Randall Baker

Randall Baker, 63, of Bremond, Texas, passed away Tuesday July 12, 2016. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers in Bryan College Station, Texas. For more information contact [wpseo_address show_state=”1″ show_country=”1″ show_phone=”1″ show_phone_2=”1″ show_fax=”1″ show_email=”1″ show_logo=”0″]


  1. I would like to offer my sincere condolences to Randy’s family and friends. I was saddened to hear of his passing. We were best friends throughout our childhood and I have fond memories of the many activities that we participated in growing up including Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Explorers, Philmont Scout Ranch, Camp Strake and many other great times while growing up in College Station. I will surely miss him even though we lost touch with each other years ago. May God bless you in this time of sorrow and provide comfort.

    • Bob,
      Thank you for sharing some sweet memories of Randy’s scouting days. When I think of my brothers and scouts I think of the Loveless family. Oh how they loved the shooting range and learning about gun safety from your father. Blessings to you and yours.
      Renai Baker Lackey

      • Renaissance, it was good to see you yesterday and the service and memories of Randy were memorable. Thanks for including all of us in the remembrance ceremony. I will forward the scanned photos that I promised.
        Bob Loveless

  2. My deepest sympathies to the Baker family. I have many fond memories growing up with your family in College Station. My wife still talks about the giant bass she caught with Randy at your place.
    Cloy & Melanie Richards

    • Thank you, Cloy, for your sweet response. I remember well when the Richards family lived only a few blocks away from our home on Walton Drive. Little did I know back then that when your mother would drop you off for cub scouts that I would one day become the best of friends with your little sister that was in the car! The Richards family will always hold a special place in my heart!
      Renai Baker Lackey

  3. Randy was a one of a kind! Funny, friendly, and quick to smile. Even though I haven’t seen him in a long time, I remember him well. Not sure he ever forgave me for making him take me to prom our senior year! He was a good sport. All the Coopers send our condolences and pray for your family. He will not be forgotten!

    • Linda,
      I love your description of Randy. He was definitely one of a kind! Those prom memories we each hold in our hearts can bring back some funny tales indeed. Blessings to you and your family.
      Renai Baker Lackey

  4. I remember all the happy days on Walton Dr. playing with Randy- baseball, Scouts, riding bikes, pole-vaulting behind the house w/ sun baked clay for a landing pad… He was a good friend.
    My condolences.
    Don Prescott

    • Don,
      You were one of Randy’s good friends growing up on Walton Drive. I have many memories, too, of those many baseball games. While you all were playing on the field, I was picking up trash around the stands for a free snow cone! Thank you for sharing your memories with us. Randy will be missed. Blessings to you and yours.
      Renai Baker Lackey

  5. Dear Baker Family,
    Please accept my sincere condolences with Randy’s passing. I too remember fun times with the Baker Family on Walton Drive. I’ll always remember watching Randy’s ‘silky-smooth’ jump shot from the wing on the basketball court, and wondering, who’s going to stop this guy? Well, pretty much nobody, especially us JV guys. May God’s love and peace be with you all. Gary

    • Gary,
      Thank you for sharing your memories of Randy. He was a gifted athlete in many sports. I remember his being the pitcher of Little League all star team, the quarterback of football, pole vaulting continuously, and of course his favorite sport, basketball. As a little sister living at my brothers’ sporting events, basketball was my favorite too. It touched my heart to hear that you looked up to him for his as you called it, “silky-smooth jump shot.” Blessings to you and yours.
      Renai Baker Lackey


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