Stephen Bradley Baker
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MOBILE - Stephen Bradley Baker, age 71, was welcomed by his Heavenly Father on July 30, 2020. Stephen lived on Dog River in Mobile, Alabama with his wife of thirty four years, Cindy Bailey Baker.
Stephen and Cindy were avid travelers particularly enjoying cruises all over the world. Stephen was a lover of music, concerts, Alabama football and the beach, especially Orange Beach, Alabama.
Stephen was raised in Birmingham where he attended Shades Valley High School and graduated from Lyman Ward Military Academy, where he played football. He was a graduate of the University of Alabama where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternity. Following college Stephen received his post graduate degree from Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California which lead to his career in commercial photography.
Stephen and Cindy were blessed with an abundance of nieces and nephews, Brad Baker (Sally), Will Baker (Susannah), Mike Baker (Laura), Sally Baker Woods (Patrick), Alex Newell (Caitlin), Parker Newell, Emma Newell, Sam Key and Bailey Key; and many great nieces and nephews that they adored.
Stephen is survived by his wife, Cindy Bailey Baker; his brother, Allen Baker (Patty); and his sister, Katie Baker Lasker (Jim).
Stephen was preceded in death by his mother, Kathryn Whittingham Baker; and father, Schuyler Allen Bradley Baker.
Cindy would like to thank the nurses and doctors at Southern Cancer Center in Mobile Alabama. A special heartfelt thank you for the love and care given by his nurse, Sharon Williams.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to St. Jude's Hospital, Tunnel 2 Towers or a charity of your choice.



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Published in Tuscaloosa News from Aug. 7 to Aug. 9, 2020.
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6 entries
August 31, 2020
I've thought about Steve many times and regret not seeing him in recent years. He was a good person. As a cancer survivor, I pray for the peaceful repose of his soul.
Richard Maloy
Friend
August 7, 2020
Offering our sincere condolences during this most difficult time. Godspeed.
The Browne family
Acquaintance
August 6, 2020
He was always such an upbeat guy nothing ever got him down. I talked to him in the ambulance when they brought him home and he had a big smile on his face he was finally home we’re he was happiest. He will be greatly missed he was a neighbor that never complained about my husbands loud music. He and my husband Richard are watching over us. Till we meet again.
Valerie Pregeant
Neighbor
August 6, 2020
Rest In Peace Steve. Cindy I am so sorry for your loss.
Rick Overdorf
Friend
August 6, 2020
Cindy, I am so sorry for your loss. Steve was a super guy and it was my pleasure everytime I got to speak with both of you.
Jim Coxe
Friend
August 5, 2020
Offering my heartfelt condolences in behalf the Baker family during this time of bereavement. May the peace of God comfort you through this most difficult time.
Neighbor
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