Roger  Baker, Jr.
Roger  Baker, Jr.

Obituary of Roger Allen Baker, Jr.

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Roger Allen Baker, Jr., 43, passed away Friday, born in Gloversville, New York, he is the son of Roger Allen Baker, Sr. (Dian) of Ephratah, NY and Toni Arduini Mescia of Garner. Mr. Baker was the owner-operator of a home inspection service in Clayton, NC working alongside his brother. He was a loving family man, treasured son and brother, and loyal friend full of ambition, laughter and generosity. He enjoyed the simple things in life including baseball, fishing, sitting on his back porch with his fiancé, chatting with his family and friends, and spending time with his sons. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his fiancé, Kristie Dillman; sons, Daxton Baker and Bradley Dillman of Clayton; sisters, Gail Baker (Stephen Brooks) of Raleigh and Destinee Baker (Jason Armstrong) of Ephratah, NY; brother, Alex Mescia (Mackenzie Blanton) of Clayton; nephews, Kyle Kapp of Raleigh, Evan Baker and Corbin Baker, both of Ephratah, NY and Ryder Brooks of Raleigh as well as many cousins. The family and friends of Roger welcome you to celebrate his life on June 19 from 1:00 Pm - 3:00 PM at Fireman's Park in Fort Plain, NY. We invite you to meet the family to extend condolences, share loving memories and be surrounded by Roger's spirit and people so important to him. Please feel free to drop in or stay for any of the activities. Sparkler Remembrance - 1:30 p.m. Share a story about Roger that makes you smile - 2:00 p.m. Share memories at the Memory Table Be a part of the 'Let His Light Shine' Table Many have asked how to help Roger's young boys, Bradley (12) and Daxton (6). We invite you to light a candle in Roger's memory and/or make a small donation. Light lunch and beverages provided
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Memorial Service

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Saturday, June 19, 2021
Fort Plain Fireman's Park
21 Beck Street
Fort Plain, New York, United States
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