|Birth: ||Aug. 1, 1908|
|Death: ||Jan. 18, 2000|
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Former long-time Modoc resident Earl Conrad Baker, passed away on Tuesday, January 18, 2000, at the age of 91 in Red Bluff, Calif.
Born to Katherine and Connie Baker of Oroville, Calif., on August 1, 1908, he later became a butcher and continued this profession until his retirement in 1977. Earl worked at the Alturas Creamery and is best remembered as the "milk man," always dressed in white coveralls and making sure everyone "got milk."
He moved to Cedarville in 1946 and married Marjorie Vermillion in January 1947. She preceded him in death in 1973, after 25 years of marriage.
Earl enjoyed his grandchildren, great grandchildren, fishing, hunting, playing cards, slots and the Lottery. A good person who was well liked in all circles, Earl will be missed by his many friends and his family.
Survivors include his daughters and sons-in-law Marnell and Barry Adkins of Wells, Nev., Debbie and Jim Gibson, Becky and Ken Eusted of Red Bluff; grandchildren Jess and Dana Gibson, Carla and Chris Clintsman of Red Bluff, Darin and Kathy Royce of Spring Creek, Nev., Maren and Kelli Eusted of Red Bluff, Marjie Gibson and Jaime Pasillas of Monterey, Cory Royce and Megan Orner of Alturas, and Kendee Eusted and Jack Vance of Chico and six great-grandchildren Blaine and Brooke Gibson, Kevin and Ashley Gibson-Zumalt of Red Bluff, Jarett Royce of Alturas and Kyle Royce of Spring Creek, Nev.
Earl will have three more great-grandchildren this year.
Located and contributed by Bill Gransee
Created by: Judy Lu
Record added: Sep 08, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11709976
Earl served in the Sea Bees with the U.S. Navy in the Philippines during World War II. Thank you for your service to your country. God Bless!!|
Added: Nov. 22, 2012
He enjoyed his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Earl enjoyed fishing, hunting, playing cards, slots and the Lottery. |
Added: Sep. 8, 2005