Johnny Monroe Baker

Omaha, Nebraska

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Celes soory to hear of Johnny's passing. may God strenghten you doing these mournful times.

celes, sorry to hear about Johnny. He was one of a kind. Larry & Icie Johnson

This death hits really close to home. My brother James and Johnnie were close friends. Celestine and I started Webster school together. No death is easy and somehow always leaves a void in our lives. Know that God is our greatest comforter in times like these. Hold on to Him because he will never leave nor forsake you. Ava, you and Celes will be in my prayers.

Celestine I am truly sorry to hear of Johnny's passing. My thoughts of our 26th Street Community Family are forever alive, as I remember growing up with Johnny, Paul, Rudy and You. It so happened that both Johnny and I, worked for Kenney Shoes (in the 60's, the last that I had heard from him, he had transferred to Des Moines, Iowa) and You, Celestine, I remember your making and sharing mulberry pies, from the trees, in the lot, next to your house. You are and your parents were wonderful...

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.


Johnny's Obituary

Johnny Baker passed away in Omaha, Nebraska. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on August 18, 2012.