Guestbook Messages

To the family of

Paul A. Baker

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
Wanda Catterton (Bowmwn) I'm so sorry for your loss. Praying for comfort at this difficult time.
Lisa Leitch ~ Losing Paul is heartbreaking ... But it's comforting to know that he will be joining the rest of our loved ones in the Glories of Heaven ... And may our wonderful memories of Paul remain vivid in our mind and soul until we all meet again in eternity ~
Jennifer (Tennant) Harvilak So sorry to all of you for the loss of Paul. I remember him from my earliest memories, when we were all children. We rode the bus together, played in the neighborhood together... I lived on the corner of Temple Drive, and often came down to the house, either to visit you all or to visit with the Lawson family. I am so very sorry that this has happened. Losing a loved one is never easy. It never goes away... time makes the pain tolerable, but it is always there. I wish you all peace. To Paul... safe travels on this next leg of your journey.
Jami Summa Brown Sending prayers of healing and love to Dave Baker and family.
Mary & Will Ford Paul was a good person he always treated us with respect, he will truly be missed by many people, we send our sincere sympathy to you all
Tora Newell, from Grace I am so sorry for your loss Dave. Losing a child is unimaginable, and my prayers are with you, your wife and family. May you each find comfort through each other during this difficult time.
Kathy Furkins I am so sorry for your loss. Sending many thoughts and prayers to his family and especially to his children.
Fred Koch Dave, Donna... So Sorry to hear about Paul... Prayers to you and the family during this difficult time.
Karen George Dearest Donna, David, Ashley & Devin, A child - father loss is not an event, it is an indescribable journey of survival. Good byes hurt the most when the story was not finished and sometimes its okay if the only thing you did today was breathe. A loved ones death forever changes a family and those who loved them. The experience of grief is lifelong - it does not go away after a certain amount of time. Yes, it softens, but there is always a place in your heart and your soul that yearns for your child and your father. Remember that those you have held in your arms for a little while, you will hold in your hearts forever. Praying you find comfort in your family, friends and most importantly your faith.

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