Floral 05

Stacy Latrice Baker

May 16, 1984 ~ December 17, 2020 (age 36)

Obituary Image


"A Life Gone Much too Soon"

Stacy LaTrice Baker, a beloved daughter, sister, granddaughter, aunt, friend, and a life long resident if Dallas, TX quietly passed away at the young age of 36, on December 17, 2020. Stacy was born in Dallas, TX; at Parkland Memorial Hospital, to the proud parentage of Mary E. Baker and William Taylor. She attended and graduated from Skyline High School, EL Centro College (Associate degree) and later from the North Texas University with Bachelor in Business degree. Stacy leaves to cherish precious memories her mother; Mary E. Baker of Dallas, Father William Taylor, siblings; Casey Baker of Dallas (Little Momma ), Charles B. Baker of Dallas (Coochie Baby), Gary Baker (Papa) of Dallas, Nikia Taylor, and Darrin Taylor, also a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and a plethora of friends.


To My Daughter From Mom
My daughter Stacy a hero to me who was beloved and also my dear friend that had a compassionate heart for all those near and dear to her; she loved to laugh and have great conversations with me. I could always count on her whenever things needed to be done. She brought love and joy in all our lives even while dealing with a serious health condition. I will always remember the fun times spent together and the smiles you placed on my face even though you were an introvert you will always be loved and cherished in my heart. Missing you dearly; my beautiful and be-love-it Stacy.

To My Sister From Casey
Stacy Baker my sister had a great personality with a kind-heart, she was not just my sister but my hero. A best-friend with an awesome spirit and drive for life that will ever be dear and near to me. She was a strong young woman even through her toughest battles. Genuine, sweet and brave are just a few of her best attributes that will be forever missed by her entire family.

To My Little Sis’ From Charles
Stacy, You left us so quickly and unexpectedly. We still had a lot of things we needed to do together. I wish I could call you, just to talk and laugh with you. I remember your laugh and that beautiful smile. It’s easy thinking of the joy you brought me. You always were there for me in my time of need. A caring, younger sister that everyone would want. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of you and expect you to come out of your room to say “hello." I miss you more each day and I love you now and forever. I just wish I knew exactly what happened that morning, but it looks like I never will. I am sure you are in a better place; and I will trust God’s plan, as I know he never makes mistakes. I love you dearly! Until we meet again...Your big brother, Charles

To My Sis’ Stacy From Gary
Stacy you will always be my hero, my rock, my friend, my sister.... you inspired me with your courage and lust for life even though the odds were stacked against you. I already miss your beautiful smile and laugh. You were the most organized person I know when it came to order in your life. I’ll miss talking about basketball and laughing with you over something crazy that Ernie, Charles, Kenny and Shag would do on pre and after game shows. Even though you left us far to soon I know God has a plan for us all; until I see you again you will always be cherished in my heart.

To My Sister-in-Law From Darnele
Stacy, my husband and I love and miss you more than words can ever express. We will always love you because you were an angel sent from heaven to teach lessons of humanity, humility and love down on this earth. You completed your duty and God called you home...He extended His arms and opened Heavens Doors. Heaven is more beautiful because my sister-in-law is there, walking with the Angels in Jesus’ loving care. You left us far too soon, but you will always be in our hearts and souls. We will live our lives to make you proud and look forward to the time when we are together again. Rest easy baby girl. Your sister-in-law, Darnele.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Stacy Latrice Baker, please visit our floral store.


You can still show your support by sending flowers directly to the family, or by planting a memorial tree in the memory of Stacy Latrice Baker
© 2021 Bethesda Memorial Funeral Directors. All Rights Reserved. Funeral Home website by CFS & TA | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy