OBITUARY

Doris Baker

January 15, 1922October 5, 2010

Passed away peacefully on October 5, 2010 at Cambridge Memorial Hospital. Loving mother to Carole George(Alan) and Colin Baker (Stephanie). Grandmother to Tracy Boyle (Peter) Chris George, Lindsey Baker, Debbie Baker(Jamie). Great Grandmother to Craig, Ashley, Katrina, Jessica, Matthew and Chelsea. Memorial Service will be held from the Chapel of Coutts Funeral Home, 96 St. Andrews Street, Cambridge on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 11 a.m.. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. Share online condolences and tributes at www.couttsfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Memorial Service Tuesday, October 12, 2010
REMEMBERING

Doris Baker

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October 22, 2010

Dear Doris.
Sorry I didn't get a chance to say goodbye.I am going to miss our
phone chats and laughs.You were the last of my sisters and I loved you.
I am sure you will meet up with Ted,the love of your life.

Sister Jean,Don,Chris,Michelle&Debbie.

Jean Hume Alnmouth

October 21, 2010

All the family enjoyed seeing Doris over here in 2007 and Janice and I enjoyed our trip to see her and Ted in Brampton,we always had a good laugh.

Thinking of you always,Joyce,Peter,Michael and Joanne Harlow England.

Peter Rountree

October 21, 2010

We were very happy to see Doris when she came over to England in the summer of 2007 to visit us. We had a lovely day in Alnmouth catching up and watching the raft race on the river Aln. We were sad to hear of her passing.

Brother Peter, Jean, Andrew & Caroline x x x x

Tracy Boyle

October 12, 2010

God saw you getting tired,
When a cure was not to be.
So He wrapped his arms around you,
and whispered, "come to me."

You didn't deserve what you went through,
So He gave you rest.
God's garden must be beautiful,
He only takes the best

And when I saw you sleeping,
So peaceful and free from pain
I could not wish you back
To suffer that again.


Love you Nanny Tracy and Peter xxxx

Kathleen @ Jack Boyle

October 11, 2010

Be Still

Be still like the grass on a melancholy summer day
Be still like desert shrub.

Be calm and you will hear your loved one speak, in the stillness, in the calm, their love resounds.

If you are still this promise I make, you will hear the voice of your loved one helping you along your way.

Josie & David Giometelo

October 11, 2010

Doris was a wonderful, caring and thoughtful friend. Please accept our deepest condolences. Doris will surely go straight to Heaven!

Josie and David Giometelo, Brampton

Stephanie Baker

October 10, 2010

Hope where you are Ted is by your side and there is plenty of dancing and the lottery!.You made me laugh,you will be sadly missed.
Love Stephanie XXXX

Lindsey Baker

October 9, 2010

When I was a little girl,
You taught me how to knit and pearl, and if I ate my crusts my hair would curl,
If a thunder bolt should strike Collier Row, under the stairs we would go...

When I was older,
You taught me life was for laughing, dancing and living, Never taking - always giving.


Your glass was always half full, even after a flutter when the Scotch bottle and your purse were half empty! :-)
For you friends and family were plenty.

Birthdays and Christmas a card was always sent, but sadly across the miles not enough time and company spent.

Nan I'm so sorry I didn't get to say goodbye at the end of your days,
But I want you to know I will miss you today and always.

I hope that in a while, when I think of you it will be with a smile,
As I'll picture you dancing with Grandad Ted, side by side again like the day you were wed,

I love you Nan, it's so sad your life had to end,
Goodbye from Lindsey, your Grandaughter and your friend.

XXX

Lindsey Baker

October 9, 2010

When I was a little girl,
You taught me how to knit and pearl, and if I ate my crusts my hair would curl,
If a thunder bolt should strike Collier Row, under the stairs we would go...

When I was older,
You taught me life was for laughing, dancing and living, Never taking - always giving.


Your glass was always half full, even after a flutter when the Scotch bottle and your purse were half empty! :-)
For you friends and family were plenty.

Birthdays and Christmas a card was always sent, but sadly across the miles not enough time and company spent.

Nan I'm so sorry I didn't get to say goodbye at the end of your days,
But I want you to know I will miss you today and always.

I hope that in a while, when I think of you it will be with a smile,
As I'll picture you dancing again with Grandad Ted, side by side just like the day you were wed,

I love you Nan, it's so sad your life had to end,
Goodbye from Lindsey, your Grandaughter and your friend.

XXX

Lindsey Baker

October 9, 2010

When I was a little girl,
You taught me how to knit and pearl, and if I ate my crusts my hair would curl,
If a thunder bolt should strike Collier Row, under the stairs we would go...

When I was older,
You taught me life was for laughing, dancing and living, Never taking - always giving.


Your glass was always half full, even after a flutter when the Scotch bottle and your purse were half empty! :-)
For you friends and family were plenty.

Birthdays and Christmas a card was always sent, but sadly across the miles not enough time and company spent.

Nan I'm so sorry I didn't get to say goodbye at the end of your days,
But I want you to know I will miss you today and always.

I hope that in a while, when I think of you it will be with a smile,
As I'll picture you dancing again with Grandad Ted, side by side just like the day you were wed,

I love you Nan, it's so sad your life had to end,
Goodbye from Lindsey, your Grandaughter and your friend.

XXX