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BAKER, Paul F. Sr. Of Canton and Chatham, died peacefully November 12, 2020 following a brief illness. He was 80 years old. Paul was a proud veteran serving in the United States Marine Corps during Vietnam. He was a proud retired Boston Police officer serving over 36 years. Loving father of Paul F. Baker., Jr. and his wife Melissa of North Attleboro and Christine M. Baker and her husband Marcos of Carlsbad, CA. Brother of the late Charles Baker and James Baker. Proud grandfather of Paul F Baker, III and Jeffrey M. Baker of North Attleboro. Former husband of Jane Bellew Baker of Quincy. Visiting hours in the Pushard Family Funeral Home, 210 Sherman Street, CANTON, Monday, November 16 from 4-8 PM. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend following COVID- 19 protocols. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, November 17th in St. John the Evangelist Church, 700 Washington Street, Canton. Interment Milton Cemetery. Pushard Family Funeral Home

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November 21, 2020
Paul, Christine & Jane,
Sorry to hear the news that our friend, Paul, had passed away. Joe, called from FL a short while ago. He had just found out and called me. What can I say about Paul, our friend. He was our friend during high school and than we all followed each other to Camp Lejeune, NC. He was in & out of our lives for 2 years. He was a fill- in godfather to our daughter, Kathleen, down in Lejeune. The years have gone by, not seeing each other but once in awhile. Joe sends his condolences and your last OORAH. May Paul rest in peace and he will always be remembered.
Peggy & Joe Geary
Peg Geary
November 16, 2020
I was fortunate enough to have worked with Paul in the late 60’s in district 3, Mattapan. Served with Paul as members of the BPPA House of Reps. Kept in touch over the years throughout our retirement. Good man, officer, Marine, Semper Fi Paul.
Jerry Arroyo
November 16, 2020
Paul and I worked together in the traffic unit in the seventies.
He was always helpful with any problems that would come up. He was the man to see if you had a problem when he was in charge of the AUTO ROOM in Area A-1. He had a contagious smile and was never at a loss for words. He was very proud of his children . Paul Jr. for his success with the MSP and Christine was truly the apple of his eye. Paul will be missed by a lot of former BPD men. I know I will miss him. Rest in peace Paul..
Bobby Gill
November 15, 2020
Paul was one of the best, I worked with him many moons ago at A-1. May he rest in peace. Semper Fi

Jim Fong
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