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Sherri Marie Baker-Baxter

Sherri Marie Baker-Baxter

May 28, 1957 - January 30, 2020

Sherri Marie Baker-Baxter, 62, was born May 28, 1957 in Ithaca, NY she left to be with our Lord Jan 30, 2020. Her father Robert H. Baker and sister Debra Masters preceded her in death. Sherri was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt B, but her favorite title was Nan. She loved the outdoors, nature, and gardening, she had an amazing green thumb. Survived by husband Wayne "Shorty" Baxter; children: Bobbi Mansfield, Shane and wife Michelle Baxter, Lindsi and husband Jesse Grooms, Brandi Baxter and fiancé Johnnie Teel; grandchildren: Destyni, Hunter, Kaylie, Konnor, Justice, Anthony, Ember, and Kooper; siblings: Linda and husband Dirk Crawford, Bob and wife Becky Baker, Wendy Stone, Brenda and husband Terry Elam, Ray and wife Teddi Baker, Mary and husband Trey Ormsbee, many nieces & nephews, and many many great and great great nieces & nephews.

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Services by
Church of Angels Funeral Home

6301 Granbury Rd, Fort Worth,

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    I meet Sherri in 1976 we became best of friends we raised our kids together and laughed together even cried together we went everywhere together we party together worked together I never really let anyone in to my secret place I was always the quite one but when I meat Sherri it was like she was the sister I never had are the true adult friend my life time buddy we used to tell each other when we grow old that we would be the old ladies that no one would be able to know which one was causing the most trouble in the 43 years we have been friends our life’s would Go separate ways we always new all we had to do is call and it would be just like we had just seen each other we would always tell each other our secrets and we would have those long night talks she was my dearest friend we didn’t always agree but that was just us but we did laugh a lot I will miss my best friend but I do know she is walking the streets of gold in heaven with her family and she told me she knew my mom and dad would be waiting there also and she would give them a hug for me I know she is having a wonderful time probably tell on me lol she will be so missed
    Patricia Scott Feb 04, 2020