Baker
Harold

Date of death:
Monday February 26, 2018

source
The Whig Standard, Kingston, ON
2018-03-10

Baker, Harold Harry passed away peacefully on February 26, 2018 in Richmond Hill. Predeceased by the love of his life, Nancy, he is survived by sons Richard (Rochelle), Mark (Susan), and Paul (Melinda); and grandchildren Julie, Jennifer, Graeme, Sydney and Gryphon. Harry graduated in 1956 in Electrical Engineering from UofT., married, moved to Ottawa with the air force before going into patents and trademarks. They moved to Manotick to raise 3 sons, showed and field trialed dogs, and bought and operated a farm near Inkerman. Farming and private practice kept him busy into his 70's. They were involved in the Anglican Church, led Cursillos. Later Harry inspired people at the Third Day Adventist Church in Kingston. We thank Dr. John Matthews (Hematologist-ret) and Dr. Christine White (Nephrologist) and KGH staff for their 5 years of care; Palliative Care in Richmond Hill and Seniors For Seniors. Donations to cancer research are welcomed. The Whig Standard, Kingston, ON, 2018-03-10 --- Harold Baker Harry passed away peacefully on February 26, 2018 in Richmond Hill. Predeceased by the love of his life, Nancy, he is survived by their sons: Richard (Rochelle), Mark (Susan), and Paul (Melinda), and grandchildren Julie, Jennifer, Graeme, Sydney and Gryphon. He and Nancy met at UofT. He graduated in 1956 in Electrical Engineering, they were married and moved to Ottawa. Harry left the air force and went into patents and trademarks. They moved to Manotick, raised their sons, and showed and field trialed dogs. They bought and operated a 250 acre farm near Inkerman. Full time farming and running his private practice kept him busy into his 70's. Harry and Nancy were involved in the Anglican Church; he was a Cursillo Movement leader. Lately he has inspired people at the Third Day Adventist Church in Kingston. We thank his doctors in Kingston, especially Dr. John Matthews (Hematologist-ret) and Dr. Christine White (Nephrologist) and KGH staff; Palliative Care in Richmond Hill; and Seniors For Seniors for keeping him company when we couldn't be there. Anyone wishing to commemorate Harry can donate to cancer research. Funeral Home Marshall Funeral Home 10366 Yonge Street Richmond Hill, ON L4C 3B8 (905) 884-1062 Published in The Ottawa Citizen from Mar. 9 to Mar. 10, 2018

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