John Carbin Baker
May 10, 1930 - Nov 22, 2007
Posted by: Sharon Ingle
John C. Baker was born the son of Carbin and Rhoda M. (Carterby)
Baker on May 10, 1930 in Red Oak, OK. He passed from this life
on November 22, 2007 in Antlers, OK at the age of 77 after a
long and courageous fight with cancer.
John was a member of Big Lick Methodist Church in Divide, OK. He was a lay speaker, a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He loved spending time with his children and grandchildren, fishing, raising hogs and gospel singing.
John was preceded in death by his parents: Carbin Baker and Rhoda Jones; a son: Billy Baker; his brother: Wilburn Jones; two sisters: Eliza Alexander and Caroline Carter: and two infant granddaughters: Emily Baker and Natasha Baker.
He is survived by three sons: David Baker of Moyers, Ok, Ernie Baker and wife, Gay of Antlers, OK, and Arnold Baker of Okmulgee, Ok; four daughters: Karen Coffman of Broken Bow, OK, Laura Gibson of Idabel, OK, Paula Griffith and husband, Jimmy of Valliant, OK, and Lorena Jaunico of Idabel, OK; one brother: Abraham Jones and wife, Sue of Moyers, OK; three sisters: Clara Jones and husband, Don of Broken Arrow, OK, Nancy Peters and husband, Floyd of Antlers, OK, Elenza Johnson and husband, Jim also of Antlers, OK; 25 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and numerous other nieces and nephews. In Loving Memory of John C. Baker
Born May 10, 1930 Red Oak, Oklahoma
Date Entered Rest November 22, 2007 Antlers, Oklahoma
Funeral Services 10:00 a.m. Monday, November 26, 2007 First United Methodist Church Antlers, Oklahoma
Officiating Reverend Ruth Jacobs Reverend Floyd Peters
Music Selection of Choctaw Hymns Faith Singers
Pallbearers Robert Baker ~ Daniel Baker ~ Dalton Baker Tim Baker ~ Jeremy Willis ~ Patrick Gibson
Honorary Bearers Shane Baker ~ Mike Baker ~ Dakota Baker Running Bear Gibson ~ Joey Gibson ~ Nick Jaunico Patrick Gaffney ~ J.J. Gaffney
Interment Nashoba Indian Cemetery Nashoba, Oklahoma
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