Robert Baker Death, Obituary – Robert “Bob” Baker, one of the other people who sold their wares at the Strasburg Farmer’s Market, passed away on Christmas Day. He was one of the people who sold their goods there. Due to the fact that he was a close friend, the news of his passing has left us with a heavy heart. We would like his friends and family to be aware that they have our sincerest condolences, and that throughout this difficult time, we will be praying for them and lifting them up in our thoughts and prayers.
Rest in peace Bob. Our paths will in all likelihood continue to cross at some point in the not-too-distant future at some point in time. Everyone in our community is going to sorely miss seeing him around, especially now that he won’t be here for much longer. When Bob is around, our dogs become pretty excited, and no matter what we’re talking about, our chats with him are always quite enjoyable. No matter what we’re talking about, our dogs get really excited when Bob is around.
We hope and pray that at some point in the not too distant future, you will be able to find some serenity. Robert Leo Baker was born into the world on December 29, 1935, and was welcomed into the world by his parents, Floyd and Angie Baker of Wilmington, North Carolina. Since the birth of their son, Floyd and Angie Baker have both passed away, leaving their son an orphan. He lived a long and productive life, passing away on November 17, 2022, at the age of 86 after having reached the age of 86.
On the afternoon of Sunday, December 4, 2022, from one o’clock in the afternoon until three o’clock in the afternoon, friends and family of the deceased will have the opportunity to pay their respects to the decedent at the Wilmington Funeral Chapel. The visitation will begin at one o’clock in the afternoon and will continue until three o’clock in the afternoon. In lieu of sending flowers, memorial contributions in Robert’s name can be given to Lower Cape Fear LifeCare. Please indicate his name on the memo line. [Further citation is required] If you are paying with a check, please be sure to write “Lower Cape Fear LifeCare” on the memo line of the check.