Claude Baker Obituary, Death Cause – It was reported earlier today that another one of our classmates had passed away, and if you haven’t already heard the dreadful news, I’m sorry to be the one to deliver it to you now. If you haven’t already heard the news, I’m sorry to be the one to deliver it to you now. Rusty was an exemplary citizen who went above and beyond to do what he could to make the world a better place.
Even if I have to repeat myself a thousand times, I will never stop maintaining that he was the “Renaissance Man” of the West Holmes Class of 1976. That is something that will remain a primary focus of mine. During the summer of 2016, I was given the opportunity to go on a tour of “The Barn.” I took advantage of this opportunity. What a staggeringly extensive variety there is to choose from.
Rusty was an excellent host, and I very much loved the talk that we had together. He is a gentleman. The time that I was able to spend with him was something that I will always treasure. It was great to see you again, and it’s a shame that our chance meeting wasn’t the final time we saw each other because it would have been sad to say goodbye. Claude Ruston Baker, I have faith that whichever course your life takes you on will ultimately lead you to achieve great success.
You can rest assured that you will never be forgotten about at any point in time. Today, our beloved father, who lived each day to the fullest by acting as though it were his last, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 64. He lived each day as though it were his last. He made the most of each day by living as if it were his last and seizing every opportunity. He lived each day as if it were his last and tried to enjoy it to the fullest.