OBITUARY

Miley Serrell Baker

Born October 27, 1929

Graveside service for Mr. Miley Serrell Baker, age 81, of Alabaster will be Monday, November 22, 2010 at 2 PM at Evergreen Cemetery with Chaplain Marylyn Pettit officiating. Mr. Baker was a veteran of the Korean war and served in the Army for 5 years. He attended Jacksonville State University and was retired from Jim Walter Corporation after 20 years of service. He is survived by his wife: Frances Baker of Alabaster, 2 daughters: Renee Norton of Hoover, Yevette Trussell of Helen, 5 grandsons and 1 great granddaughter. Curtis and Son Funeral Home North Chapel will direct the services.

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Miley Serrell Baker

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November 23, 2010

Mrs. Frances and daughters, I had the opportunity to meet a very special family.Sorry for your loss. Please call if we can do anything for your family.Sincerely, Celestie Mullins RN

Robert Sandifer

November 23, 2010

From the SouthernCare staff, our prayers are with you as you adjust to your loss.

Scott & Patty Weathington

November 22, 2010

Francis and Family, The loss of someone so close is difficult to bear. Patty and I share your grief.

Billy Dunlap

November 22, 2010

Francis, words can't express the loss Glenda and I feel for Miley's passing. He was truly a special individual. Time will pass but the memories, especially those from Ferncrest, will last forever. Billy and Glenda Dunlap.

November 22, 2010

Sally and George Castleberry

November 21, 2010

Frances and Family, We are sorry to read about Miley and will keep you in our prayers.

Don Saunders

November 21, 2010

Frances, I was so sorry to hear about Miley. But I have to smile thinking about some of the stories of "The Ranch Hands."

Sometimes, I would go home with Miley on a weekend and "Ma and Pa Baker" acted like they were just as happy to see me as Miley, maybe more so.

JC Corales

November 21, 2010

To Frances,
I am so sorry to hear the sad news about Miley. He will be dearly missed. May the memories you shared together always bring a smile. And most of all, May the God of Peace guard your heart and your thoughts to help you cope.

November 21, 2010

Dearest Frances: I deeply regret your loss. Miley will be missed by everyone who ever met him especially those of us who were his friends at Jacksonville. I encourage you to celebrate the great life the two of you enjoyed throughout your wonderful marriage, and I ask that in your grief to remember those of us from so many year ago who will always have you in our hearts and prayers. Coosa Day