BAKER (Wilfred Bill):
Major (R) Wilfred (Bill) James Baker was Promoted To Glory peacefully on Saturday 3.7.2021 after a lifetime of service to God with The Salvation Army. He will be sadly missed by the many people he helped, his friends and his family. Bill was a loving husband to Phyl for 67 years, father to Ken, Beverley and Mae, father-in-law to, Karen, Ron, and Greg. He received much joy from grandchildren Michelle, Luke, Monique, Jessica, Clare, Melanie, Ben and Stacey, along with great grandchildren, Audin, Sam, Madelyn, Zander, Ella, Lenny and Sophie.. Pa lived for and loved us all.
Farewell Bill and Dad and Pa - safe in the arms of Jesus.
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BAKER Wilfred BILL Dad (Pa and Great Pa), you will live on in our hearts forever. Your inspiration, wisdom, integrity and capacity to love people is your legacy to us as a family. Love Beverley and Ron; Michelle, Jason and Maddie, and Monique, Dennis, Audin and Zander.
BAKER Wilfred BILL Now safe in the arms of Jesus, Dad and Pa went to his well deserved heavenly reward on Saturday 3.7.2021. Ken and Karen, Luke and Sarah, Jessica and Rod, Melanie and Ben, Sam, Ella and Sophie are sad to lose you but know you are now with Jesus. You lived a full and rich life serving God by helping others. Dad, Pa and great grand Pa, we will miss you but will always remember you, the faith and values you lived by that shaped our own lives for the better.
Wilfred James (Bill):
3.11.1930 - 3.7.2021
Our much loved Dad and Pa to Mae and Greg; Clare, Perry and Lenny; Ben and Jorja; and Stacey went to be with his Heavenly Father on the 3.7.2021.
We have treasured memories of you and are comforted that you are now with the Lord who you served so well and loved so much.
Deepest sympathy to Phil, Ken, Karen, Beverley, Ron, Mae, Greg and families. Fond memories of time gone by. Rest in Peace. Doris, Laurie, Vicki, Vic, Leeanne, Gary and families