ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Alex (AJ) Baker who was born on August 3, 1990 and passed away on August 6, 2009. We will remember him forever.

For all who live to far away to visit his tree when we need to or just walk the roads he did this is for all of us to keep the connection to him alive forever. I love you.

Posted by Cheryl Bailey on May 29, 2016
I'm always thinking of you little brother..
Posted by Irene Reiter on August 3, 2014
Always in my heart with love GGrandma
Posted by Irene Reiter on August 3, 2013
You are stilled missed.
Posted by Irene Reiter on August 6, 2011
I took a moment today to think of you and the time we had together So short but full of love.
Posted by Andrea LaBolle on August 3, 2011
Happy birthday! I will be thinking of you today :)
Posted by Jessica Shirk on July 12, 2011
I miss you so much. Not a day goes by that I don't think about you AJ. I love you.
Posted by Nancy Bailey on August 3, 2010
I'm sorry I never had a chance to meet you AJ, but I do know that you are so loved and so terribly missed by those left behind. Your love lives on through them and your sweet baby girl.
Posted by Tommy Bailey on August 3, 2010
You were always my partner in crime, I'll keep looking out for your sister my friend, first rounds on me when I get there!
Posted by Samantha Van Vleet on August 3, 2010
Thinking of you, AJ.
Posted by Irene Reiter on August 3, 2010
great grandmother let a candle 4th of aug
Posted by Cheryl Baker on August 2, 2010
You will be in my thoughts ALWAYS. My children will know our childhood together good and bad. I love you and wish I would have gotten more time with you..
Posted by Andrea LaBolle on August 2, 2010
I wish that you guys would have stayed in Washington and that I had the opportunity to have the relationship with you that I wanted to. Know that you have always been and will always be in my heart!

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Cheryl Bailey on May 29, 2016
I'm always thinking of you little brother..
Posted by Irene Reiter on August 3, 2014
Always in my heart with love GGrandma
Posted by Irene Reiter on August 3, 2013
You are stilled missed.
Recent stories
Shared by Jessica Shirk on October 24, 2010

I remember the first time I met you was when you were working at subway on Kbeach. The first thing you said to me was you made the best sandwhiches in the world. After that you asked me for my number and right as you go it you texted me, and then said I had to make sure it wasn't a fake number. That was the start of a great friendship. I remember how you told me you loved Marilyn Manson, and you set my ringtone as beautiful people, because I said he was kinda scary.

The first time we ever hung out was the funnest night of my life. You named my kitty flopalopogas (Which I call her sometimes now) and you chased me outside because I took your picture.

 

I miss you a lot Aj. I'm getting a tattoo for you. It's going to be amazing.

Love you<3

Taking AJ home

Shared by Cheryl Baker on August 3, 2010

One time back before my daughter was born Aj came to visit me when I was living in the purple Duplex back over close to K-Beach. He visited with me for a few hrs,

Tommy came home and drank a little on an empty stomach, no AJ did not drink, but when all 3 of us piled into the car to take AJ home all the way there Tommy and AJ messed with me. Played the music loud and sang bad lyrics right along with the CD. Made me so mad but made me smile at the same time. All I remember i when I did finally pulled over too the side of the road, Tommy backed off a little but not AJ...he kept going but then when I was througly pissed at him he cacked a really good joke. I cannot remember what it was but it made all the anger drop away and I smiled.

He was always so willing to pick up and make a joke out of any situation.  I loved that..I just forgot how he was like that..

Shared by Samantha Van Vleet on August 3, 2010

AJ, I never knew you well. But now that I hear everyone talking, I wish I had. You seem like you were an amazing person. And a jokester too!

The first time I met you, you scared the crap out of me. You know that, right? I was eighteen, it was my first day at the alternative school, and I had a newborn just barely over a month old. I was trying to juggle holding her, and digging through my backpack and diaper bag looking for something... I don't know what. Probably a pacifier or something silly... and you said "I can hold her for you."

I looked up and was thinking, he's kidding right? You had black hair, peircings... You didn't look like a baby friendly person! Then, you must have noticed my hesitation and you said "Don't worry! If I drop her, she'll bounce!"

Well, I didn't let you hold her, but it was still funny as heck and you made me smile. :)

I hope you aren't upset with me. I took it upon myself to put a memorial up for you. No one else had, and I really thought that you deserved one.