Alma Baker

St. George, Ut, Utah

1933 - 2021 (Age 87)


January 1, 2021
St. George, Ut, Utah


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Alma (Al) Baker 1933-2021 St. George, UT Alma (Al) LeRoy Baker, 87, passed away on January 9, 2021, due to complications following a stroke. His departure leaves family and friends with loving memories of a gentle man with a pure heart and generous spirit. Al was born on December 17, 1933, the...

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The funeral was uplifting and inspiring. We enjoyed being able to join your family virtually. The remarks expressed were tender and full of love. A reminder of Al's goodness and generosity along with his quiet dignity. It has been a pleasure knowing and associating with Al and his special wife Marcia. A truly noble couple!
Marcia, we pray you will be comforted and strengthened in the coming days.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.Truly a Great Guy.

Al seved our country with honor and had an admirable career. He was a wonderful, friendly neighbor, always had a kind word and smile. Marcia, I am sorry for your loss of this great guy. He will be missed.

Al and Marcia were our neighbors for over 25 years and no one could be better people than they are. Al is probably the most kind, upright and gracious man I have ever met. Heaven's blessings on Marcia for all her tender care of Al, and continuous prayers for her comfort and support.

Dad was an incredible man, loving, caring, compassionate, full of intriguing stories and good times. I am grateful and proud to be included in Al's family.

My heart goes out to you, Marcia, in these difficult times.

I didn’t know u very well . I was a good friend of ur sister Mary Ann. I just want to say to this wonderful family, until u all meet again, may the Lord bless and comfort those left behind...Betty Lou Morris Stubbs

Sad to hear about Al's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Marcia and the rest of the family. Sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted during this difficult time.

JaNice and I sent our condolences to the family and our congratulations to Al for a life well and meaningfully lived. He graduated with honors.

I grew up a block north of Alma's childome in the same ward. He was a kind, and quiet guy, as I remember. His mother and my mother and Mary Lou Schmutz sang in a ladies trio for many years. I saw him a few times when he retired and moved back to St. George. He had such a natural dignity about him, and I felt he was a lifetime friend. Pal Miles Eckman