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I am so sorry to just now be hearing about the passing of your mother and grandmother, Vi. I remember the first time I met her and your dad Ray. It was in 2004 and Ray helped me tremendously in my ancestry research. I loved watching them interact with each other. I would just giggle and laugh at the both of them. Ray loved to tease Vi, I learned that very quickly. And she would put him right back in

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Posted by: Debbie Baker Ahaus - Indianapolis, IN - My grandfather was Floyd Baker   Apr 05, 2013

Grandma I miss you already, can't believe I can't ask you anything anymore. I'll never forget how much you helped me with Amanda when I was a new mom at 16. I loved all the things you baked and that cheese spaghetti. I can't wait to see you in heaven some day. I'll try to make you proud with my family until I see you again. Love you! Darlena

Posted by: Darlena - IN - Granddaughter   Feb 18, 2013

Mom, I wrote this to dad but want to share with you.
I think I can speak for my brothers & sisters, we have read the books, and seen the movie. Greatest love story ever told .
And we know that two people married 69 years, would never share that story with the outside world. Dad we understand that if you could find the words you wouldn't want to share them. And we know if you say nothing,you have already said it all.
I love you Dad
I love you Mom, Miss you! Joe

Posted by: Joseph Baker - Camby, IN - son   Feb 17, 2013

To the entire Baker family :

I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother and grandmother.

When we loose our mom there is a void that can never be filled.

Please know she is in heaven with Don and out of pain , I'm sure he is already telling her jokes and they are having a good time together.

Your mom and grandma will always be with you as long as you have her in your heart and remember all the special times you shared .

Thinking of you ,
Jenny (Retiree of Wellpoint ) and Gary Wildman

Posted by: Jenny (Shuck) Wildman - Greenwood, IN - Friend   Feb 17, 2013

Mom, it's been over 34 years since you welcomed me into this loving, sometimes crazy family. I could not have asked for a better mom in law. You were there when Joe and I needed help with anything, including a place to sleep when the furnace quit in middle of the night, to helping me as a new mom when I had questions. Your home was always the go to place on weekends for our friendly family card games,

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Posted by: Dianna Baker - IN - daughter in law   Feb 17, 2013

Vi, You always treated me like one of your own daughters... I will always remember how you use to make peanut butter crackers for all of us when we were little but for me it was butter and jelly because I didn't like peanut How you made your brownies and always had Ray bring some to me or your famous fudge.
You are now resting in peace and with your loved ones. We will meet again some day.
Love, Marilyn

Posted by: Marilyn Harrison - Greenwood, IN - treated like a daughter   Feb 17, 2013

Mom-- I already miss you so much and never fathomed that I would have this huge whole in my heart. I will miss our talks and your very wise advise! I will miss your "stink eye" when you didnt want me to either say or do something....lolol. I will miss our recent "Saturday Spa Days, where I did your makeup and nails! I will miss you calling me EVERY BIRTHDAY....and singing happy birthday to me!!! I will miss buying clothes

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Posted by: Terri Lynne Humble - Camby, IN - Daughter   Feb 17, 2013

My Mom, my best friend. We did everything together from when I was young to where I am now. We didn't get to do our spring shopping trip we wanted to do in the spring, but I will always have all the memories in my heart of the shopping trips, games we played, going fishing together, garage saling, taking you to all your dr and eye appointments, bowling, and eating out! Thank you for being there for me always! I will miss you soooo much! I love you!

Posted by: Cathie - Camby, IN - Daughter   Feb 16, 2013

You were a wonderful mother & granda. We miss you & love you

Posted by: Carol Moore - Camby, IN - Daughter   Feb 16, 2013

Dear Baker Family,

There are few things more difficult than dealing with the loss of a loved one. We, along with our staff, are honored and humbled that you have chosen our family to care for your family during this time. It is our hope that we have been able, in some small way, to lighten your burden and give proper reverence to a life lived. Please let us know if we can be of further service.


Brian and Bruce Buchanan
4th Generation Owners

Posted by: Brian and Bruce Buchanan - Indianapolis, IN   Feb 16, 2013