Kay Baker

of San Angelo, TX

July 6, 1941 - September 15, 2022

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Jeannetta Kay (Farrell) Baker, 81, of San Angelo, passed away September 15, 2022 in San Antonio. She was born in Nashville, TN on July 6, 1941, to Charles Elvis and Katy Belle Farrell. Not too long afterward, the family relocated to Murray, KY, where Kay, as she became known, grew up, a farm girl. She attended local schools and was baptized a Southern Baptist.

As a youngster, she lived in Murray, KY and Bonneau, SC, eventually settling in Charleston, SC, eventually finding her way to Texas.

Kay was a converted to the Catholic faith by marriage and was a faithful member of the Church, St. Stevens in Midland, TX; a volunteer at Vacation Bible School, a School Nurse; provider to food bank, and clothes closets, gave generously to Goodwill, Disabled Vets, St. Jude's Hospital, and other charities.

She loved Texas, the Cowboy life, Rodeo, Horses, Two Steppin', George Strait, Alan Jackson, and her pets.

She is survived by her husband, Richard Baker, of 58 years; her son, Rick and his children; her son, Mike and his wife Allison and their children; her sisters, Dell Pye, Sylesia McCart; brother, Kenneth Farrell; several cousins, nieces and nephews.

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3 Condolence(s)
David Newsom
Midland, TX
Saturday, September 17, 2022

Wishing the family peace in this hard time

Pam &Jerry Byman
Bandera, TX
Saturday, September 17, 2022

Richard and Mike . So very sorry for your loss. Kay was such a kind and loving person , I know she loved her grandchildren very much it’s so difficult to lose your love of 58 years. And Ofcourse so terrible losing your mom .it’s a terrible loss. All the Byman’s r here for u if we can help in any way!! Thinking of u always, love Pam and Jerry💕

Sylvia & Larry Ammann
Charleston, SC
Friday, September 16, 2022

While Kay was with us she did such a wonderful job of reflecting God’s love, and now she is a part of that great beam of Love that shines out on us all. May all her loving family feel the love of Christ Jesus comforting, guiding, protecting and uplifting you all..
With love,
Larry & Sylvia Ammann and
Mary McCart