Irene-Baker-Obituary

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Irene Baker

Spokane Valley, Washington

Aug 20, 1920 – Jan 2, 2012

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BORN
August 20, 1920
DIED
January 2, 2012
LOCATION
Spokane Valley, Washington

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Thornhill Valley Chapel Obituary

Julia Irene Baker (Age 91) – born August 20, 1920 in Desmet, ID to Jerry and Eliza Simmons and passed away January 2, 2012. Preceded in death by her husband of 66 years, Delbert L. Baker; brothers Frank, Bud and Bob Simmons; and sisters Marge Martin, Jess Edwards and infant sister. She is...

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Reggie & Ron,
Your Mom was the sweetest person. She had the most awesome sense of humor. She is no doubt keeping all the angels in heaven in stitches.I was very blessed to have known her. I will always love and remember your Mom.
Darline Lukens (Coeur d' Alene, ID)

Reggie & Ron,
Your Mom was the sweetest person. She had the most awesome sense of humor. Mrs. Baker is no doubt keeping all the angels in heaven in stitches.I was very blessed to have known her. I will always love and remember your Mom.
Darline Lukens (Coeur d' Alene, ID)

Ronnie and Reggie,I will aiways love your mother laughter,her always having a answer,kindness. shes a hard act to follow. love Barbara Danly

Ron and Reggie, Stacey and I will always remember your Mom with fondness. We enjoyed her very much. She put alot of spark in whatever she chose to do. Sincerely, Mickie Thomas

I will always remember Irene as a terrific woman, who always laughed, and had a wonderful sense of humor. My thought's and prayer's are with the family.

Reggie and Ron, your Mother was "one of the good ones" likeable, and so much fun to be around! It's an honor to have known her since 1959 ~ she sure loved her Ronnie and Reggie and grand children

My Mom, was the best. Always smiling and laughing. She could just be a tiny bit stubborn, but, we loved her anyways. I could always go to Mom when I was sad, happy or just needed council, of some kind. Mom was so easy to be with. We might go shopping, etc. then she would say "where we goin' next". Mom just loved going to the Casino. Her and I would laugh like crazy while people watching. Mom was quick witted. I could say something that would be on purpose, just to trigger...

I will always remember the good times we had as sisters.

Ronnnie and Reggie,
I am sorry you lost your mom. She was such a funny lady. I am grateful we saw her this year. She hadn;t lost her wit and humor. Wonderful pictures of her and her children and grandma simmons. I have very few pictures of grandma simmons. God bless you both and our love and prayers are with you. Your mom used to take of my mom when they were young.
Love your cuz
Billie and Ralph Beckman