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Jack Stanley Baker Obituary
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July 22, 2018

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February 10, 2017
Heard about Jack's passing and just wanted to send my thoughts and prayers to his family. I will always remember him playing ball in the backyard with Scott and The Girls. Scott, Erin and Robin, I think of you three often and now hoping that your memories will be healing and sweet. Your old neighbor and babysitter, Jan
February 9, 2017
We catered for the Longmont Rotary Club for over 10 years and remember Jack so dearly. His smile, review of the NFL game from the previous week, and most importantly - his appetite. Robins father Robert met Jack during one of their trips to Colorado and spent over an hour talking about experiences in sports.

We are sorry to hear about his passing - but his life and memory will always be in our hearts.

May peace and love be with Jacks family.
February 9, 2017
My first introduction to Jack was on the softball fields at Mapleton in the 1970's where he wiffed me more than once. He was a true gentleman with a contagious smile. I not only played against Jack but with him in softball tournaments in Colorado and Wyoming. He was always confident with his ability to pitch softball.

He spent many hours teaching softball pitching to young players that would emulate his pitching style.He will be truly missed by all that knew him.