Obituary of Elsie E. Baker
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GREENWOOD: Elsie E. Baker, 79, of Church Hill Road, passed away peacefully Friday morning September 10, 2021 at her home following a brief illness. Elsie was born April 6, 1942 in Canandaigua to the late Louis and Ruby (Harris) Robinson. On November 5, 1960, in Gorham, NY, she married Reginald D. “Reggie” Baker who predeceased her in June of 2019. She was also predeceased by two great-grandsons, Dennis George Turner and Ian Maniske-Huff and a brother William Waight. Elsie had lived the better part of her life in Greenwood, where she raised her family. She and her husband were very much a part of the Greenwood Vol. Fire Dept. and were a willing hand helping out with other community projects. Elsie and Reggie could also be found helping out Harry Lain and family at the Lain Cider Mill in Canisteo during apple cider season. Elsie is survived by six children: 4 sons, David Baker of Hornell, John Baker of Greenwood, Reginald D. (Laurie) Baker, Jr. of Adams, Charlie Baker (Sandy Mann) of Canisteo, two daughters, Beth (Dennis) McGregor of Greenwood and Wendy (Joel) Cochran of Hartsville. 13 grandchildren: Codie, Jesse, Jennifer, William, Corey, Danny, Nicole, Dakota, Rebecca, Ashley, Joel, Paul and Jenn. 14 great- grandchildren, Hayden, Sapphire, Zander, Danny, Ana, Shari, Kole, Tyger, Warwick, Willabrave, Zayne, Maizey, Ezra and Chase. She is also survived by a brother-in-law, Andrew (Blanche) Stephens of Woodhull. The family would like to invite family and friends to a memorial service and celebration of life for Elsie, Tuesday, September 21 at 4:00 pm at the Greenwood Vol. Fire Dept. with a dinner and fellowship to follow. Memorial contributions in Elsie’s name may be made to the Greenwood Vol. Fire Dept. 751 Andover St. Greenwood, NY 14839.
Memorial Service and Celebration of Life
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Greenwood Fire Department
1574 Andover Rd
Greenwood, New York, United States
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