Pat Baker, 73, of Amarillo, TX died Wednesday, September 28, 2022.
Services will be at 10:00 A.M., Thursday, October 6, 2022, at First Baptist Church Chapel with Dr. Howard K. Batson officiating. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
Pat was born October 26, 1948, in Houston, TX to Elmer and Mildred Sparks. She graduated from McArthur High School in 1967. Pat worked as a secretary and receptionist for many years. She last worked for Northwest Texas Heart Hospital. Pat married David Baker on April 23, 2006. She enjoyed working and attending family activities. She was a member of First Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband David Baker, of Amarillo, TX; children, Sue Clapp and husband Tye, of Amarillo, TX, Casy Blackwell and wife Carisa, of Dumas, Kim Rowan, of Georgetown, TX, and Michael Baker and wife Allyn, of Dallas; a sister, Nancy Estep, of Houston, TX; seven grandchildren, Zackary Clapp, Brittany Payne and husband Andrew, Emily Kennedy and husband, Dakota, Tyler Blackwell, Riley Rowan, Gabe Esquela, and Noah Baker; and three great-grandchildren, Emma, Austyn, and Wyatt.
4 Replies to “Pat Baker”
Sweet Par- I did t know you had left this crazy world for Heaven. Miss seeing you at NW and always k ew you needed 4 chairs as I went on my hunt. Happy Heavenly homecoming.
Blessings to your family. Melba Boydstun
My deepest sympathies to you, David,and the family. Pat was one of the nicest people I have every met. We had many conversations at the hospital on the days we were both there. Even during the times that she did not feel well, she was cheerful and thoughtful of others. I have missed her during our time off. May God comfort you and give you peace. Rest well Pat, you have earned it!
Oh Pat, I can still see you sitting at your desk, helping others. You made that office a happy place! You always had a smile and a nice greeting when I would come in. You will be missed!
Mrs. Pat I will miss you dearly, I will never forget your loving heart and kindness you showed me when I worked in your area at NWTH Heart Hospital. You always left me little gifts on my desk each week and even gave me money to purchase shoes I needed for my back problems. I am so blessed to have met someone as special as you. May you rest in peace Love, Monica