Stacy Lynn Baker

February 13, 1975October 12, 2020

Stacy Lynn (Dodenhoeft) Baker, 45, passed away peacefully at her home in Johnstown, CO surrounded by family on Monday October 12, 2020, due to complications following her battle with cancer.

Stacy was born in Longmont, Colorado, to Thomas and Gaylene Dodenhoeft. She pursued and achieved her childhood dream of becoming a Registered Nurse, but she always considered her greatest accomplishment of all as being a wife and mother. She thrived at being a homemaker, daughter, sister, and aunt. She was always planning fun things to do with her family.

Stacy had a big heart, an unconditional love for her family and friends and an unwavering loyalty to those she loved. She was amazing at making new friends and acquaintances anywhere she went. Stacy was much like her dad in that she knew no strangers. She loved nursing, celebrating holidays & birthdays, music, and traveling. Stacy always jumped at any opportunity for a new adventure. She traveled to Greece, Italy, Turkey, Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, England and France just to name a few.

Stacy was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Dodenhoeft; mother-in law, Carol Baker; grandparents, Clem & Daisy Dodenhoeft and Harry & NioLee Petersen.

She will be greatly missed by her husband, Kevin Baker; son, Kaleb Baker; step-son, Andrew Baker; mother, Gaylene Dodenhoeft; father in law, Dwight Baker; brother, Scott (Jaime) Dodenhoeft; sister, Suzanne (Dan) Young; sister-in law, Carrie Williams; brother-in-laws, Dwight Baker Jr, Terry Smith & Paul Smith; nieces, Rylee, Kayel, and Skylar; nephews, Tyler and Lane; along with many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

An informal open house/celebration of life will be held in Stacy's honor on Saturday October 24th from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 3435 Brunner Blvd, Johnstown, CO 80534.

In adherence to Covid-19 pandemic protocols, non-family visitors are asked to pay their respects to the family for a short time so that all those that wish to attend have an opportunity to speak to the family. Please note the church building must adhere to a gathering of no more than 100 people at one time. Social distancing and face masks are required for those in attendance.

Should friends and family desire to send flowers to the immediate family please have all floral arrangements delivered to the funeral home and the family will be able to receive them there. Please make sure that all arrangements ordered are requested to be delivered only within our normal business hours of Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Thank you.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Stacy Lynn Baker

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sandy jacobi

October 17, 2020

Meet Stacy at the prison in Denver. I worked in clinic with her and she was a fun person to be around and after she left the the prison in 2006 I lost contact with her until 2017 and a mutual friend Darrel Mikulas had Stacy and I over for dinner. I got to met Kaleb for the first time. I wish I would of talked with her more and kept in touch. I will miss her smile and laugh.

Michelle Edwards

October 17, 2020

We met Stacy at the Lunch Box, she was one of our special customers that always had an conversation with, I remember when she she told us that they found something suspicious and had to get an Biopsy. We got so concerned for her, she kept us updated and kept her in our prayers and thoughts. She loved bringing her son in before karate around the corner.
She was so scared to leave her son of anything were to happen to her.
She tried to fight the cancer as much as she could.
I hope her Kaleb had some great memories that he will never forget.
We pray that God will give you all the peace needed right now.
Hope to run into Kaleb someday again
Chris and Michelle Edwards

Michael Evans

October 16, 2020

She was a mazing person.
I remember the day she asked me to go to prom with her. I was excited that she was older than me and she was so pretty and we always had fun. We did stupid things Hanging out laughing. I remember the stupid Day in high school when they had slave day she asked me to be your slave for the day because She just became Senior in high school. I was a friend i said yes without thinking. We were neighbours for solo every time I went to Colorado Springs I tried to hang out my friend my buddy my pal.
I am so glad you are my friend, I am sorry you are gone. You will be missed.

Jamie and sean Magley

October 15, 2020

Stacy was always so much fun to be around. We had classes together way back in high school and used to laugh thur most of them. I will never forget her spark for life. I know she will be greatly missed. God bless her family and know she is in a much better place than we can ever imagine!!

Christi (Donahoo) Hoel

October 15, 2020

I am deeply saddened by the news of Stacy’s passing. I have only fond memories of her starting in elementary school. We spent a ton of time together through elementary & junior high school, always such a kind soul. RIP, old friend.

Lance Compton

October 15, 2020

I have plenty of memories, a lot of the time when Kaleb would come in to Legends Of Aurora.
She would be probably be a touch exhausted maybe needed a break and would sit in the first Bay window, which would be where I would sit (there were two tables at the time). I would multitask playing trivia and looking after Kaleb while Stacy and Kaleb needed to eat or catch up on her SM or phone calls. To entertain a child with autism is a challenge, as I understand what she is going through; I put my mother through it too. She trusted me to see that Kaleb was comfortable.
I thank her for her friendship and sharing Kaleb. To the family, thank you for her presence...she will be definitely be missed by those she met. If it were not for social media, we all would not be aware. My condolences to you all and prayers are daily events.
Rest in peace, Stacy. We fight everyday and won't stop until. Thanks!

Franki Garcia

October 14, 2020

I never meant a person as lovey as you! Your heart was so big it welcomed everyone in it! I met her years ago while working as a registered nurse. We laughed together, and had so much fun just hanging out!
We shared her belief in God together! She loved her family so much.... Her sister was her best friend. I remember her telling me all the time about her beautiful mother!
I just want to remember your smile because I never met anyone that was a true genuine woman like you!
God Bless your family!

Amy Honstein

October 14, 2020

What can I say about Stacy. So many things but most important to me is how God placed her in my life. I would have never known her if I didn’t date her brother in high school. We instantly became friends like she did with everyone she met. We had lost touch a bit after I graduated but I will never forget when we reconnected. She introduced me to my now husband. She was the reason my life has been so amazing. Even through growing into adults we still stayed friends. We might have went years without talking but when we did it was like we never lost those years. She will always have such a special place in heart. She will be spoke of often when I tell the story of how I met Dallas. I will miss her so much!!
We love you Stacy D 💕💕


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