Judith Ann Baker

February 9, 1950September 19, 2011

Judith Ann Baker February 9, 1950 – September 19, 2011

Beloved friend to all, Judith Ann Baker, left this earthly world to be with her Lord and Savior on September 19, 2011, she passed away peacefully in her home in The Woodlands, TX. Judith was born February 9, 1950 in Seattle, Washington. Judith was preceded in death by her parents, Walter E. Baker and Alice M. Baker and the love of her life her dog, DooDad. She is survived by her cousins, William J. Bombardier, Yvonne Bombardier, Renee Bombardier of Dawsonville, GA and Kimberly Bombardier of Seattle, WA, step-mother, Francis Baker and step-sisters, Kathie Hudman and husband, Connie Ziesmer and husband, Renee Morgan and step-brother Scott Morgan of Washington, as well as the countless friends in her life. Judith was a woman of many talents. The greatest being the theatre. Her love and talent for the theatre was like her heart….ENORMOUS! Second (only to her singing) was the uncanny ability to know when a friend needed to be cheered up by a phone call. For all those who had the pleasure and honor of hearing her sing, know that her tremendous voice will resonate among us forever. Another of her talents was cooking and her willingness to share this talent with those she loved.

A memorial service will held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at the Owen Theatre in Conroe, TX. Please come for a time of fellowship to honor, reminisce and celebrate her life, past and future.


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Katherine Navarra

October 1, 2011

Our family is very sad to hear about Judith's passing. What a wonderful woman! She was a sweet lady who my children adored. She is going to be missed dearly by all of those who's lives she touched. She is singing with the angels now.

Rita Bass

September 29, 2011

There are no words to describe this wonderful women. We have been friends from Chevron for a very long time. When she moved to Houston we were able to see each other and/with our friends for lunch. But for me, the last two years she was my support, friend and my angel. When m;y husband passed about 2 months ago. Judith called me every day sometimes twice a day just to make sure I was ok. To see if she could do anything, bring me dinner, take me to dinner take of my dogs (Auntie Judith to them). I am so blessed and thankful to have had her in my life. There are not enough words to discribe this wonderful woman. Judith I miss you so. I wish I could remember your friend in New York. I would love to talk to you one more time. Peace be unto my friend.

Rita Faye Bass