This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Billy Baker, 40 years old , born on February 9, 1965 and passed away on May 9, 2005. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Kathy Baker on February 9, 2019
Love you my Son always and miss you everyday.
Posted by Kathy Baker on January 14, 2019
Billy was a Son, Brother, Grandson and Uncle. He was kind, compassionate, funny and loved to cook his famous reubens. Billy was crazy about the red older Harley he bought and overpaid for because the owner had treated it like a baby.
He absolutely loved his family and adored his Nephew, Max.
How terrible it was when he got caught up in pain killers, after a cycle accident left him hurting. Such devastation, to loose a child in this manner. It's heart breaking. He was too young to die. There are too many parents still trying to cope with their loses because of this terrible thing, called addiction.
I know my Son is in a better place because I have faith in God. Eventually,
we will all be reunited and that is my consolation. 
God bless my Son and forever keep him safe.
AMEN.

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Posted by Kathy Baker on February 9, 2019
Love you my Son always and miss you everyday.
Posted by Kathy Baker on January 14, 2019
Billy was a Son, Brother, Grandson and Uncle. He was kind, compassionate, funny and loved to cook his famous reubens. Billy was crazy about the red older Harley he bought and overpaid for because the owner had treated it like a baby.
He absolutely loved his family and adored his Nephew, Max.
How terrible it was when he got caught up in pain killers, after a cycle accident left him hurting. Such devastation, to loose a child in this manner. It's heart breaking. He was too young to die. There are too many parents still trying to cope with their loses because of this terrible thing, called addiction.
I know my Son is in a better place because I have faith in God. Eventually,
we will all be reunited and that is my consolation. 
God bless my Son and forever keep him safe.
AMEN.
Recent stories
Shared by Kathy Baker on May 11, 2019

One of Billy's friends, a Vietnam vet, had a young child and the boy's birthday was near.  The child wanted a bike so bad.  The Veteran and his wife couldn't afford to buy one.  Billy went and bought their child a real nice bike and put extra trimmings on the bike to make it special. He showed it to me and said that it was like a bike he had as a kid and always enjoyed riding.

He was always good hearted.