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George C. Baker

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June 23, 1922     ~     November 13, 2017

George Clayton Baker died peacefully on Monday, November 13, 2017 in Benton, Ky. He was a native of Glasgow, born June 23rd, 1922 to the late James Hereford Baker and Pearl Longabaugh. He was PFC Aerial Engineer in the Army Air Corps at the end of WW2. He returned to Glasgow after completing his tour of duty where he was an active member of the First United Methodist Church and was active in the Glasgow Farm Bureau Agency serving at one time as president and acted as a political advocate on behalf of local farmers. He also farmed and sold both Marietta Silos and Badger Farm equipment.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Clarice Sullivan, two sisters Betty Barron of Hollywood, California and Mary Lou Harold of Jacksonville, Florida, two brothers John Baker of Franklin, Ky and Baby Floyd Baker of Glasgow and one great grandson, baby William Sullivan Roe of Paris, Ky.

Survivors include three daughters, Judy Baker Wade (Gregory) of Paris, Ky, Freida Ann Waller (Charles) of Benton, Ky, and Nancy Carolyn Kiper of Wesley Chapel, Florida. Grandchildren include Andrea Wade Roe, Sarah and Rachel Waller, Karenna and Hans Kiper, and one great grandson, Wade Baker Thomas Roe.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday at the Hatcher and Saddler Funeral Home in Glasgow with burial in the Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 pm Friday at the funeral home.

Alternate expressions of sympathy may take the form of a contribution to the First United Methodist Church of Glasgow.

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2 Entries for George C. Baker

  1. Billy Joe Jennings says:

    I checked on him frequently.OnceI helped him off the mower, another time off the roof.He was A great friend and neighbor . Always taken him A Christmas Basket. He will be greatly missed.Prayers for the family.

  2. Charlie Garmon says:

    One of the best and kindest man I have ever got to know. Me and my dad was small time dairy farmer’s and George was always there to help us out he drove his Fox chopper from his house in Glasgow to our farm in Dry Fork got off and ask dad what he’d give him for it because he didn’t feel like driving it back went back home and brought us his wagons and blower and that was the start of a beautiful friendship watched him spend 3 hours straight with a big sander sharpening the the knives on it smiling the whole time. If you ever needed him he was always a phone call away he loved to help out any way he could. A lot of farmer’s always knew they could count on him no matter who you where. He was always glad to help. It was an honor and privilege to get to know him