Baker, Bennie C. age 90, of Bull Head City, AZ passed away on Sunday, September 20,2020. He was born August 7, 1930 in Wetumpka, Alabama, the 7th of 10 children. He was preceded in death by his parents Lindsay "Jack" Baker, Sr and Annie M. Forbus Baker; sisters Lois Pilgrim, Lucille Kenney, Mary Williams; brothers Linzy "Jack" Baker, Jr. Julius Lamar Baker, Melvin Donald Baker, infant brother and sister William Adie and Annie Jean;, his son and daughter in law, Jeffrey and Judy Baker and infant grandson Christopher. Mr. Baker is survived by his wife Ruth Baker of Bull Head City, AZ, daughter Brenda Voiles of Walsenburg ,CO, stepson Barry Armstrong of Bull Head City, AZ, grandsons Matthew Salkelv of Walsenburg, CO, James Baker of Holtville, AL, granddaughter Rachell Baker of Phoenix AZ, step granddaughter Karen Worthington of Holtville, AL his baby sister Betty Jo Baker Cawthon of Wetumpka, AL and a special fishing buddy John Gannon of Glendale, AZ. Mr. Baker worked for Fan Hazel Atlas Glass Co. in Montgomery, AL , he then moved to California working in the glass industry until 1978 when he moved to Phoenix AZ and worked with the City of Phoenix for 14 years. A private burial will be held at a later date in Wetumpka, Alabama.

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