Photo courtesy of Frank Vogler & Sons

Betty Sechrest Baker

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Dec 13, 1936 - Nov 2, 2012

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My Mama, my best friend. Whether we were bargain shopping, doing a cleaning project or sitting on the front porch, we had a great time. We shared the love of flowers, gardening, family and most important faith in God. Her faith was strong her whole life, but she really showed strength during her battle with cancer for 6 months. Her faith was a testimony to all those around her and a legacy to those now, who miss her soooooo very much. Thanksgiving was not the same without your cole slaw,...

Faith comes By Hearing the word

Me Maw-MOM-Tootsie- Mamma- Betty—Just like her Names she was hard to explain,
To me she was always there always ready to help-
Mamma would hear me get up at night and would say you want to go to the living room to talk.
Examples bad dream , frustrated needing to talk things out with someone who would listen.
She would ride a roller coaster, mow her yard and had ten green fingers to make everything grow. She was not selfish and would intervene to attain peace. How do you...

We Love you Sooooooooooo much

It is well with my Soul.


My memaw is with The Lord today my past has now become sweet memory's and now she has no pain she was my best friend and I loved her so much rest in peace my sweet Memaw
Noah Baker

Hey Denise,

I have been thinking about you.

Ken Brown


Betty's Obituaries

Betty Sechrest BakerKERNERSVILLE - Mrs. Betty Sechrest Baker, 75, of Kernersville, went home to be with her Lord on November 2, 2012 at her home of 53 years. Betty, "Tootsie" to her friends was born on December 13, 1936 in Guilford County to the late Sam and Neva Sechrest. Betty's most...

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