OBITUARY

Theodore Stephen Baker

September 9, 1934September 10, 2018

Theodore Stephen Baker, 84, of Ocoee, Florida, died September 10, 2018. Born if Brooklyn, N.Y. September 9, 1934 to Sam and Eva Baker. Theodore owned and managed Ted's Catering for over 25 years. Ted loved to bowl, and was an avid bowler for the Brunswick Senior Bowling League. He is survived by his wife of 61 years Patricia (Kane) Baker of Ocoee, Florida, Children: Michael (Theresa) Baker of Fruitland Park, Florida, James (Susan) Baker of Clermont, Florida, Maureen Johnson of Minneola, Florida. Lori (Marion Walters) Baker of Ocoee. Grandchildren: David, Corrine, Chase, Stephen, Andrew and Austin, and one great grand child: Addie. Theodore is preceded in death by his parents Sam and Eva (Kurman) Baker, Services to be held at Woodlawn Funeral Home and Holy Family Catholic Church. See website for dates and times.

  • FAMILY

  • He is survived by his wife of 61 years Patricia (Kane) Baker of Ocoee, Florida, children; Michael (Theresa) Baker of Fruitland Park, Florida, James (Susan) Baker of Clermont, Florida, Maureen Johnson of Minneola, Florida, Lori (Marion Walters) Baker of Ocoee. Grandchildren; David, Corrine, Chase, Stephen, Andrew and Austin and one great grand child; Addie.

    Theodore is preceded in death by his parents Sam and Eva (Kurman) Baker.

Services

  • Visitation with Rosary Service Wednesday, September 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, September 13, 2018
REMEMBERING

Theodore Stephen Baker

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Janet Baker

September 12, 2018

I know Ted for as long as Pat, as I was there when Pat met him. Roller skating was one of our passions when we were teenagers. It must have been a Saturday when Pat and I went to Walcliff Skating Rink in Queens and this very nice young man asked Pat to dance. She told him she was a little older, and he told her he was a little younger. It must have been love at first sight because Pat and Ted were married two years later when Pat was only 19. I was in the bridal party. Ted was a very good and kind man who was a very hard worker. He loved Pat beyond measure and he loved his children as a father should. He will be missed. May he Rest In Peace.

FROM THE FAMILY