
Marge, Eddie, Jimmy, and Bobby,
I am so sorry about Pistol's passing. He was a man among men and truly one of a kind. I loved our times together, what a lucky girl I was to be introduced to such a great family.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Dear Baker Family (Marge, Jimmy, Eddie & Bobby and Jack, Richard, and Donald), I am so very sorry for your loss. Pistol was a true and great friend, a wonderful fun-loving human being who brightened everyone's life that he touched. His many, many friends will miss him dearly.
Dear Auntie Marge, Eddie, Jimmy, and Bobby… I offer my deepest condolences. Thank you for sharing your husband and father with all of us. The Bakers and Uncle Bob were a HUGE part of our childhood. Uncle Bob taught us so many things... such as how to snow-ski, water-ski, and body-surf to name a few… but most of all, how to laugh. Thank you, Uncle Bob for all of the boat rides in Boston Harbor and the lake, and for the many wonderful memories. One of my fondest memories was when we finished what was supposed to be a Sunday day-trip of skiing at Tenney. As we began the drive home Uncle Bob decided that the roads were a bit to treacherous to travel and he made the decision to stay overnight (for our safety). We all got to miss school and ski an extra day! Thank you, Uncle Bob. Rest in Peace.
Pistol possessed an amazing quality of being able to make everyone feel like they belonged, that is how he always made me feel. Your family was generous enough to share him with everyone, and I am thankful for that. He loved life, he lived it to the fullest, he was the one in the middle of the circle with the biggest smile and the loudest laugh. He loved his family more than anything. What a huge loss for all of you, what an amazing legacy he left behind. For all the paths he crossed and the lives he touched he was a blessing. My thoughts are with you all. Love Maria Moreschi & Family
An amazing man from a great family. Well liked and respected by all who knew him. He could light up your day with a funny joke or even better -a recent story about one of the guys. Rarely seen without his three Sons - They were the best of friends . He sold me my first cars and probably every guy I know his first car . He was an avid skier and taught me how to keep my shoulders pointed down hill - a tip I use and cherish till this day . He will be sorely missed. Rest in peace Mr. Baker.