Laquita Joyce Baker, 69, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on May 4, 2023.
Services will be held at a later date.
Laquita was born in Enid, Oklahoma on April 18, 1954, to Oleta and Joe Ream. She was the oldest of six children. She graduated from Caprock High School. Laquita worked for SBC/AT&T as a long distant operator for 35 years. After retirement, Laquita went to work as a care giver in the Alzheimer’s unit at the Ware Memorial Care Center. She loved her long hair and bell bottom pants – she was our little hippie. Her personality was always bubbly, and she had the most kind and generous heart.
Laquita married Dick Baker at Memorial Park in Amarillo, Texas on September 1, 1978. Together, they loved to travel. Her favorite location they visited was Costa Rica.
Laquita loved her animals. She could often be found outside watching the birds. She was a master gardener and could grow things that no one else could. She also enjoyed spending time at Baker’s Acres Peace Farm.
She was preceded in death by her brother, David Ream.
She is survived by her husband, Dick Baker; daughter, Lanita “Tylene” Floyd and husband Aaron; grandsons, Jacob, Jordan, and James Martinez; great-grandsons, Jayvien and Jarron; parents, Oleta and Joe Ream; siblings, Janita Hopkins and husband Jerry, Joleta Boyles and husband Bob, Lorita Bishop and husband Jerry, and Jerry Ream and wife Linda; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
17 Replies to “Laquita Joyce Baker”
I am sorry for your loss she was fun be around and she was goof prison I so happy I get to meet her at work she will be miss love you friend pray for the family
So sorry to hear this. Prayers for family.
My heart is broken. Laquita was such a wonderful person and friend. I am so glad I got to meet her. Sending lots of prayers ❤️.
I am so sorry for your loss and I’m praying for the family. I loved Laquita, she was a cool cousin. I have good memories of us when we were kids. Love you Laquita say hi to David. We miss you both! ❤️
My thoughts and prayers with you and yours.
My deepest sympathy over the loss of Laquita. I hold her family in my heart and prayers.
Laquita was such a sweet person. She was always smiling and so happily. Prayers for the family.
Every time I think of her I laugh. We always had such a fun time hanging out with y’all. Rest easy Laquita. I’ll do my best to keep Dick laughing.
So sorry for y’all’s loss. I loved working with Laquita. We had so much fun. Prayers to the family.
My heart is broken…she was everyone’s friend…the world has lost a beautiful person…speechless..
I will miss you it was so nice working with you RIP my friend
My heart is breaking for Dick. Laquita was the love of his life. Our most sincere condolences for Dick and the entire family.
Undoubtedly a very beautiful and talented woman. I know she was an awesome gardener and we all were able to share part of her bounty.
Sending peace and comfort to all those whose lives she impacted, and especially those who will be missing her so much.
I always called her “Qitta”. I can hear her laughing now and see her eating her chocolate. Never forgotten. Rest In Peace sweetie.❤️
So sorry to hear about Laquita. I always liked her and enjoyed working with her. God Bless her loved ones. May you find peace in your sorrow.
She was known as the e-time queen at SBC-ATT. She is so beautiful. She is now talking and playing with all her pets.
We are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers.