Kenneth Quinton Baker

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Kenneth Quinton Baker, age 60, was born in New Brunswick New Jersey on July 2, 1957 he passed away to his heavenly home at home on August 3, 2017.


Kenneth accepted Christ at an early age. He loved doing plumbing work, detailing cars, listening to music, being with family. He was a former Rider Knights of Columbus Motorcycle club. He also was a lifetime fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Philadelphia Eagles. Kenneth was blessed with a loving devoted wife Jacqueline Baker, 7 wonderful children, 2 step children that he cherished, Kenneth (Marianne) Baker, Jenny Jasper, Terrance (Tina) Jasper, Andrea Jasper, Vanita Jasper, Carolyn Baker, Donna (Christopher) Ayers Baker, Ishi (Leon) Tilley, Jakiya Jackson.


Throughout Kenneth struggles, he remained faithful in God and stayed true to the power of the Lord until he was called to Heaven. Kenneth was beloved by all and will be dearly missed by anyone whose life he touched.


Kenneth is preceded in death by parents William and Jennie V Baker, Brother William Baker, Sister Robin Byrd, Gwinn Baker and left to cherish his memory with his wife Jacqueline Baker, Sister Carolyn (Percel) Evans, Donna Baker, 7 children, 2 step-children, 27 grandkids, host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He will be missed by all.

Visitation 6:00pm and Funeral 7:00pm  Friday August 11, 2017 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. Paul & Frances Jackson

    May god bless you and your families in this time of your grief.

  2. May your hearts find comfort in God’s Word where it states: “He will swallow up death forever, and the Lord will wipe the tears from all faces.” (Isaiah 25:8) May Kenneth awaken to an earth where there will be peace, no sickness (Isaiah 33:24), and no more troubles (Revelation 21:4) throughout eternity (Psalm 37:29). Please find comfort and hope in God’s Word, family, friends and good memories at this time. My deepest sympathy to you.

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