David Franklin Baker

David Franklin Baker
December 20, 1969 – October 1, 2017

David Baker, 47, of Bryan, TX, formerly of Texarkana, AR, passed away on Sunday, October 1, 2017, in Bryan, TX. A visitation will be held from 7 to 9 pm on Thursday, October 5, 2017, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center.  Life Tribute Celebration begins at 10 am, Friday, October 6, 2017, at Parkway Baptist Church, 1501 Southwest Parkway, College Station, TX. Interment will follow in the College Station Memorial Cemetery, 3801 Raymond Stotzer Parkway in College Station, TX. Officiating services is Pastor Chris Snidow. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.

David was born to his parents, Ruben and Martha Bridges Baker, in Texarkana, TX, on December 20, 1969. He was one of two sons born to his parents. He enjoyed spending time with his family while fishing and traveling and every day activities. He was baptized at the age of nineteen and lived out his faith daily. He married Pamela Anne Smith in 1993 and they raised two children, Aaron and Ashley.

His father, Ruben Baker preceded him in death.

He is survived by his wife of 24 years, Pamela Baker; his son, Aaron Baker; and his daughter, Ashley Baker, all of Bryan, TX; mother, Martha Baker of Texarkana, AR his brother and sister-in-law, Dennis and Shannon Baker, of Texarkana, AR; his parents-in-laws, Paul and Diana Smith of New Boston, TX; the family pet cat Daisy; and host of close friends and other relatives.

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  1. David you will be missed by your friends and family. David you were such a good person, I know that you are in a special place in heaven. My heart goes out to your family. Words are never enough to heal a broken heart, but I hope that time will bring them peace.

  2. I’m sorry to hear about David. I worked with him at New Millennium. I worked in Florida but visited him a few times while he worked in Hope. He was a friendly guy and easy to get along with. People liked him ’cause he was just a nice guy. I enjoyed the time I spent getting to know him. I know he loved his family and was devoted to caring for each of you. He spoke on many occasions about his son and daughter and mother. When he spoke of his kids you could hear the pride in his voice. It was always nice talking to him even if it was a quick email to catch up with each other. Just know his New Millennium family has your family in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Pam, Aaron, Ashley & Martha. I am so very sorry for the loss of David. He was such a kind man, loving husband & father. I know you were so happy in your new home. Your memories & the love of Jesus will carry you. The anchor holds.

  4. I’m sorry to here this news, David and I grew up together playing baseball in his back yard, and riding bicycles. David was a very good athlete and better friend, I wish we had stayed in touch a little more over the years, but I always knew I could call him and we would pick up where we left off. My prayers are with you Pam, Ms Baker , and Dennis.

  5. We are praying for you all as you bid farewell to David’s earthly body he no longer needs. We rejoice with you in his Heavenly homegoing where he has a new body free from any pain or suffering. David was an honorable man who loved the Lord and serving others. He was not only our friend, but our brother in Christ. It’s not goodbye, but we’ll see you again. Love and prayers to you all! Steve and Gale Woolsey

  6. So very sorry about David. Wish we could be there for you but Bobby just had back surgery and cannot travel. Please know our love and prayers are with you all! I believe the Lord will bring you comfort that passes all understanding in the days ahead!

  7. We have only known David for a short time but could tell he was a wonderful man of God, loving and serving his Lord Jesus faithfully. His first act on moving his family to College Station was to find them a loving church home. Thinking first of your spiritual needs, as well as your physical and emotional needs. I am so glad he and you chose Parkway. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Pam, Aaron, Ashley and Martha. We know you will miss him. But we do not grieve as ones without hope.

  8. Pam, Aaron, Ashley, Martha, Dennis I am so sorry for each of you on your loss of your Loved one David. David was always such a kind nice guy and Loved the Lord, Loved his Family with all his heart. I send Love for each of you and Prayers for Strength, Peace today and time to come.. Gods Blessings..

  9. Pam, we are so sorry to hear about David. I know you and your family will miss him.
    You can take comfort in knowing he was a believer in Jesus Christ.
    Pam and Bud Taplin

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