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Frances Baker

Frances Baker

Saturday, November 4th, 1933 Saturday, September 19th, 2020

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Obituary for Frances Artel Baker

Frances Artel Baker was born to Tim and Ola Sullivan November 4, 1933 on the ranch in Otis, Colorado.
There she was raised on the family ranch until she married Glenn Baker of Yuma, Colorado. Together they tried ranching and various of things in Otis and Yuma until moving with 2 children to Denver and then Arvada where they had 2 more children. They finally moved to Westminster in the late 50’s where they raised their children to adulthood. Frances ways always very active in church, schools or whenever anyone needed her. She was a very devout Catholic, loving her faith and church wherever she was. She told many stories of her youth of her dad Tim and Father Coyne being together at the ranch with the family.
Frances fiercely loved her family and friends and was completely devoted to them in every capacity. She never turned anyone away who needed her help. Her big heart, loving arms and wise words comforted many people throughout her life. She was loved and admired by so many.
She was known by Frances, Fran, Franny, and Francie. She loved working in her yard and gardens, spring was her favorite time of year beginning with Easter and watching everything turn green, bloom and come alive. She never tired of working to make her yard beautiful.
Frances was the hardest working, classy and most unselfish person you could have the pleasure of knowing.
Some of children can lay claim to seeing her Irish temper a time or two, but even that was endearing.
Frances was preceded in death by her parents, sister, brother, husband and son. She is survived by son Kraig (Amber) daughter Glenna (Jay) son Kenny (Laurie). She is also survived by 10 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and 8 great-great grandchildren.

A funeral mass will be held at Shrine of St. Anne’s Catholic parish on October 15, 2020 at 11:00 am.
7555 Grant Pl.
Arvada, CO.



In lieu of flowers please consider sending donations to St. Jude’s Hospital. Frances donated regularly. It is one of her favorites.

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Josh Navis

May perpetual light shine upon you Aunt Fan..... I love and miss you.
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