ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Loistine Baker, 68 years old, born on June 15, 1952, and passed away on February 22, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Cheryl Baker on March 15, 2021
 A special tribute to my forever beloved Sister n Law Loistine M Baker, Yahweh will say "Well done, my good and faithful servant. You have been faithful in a few things, I will set you over many. Enter into the joy of the Lord. "Matt 20:21 May Yahweh lead you though the golden gates of heaven , we will see you again, rest in his beloved arms, Gone from our sight but never from our hearts, my prayers is with the family, we have hope, And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. I Pray that Yahweh will continue to comfort your hearts, sending love
Posted by Ethel Stewart on March 15, 2021
HELLO, BAKER FAMILY

It was a blessing to be a part of the Memorial Service . It was GREAT to see everyone. please know, that you are in my thoughts and prayers. KEEP IN TOUCH. LOVE YA. PHONE# 410-922-7069.
Posted by Hannetta Byrd-Johnson on March 14, 2021
I knew Loistine for many years through my Brother in Love, Kenny and from fellowship with Unity Bibleway Church. Loistine was one of the kindest, smartest, and loyalist persons I know. She loved the Lord, her family and friends’ with her whole heart. I considered her my Sister and she the same for me. Loistine’s character was that of a loving and caring spirit for those she met in her lifetime. She was a very educated woman who sought excellence in all of her endeavors in life. She loved God and served Him wholeheartedly, not making excuses for her frailties of life, but continually seeking how to serve Him more. I love Loistine and will always love her even in her physical absence on Earth. I’m praying for Mom Baker, Kenny and Earl and the rest of the Baker Family that God will continue to comfort your hearts. Love Always, Netta.
Posted by Sheila Baker on March 12, 2021
To The Baker Family ,
Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with you through this time of unimaginable loss. May God walk beside you and guide you through.
For His anger endureth but a moment, and in His favor is life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. Psalm 30:5
Lovingly Submitted
A New Beginning Christian Church ,Family
Rev. Sheila Baker, Pastor
Posted by Luther Baker on March 11, 2021
Psalm 46:1-3

For the choir director. A Psalm of the sons of Korah,
set to Alamoth. A Song. God is our refuge and strength,
A very present help in trouble.

Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change
And though the mountains slip into the heart of the sea;
Though its waters roar and foam,
Though the mountains quake at its swelling pride. Selah.
Posted by Gwendolyn Crawford on March 10, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Keep those precious memories.
Posted by Luther Baker on March 8, 2021
Order Of Service
Opening selection: Blessed Assurance: Led by Elder Luther Baker
Opening prayer: Reverend Kendall Shoats

Scripture reading
Old testament: Elder Ronald Christian / Psalm 91: 1-6
New testament: Elder Lee Johnson / I Corinthians 15: 51 -56

Selection : Min. Kenneth Baker

Acknowledgement of cards/ JEWEL KESLER

Selection: DAAVON MONROE

Obituary: CHARLES MINCEY

Remarks from Family and Friends / 3 minutes each)
  (1). VALERIA GAITHER
  (2). PAUL GREEN
  (3). PASTOR BILL NOLAN
 (4). FERRANTE BAKER
 (5). JUANITA CHRISTIAN
 (6). DEC. KENNETH SUGGS SR.

Designated Clergy 3 minutes each
(1). SHEILA BAKER
(2). CHIEF APOSTLE KENNETH CURRY
(3). BISHOP DENNIS GOLPHIN
(4). PASTOR ANOTHY BELL

Selection: CHRALES MINCEY

EULOGY: Rev Rodney T. Morton Sr.
The memorial service will be from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Remarks and music selections will say it all. But
If a Eulogy is given; I suggest Mom’s Pastor from
Central Baptist Church.


Posted by Luther Baker on March 8, 2021
OBITUARY: THE LIFE OF A TRUE CHILD OF GOD
Loistine Marie Baker a resident of Baltimore, Md. She was born in Skippers Virginia To Emmett and Kathleen Baker on June 15, 1952. Preceding her in death was her brother Ervin Baker the year of 1970. Her Father preceded her in death on May 31, 2016. Loistine made her transition from this life on February 22, 2021 while at the Genesis Heritage Rehab Center.

Her foundation in life was her faith in Jesus Christ. While living on Booth Street. As a little girl, her Parents took her and her brothers to church every Sunday to Central Baptist Church. She was Baptized there as a young girl, later as an adult Loistine sang on the Mass Choir there. Rev Montague Bracket was the Pastor at the time. At a young age she was blessed by all the singing, Sunday School Classes and Biblical Plays which played a major role in her faith in God. When her Parents moved to Thomas Ave, She and her brothers later became members of the Unity Bible Way Church, joined the Voices of Unity Young People’s Choir where they all committed their lives to serving the Lord.

Loistine has always been an excellent student in the world of academia with straight A’s in most of her studies as a high school student. After graduating from Douglass Senior High school, she worked many years for the State as a secretary. As the years progressed Loistine found herself faced with many physical challenges which left her bed ridden most of the time. But she didn’t allow those challenges to stop her from furthering her education.

She perused studies at Stratford Career Institute where she was awarded two Diploma’s; one for Legal Assistant / Paralegal and the other for Child Psychology. Loistine also received a diploma in Advanced Biblical Studies from the world-renowned Liberty University in Lynchburg Virginia.

This is what her Mother had to say about her Daughter. I Loved my Daughter Loistine so very much, even more so now. I’ve seen her study for many hours, from her bed to achieve her well-deserved certificates and diploma’s. I’m so proud of her. Her presence will be missed. Not seeing her here physically anymore makes me sad, but I know she’s in a better place. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. 

Loistine leaves to mourn:
Her loving Mother Kathleen Baker
Two Brothers: Minister Kenneth Baker, Elder Luther Baker
Two Sister In-Laws: Pastor Sheila Baker, Cheryl Baker
Four Aunts: Christine Carpenter, Elvin Turner, Mary E Smith / Janice Mincey
One Uncle: Charles Mincey
And a host of Nieces, Nephews and Cousins
(Special Thanks to Cory Baker for helping Mom care for Loistine)

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Posted by Cheryl Baker on March 15, 2021
 A special tribute to my forever beloved Sister n Law Loistine M Baker, Yahweh will say "Well done, my good and faithful servant. You have been faithful in a few things, I will set you over many. Enter into the joy of the Lord. "Matt 20:21 May Yahweh lead you though the golden gates of heaven , we will see you again, rest in his beloved arms, Gone from our sight but never from our hearts, my prayers is with the family, we have hope, And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. I Pray that Yahweh will continue to comfort your hearts, sending love
Posted by Ethel Stewart on March 15, 2021
HELLO, BAKER FAMILY

It was a blessing to be a part of the Memorial Service . It was GREAT to see everyone. please know, that you are in my thoughts and prayers. KEEP IN TOUCH. LOVE YA. PHONE# 410-922-7069.
Posted by Hannetta Byrd-Johnson on March 14, 2021
I knew Loistine for many years through my Brother in Love, Kenny and from fellowship with Unity Bibleway Church. Loistine was one of the kindest, smartest, and loyalist persons I know. She loved the Lord, her family and friends’ with her whole heart. I considered her my Sister and she the same for me. Loistine’s character was that of a loving and caring spirit for those she met in her lifetime. She was a very educated woman who sought excellence in all of her endeavors in life. She loved God and served Him wholeheartedly, not making excuses for her frailties of life, but continually seeking how to serve Him more. I love Loistine and will always love her even in her physical absence on Earth. I’m praying for Mom Baker, Kenny and Earl and the rest of the Baker Family that God will continue to comfort your hearts. Love Always, Netta.
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