Leslie Baker Dallas Obituary: Pastry specialist, Leslie Squair Leslie Squair Baker of Dallas, Texas spent away on Monday, May 25, 2020. She was a committed Christian and a caring mother, spouse, little girl, sister and steadfast companion. Leslie is made due by her caring spouse, Robert Hall Baker, her two kids, Catherine Louise and Robert William Baker, her mom, Sally Kingham Squair, her relative Jann Hall Baker, her two sisters, Laura Squair Heathery of Nashville, TN and Mary Squair Etheridge of Lubbock, TX, her brother by marriage Michael Etheridge, and her nephew, Taylor Etheridge. She is gone before in death by her dad, Robert Hugh Squair Jr. what’s more, her dad in-law Fenton J Baker Jr.
She went to W.T White High School in Dallas, TX and the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, AR. Through an incredible span she was effectively associated with her locale with various associations. She committed her time and gifts to numerous associations and noble cause she had confidence in. Leslie made it her long lasting crucial offer back to her locale.
She was generally enthusiastic about working with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Jewish Family Services of Dallas, Youth with Faces, Kappa Gamma Tablescapes, Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center Dallas and Wipe Out Kids Cancer. For longer than 10 years Leslie was utilized by Texas Health Center of Diagnostics and Surgery as their Director of Marketing.
She was a characteristic conceived communicator and had the endowment of having any kind of effect in her workplace. Leslie delighted in voyaging, was an eager sprinter and dough puncher, wanted to peruse, watch films, and invest energy with loved ones. She will be cherished for her comical inclination, cordial character and her longing to help other people.
Her short life on this planet has affected the lives of many, and she will be perpetually missed as she leaves a tragic void along with numerous cheerful recollections and the hearts of loved ones. A festival of Leslie’s life will be held sometime in the future. In lieu of blossoms, the family demands gifts to be made to the Dallas YMCA.