Philip Jesse Baker (28 Feb 1945 - 14 Apr 2020)

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Sutton Coldfield Crematorium Tamworth Rd Sutton Coldfield B75 6LG
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Tamworth Co-operative Funeral Service, Tamworth

In loving memory of Philip Jesse Baker who sadly passed away on 14th April 2020

Lorraone and Dave Brampton donated £50 in memory of Philip

We were lucky to have such a lovely Brother-in-law who was a kind and loving gentleman. 
We will treasure the fond memories of special times we spent together and you will always be in our thoughts.
Love
Lorraine & Dave xxx

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Helen Kelcey donated £20 in memory of Philip

In loving memory of uncle Phil . Such s true gentleman . I have such fond memories of you from younger days You will be so missed by all . Love Helen Pete and Max xxx

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A true gent who will be sadly missed.

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James and June Sherit donated in memory of Philip
Shirley Brampton wrote

A simple verse for a lovely kind man who will be missed by all his family. One couldn't have wished for a better brother in law. RIP Phil, sleep tight.

Look beyond the empty chair
to know a life well spent
Look beyond the solitude
To days of try content
Cherish in your broken heart
Each moment gladly shared
And feel the touch of memory
Beyond the empty chair.

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Graham & Carol Yates donated £20 in memory of Philip
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David Yates donated £50 in memory of Philip

Uncle Phil,

To us you were so special
What more is there to say?
We only wish with all our hearts
That you were still here today

Words are few
Thoughts are deep
And happy memories of you
Are all of ours to keep

You still live on in the hearts and minds
Of the loving family you have left behind

Lovingly remembered and special thoughts are with Rita, Graham, Darren, Michelle, Clare, Ryan and Dylan at this sad time.

All our love,

Dave and Michael xxx xxx

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Susan and Ted Yates wrote

Taken away far too soon. A lovely Brother in Law and Friend.
We will miss you very much. You will always be in our thoughts
Sue and Ted Yates

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Susan and Ted Yates wrote

Taken away far too soon. A lovely Brother-in-Law and friend.
We will miss you very much.

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Colin & Doreen Dorsett donated £30 in memory of Philip
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Colin & Doreen Dorsett wrote

Fond memories of you we will treasure for ever. God Bless. Colin & Doreen.

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Angie and Peter Wright donated £40 in memory of Philip
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Rita Baker donated £100 in memory of Philip

To my beloved husband Phil who is very sadly missed, rest in peace my darling. I will love you forever and look forward to when we meet again. All my love Rita. xxx

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Nicole Steventon donated in memory of Philip

Many happy memories. A true gentleman that will be sadly missed. Rest in peace.

Love Nicole, Paul and Caleb xx

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Dylan Baker posted a picture

Remembering you is easy, I do it every day, but missing you is a heartache that never goes away. Love Dylan

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Darren and Clare Baker wrote

May the winds of heaven blow softly
and whisper in your ear
How much we love and miss you
and wish that you were here.

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Darren and Clare Baker donated £100 in memory of Philip
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Christopher Steventon donated £20 in memory of Philip

Rest in peace Phil

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