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Cheryl A. Baker

October 20, 1961 - June 23, 2020

Cheryl A. Baker, age 58, of Townsend, DE, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.

Cheryl was born on October 20, 1961, in Chester PA, she was the daughter of Gloria Jean (Evans) Kirkpatrick and the late Paul Kirkpatrick III. She worked as a Credit Supervisor for Equibank. Cheryl was very prideful for her accomplishments in high school. She was a captain of the Claymont High School volley ball team and a Captain of the Flaming Arrow Marching Band Color Guard. Cheryl loved to go to her beach house and enjoy life with her life time friend Mary Ann Richards, high school friends, new friends and family. But what she loved most was to be at home with her family and to spend time relaxing by her pond and swim in the pool with her beloved dogs Smokey and Dodge. 

Cheryl was also preceded in death by her sister, Debbie McAllister. In addition to her Mother, she is survived by her husband, Jacob Baker III, of Townsend; children, Jacob Baker, IV and Kyle Baker, both of Townsend; and sisters, Karen Valentine, of Magnolia and Bonnie Kirkpatrick, of Wilmington, Delaware.

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16 Guestbook messages for Cheryl A. Baker

  • Cheryl was a wonderful school days friend. She has a special place in many many hearts.

  • So sorry to hear about the loss of Cheryl. Talked with her at our recient class reunion My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. RIP Cheryl

  • My sincere condolences. I’m so glad I got to see Cheryl this past November. She will be missed. ❤

  • Cheryl was my high school classmate and a super person. I always enjoyed catching up with her at class reunions. Sincere condolences to Jake and the rest of Cheryl’s family. Heaven has gained another Angel.

  • Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of an amazing woman, mom, wife, and dear friend. She will be dearly missed 💔

  • I will miss you everyday cuz.

  • What an honor and privilege to know Cheryl. To know her was/is to love her. I will miss our deep conversations and walks.
    Love & prayers for comfort to JF, Jacob & Kyle, and all of her loving family.
    Love, Connie

  • So sorry. Trust that I know how much this hurts. My thoughts are with you. Stay strong.

  • Thoughts Prayers Hugs Love to her family especially to Jake, Jacob, Kyle. We love you all.

  • So so very sorry …thoughts and prayers for the family.

  • So sorry to hear this. Cheryl was such a nice girl in school. Always smiling. My sympathy to her husband and sons.

  • I wish all of Cheryl’s family Peace. Whenever I smell honeysuckle I think of the cherished times of my youth at Radnor Green Swim Club. I was truly lucky to be part of your wonderful life.

  • My deepest condolences to Jake and family. Cheryl was a wonderful person she will deeply be missed. RIP Cheryl

  • So sorry to hear about Cheryl, still kinda in shock. Letting you guys know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Sending our love Rob and Kelly

  • Cheryl was a strong, courageous, hard working, caring, thoughtful woman that loved her family with all her heart. I will be forever grateful to her for loving our kids as her own❤️❤️
    With our deepest condolences, love and prayers to her family and friends 🙏🤗❤️
    The McGaha’s

  • I just learned of your passing. I miss all the holidays we all shared at your moms. You were just a beautiful and kind as your mother. My heart breaks for your mom and family. Losing one daughter was so bad, but to lose a second is just more than any mother should have to bear!! Rest high on that mountain with Debbie!! My deepest condolences to your husband and children!!!