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Dallas T. Baker
  • July 03, 1929
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  • April 18, 2015

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A Memorial Service will be held for Dallas Thomas Baker on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Maitland, 1950 Mohican Trail, Maitland, FL 32751. Following the Service at 4:00 p.m. there will be a Celebration of Life Reception to be held in the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church of Maitland.

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  1. 25 Apr 2015
    Ronda Baker says:
    My deepest sympathies to the family. Uncle Dallas holds a very special place in my heart and he will be missed tremendously. He was truly one of a kind. May he R.I.P. Love him FOREVER. ..

  2. 23 Apr 2015
    Joe Price says:
    To all the family and friends God Bless each of you. It has been my absolute pleasure to have known Brother Dallas through ham radio. Brother Dallas makes going to heaven even better we all love him and Miss Billie and always will God Bless. kj4eqa Joe

  3. 23 Apr 2015
    Ken Johnson says:
    Well my brother is gone from me but to a better place , I hope to have a place next to him with Jesus. bro Dallas talked me into ham radio and got my ticket right after him his call was WD4DDO And I was WD4DDP and I will miss him a bunch . and I will say, I could not say it any better than what TERRY and TRINA Baker just said 73 bro Dallas I will see you in HEAVEN

  4. 23 Apr 2015
    Cheryl and Ralph Henes says:
    Brother Dallas, my life is much better for meeting you and seeing the light of Jesus in your eyes. I loved you and Miss Billie from the time I met you and know I will see you again one day soon. Asking God to wrap Miss Billie and family in his loving arms until you're back together again. God loves you and so do We. K9csh & w9car saying 73, 88 and 99 until we meet again.

  5. 23 Apr 2015
    Joe Lanier, KE5NYS says:
    What a great ham radio friend who will be much missed!Fortunately, for Christians, "Passing is just the doormat they wipe their feet on before entering Heaven"
    (Ray Comfort). RIP-Dallas, WD4DDO

  6. 23 Apr 2015
    Jim & Alice Laine says:
    Brother Dallas is a true Saint of the Lord. All who knew him were blessed to be in his presence. He was a true light in the darkness.
    We count it a great blessing to have spent time with him.

    While Heaven rejoices, we feel great loss. He is truly missed and will always be loved.

  7. 23 Apr 2015
    Judy Brendle says:
    Dallas you were an inspiration to everyone who met you. A beautiful devout Christian who lit up the room with love. You and Miss Billie were tops on the world's list of the most loving and caring people!
    Dallas you were truly loved and will be missed, but we know you are home with the Lord now. Time to rest Dallas, your light will continue to shine.

  8. 22 Apr 2015
    Ron Moriarty says:
    Time to think,
    I think of you and Miss Billie every day,
    the fellowship we shared will live on.
    The love for our Lord will never sway,
    I know we will all be back together some day.
    The precious years you had with your loving bride,
    are memories that will forever last and never die.
    Our net came to life when you would call in.
    you now have your reward no pain at last.
    your words live on brother ~ “God Loves You And So Do I,”
    nothing will ever take that away.
    For your Miss Billie we ask our Lord to give her comfort,
    and all your family to know that comfort too.
    You will be missed brother Dallas,
    we know your in the arms of our loving Lord.
    one day we will all be together again,
    And what a celebration that will be.
    Rest well Dallas...Rest in peace.
    Your loving brother and sister in Christ.
    Ron & Ann Moriarty VA3NY & VA3OY

  9. 21 Apr 2015
    Terry and Trina Baker says:
    My Dad was a loving, caring person who would give you the shirt off his back; he always wanted to help! He was a great father, father-in-law, husband and pawpaw! After God, he loved his family the most; his wife, his children, his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Nothing brightened his day as much as having any of his family come to visit him. Even when his health began to fail, if he knew he was going to see family, he would rally and do better. He loved life itself and his experiences and stories entertained us through the years. He loved to fish and coon hunt, raised blue tick hounds and german shepherds and trained Tennessee Walking horses. He loved to be with friends as well as family and had many from all over the united states as he was a Ham Radio operator. He was a 32nd degree mason. He was a hardworking man who could do anything and fix anything. He was a devout Christian who loved the Lord. He tried always to be Christlike. My Father was loved by many and was a bright light who touched many lives. He was the world to his family. No man could ever be as loved or will be as missed as my Father, Dallas Thomas Baker. We love you Dad! We will see you again in Heaven!

  10. 21 Apr 2015
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