H.M. Baker

Waco, Texas

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Very talented people often live complicated lives. This is such an example of a wonderful public servant, dedicated employee and cherished co-worker. Grace and comfort to the family and many friends. We are all better people for our association.

Dearest Donna,
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Hal. Our thoughts, prayers, and much love being sent your way. We love you Donna!
Chris and Brian

What can say about a person's life...I knew Harold as a good friend and decent guy. I remember many wiffle ball games with Harold and my brothers in "Baker Stadium", an old corral between his house and the railroad tracks. Good times...riding in his '56 chevy with his saint's medal hanging from the rear view mirror, trying to figure out why he liked the Yankees so much, I figure every one had to have at least one weakness... Sharing hobbies, Harold was always kind. He was one of the...

Donna and sons, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you. Sincerely, Marty Lewis

I have known Hal since the late 1970s, our thoughts and prayers go out to Donna, David and Joe.

I worked with Carol since 1997. She was a true friend and will be missed by all.
Gordon Jones

I played trumpet along with Harold, although two years behind him in school. He was as great a person as he was a trumpeter. Blessings to all.


H.M.'s Obituary

H.M. Baker passed away in Waco, Texas. Funeral Home Services for H.M. are being provided by Cole Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Waco Tribune-Herald on October 10, 2010.