Betty Louvenia Baker, daughter of the late Robert and Ida McAnally, was born November 17, 1930, in Jacksonville, Texas, and departed this life July 12, 2004, at Newman Memorila Hospital in Shattuck, Oklahoma at the age of 73 years.
Betty spent her childhood years at Barstwo, Texas.
On August 18, 1962, Betty McAnally and H. Dee Baker were united in marriage in Monahans, Texas, moving to Higgins, Texas, in 1968 were she worked at Red Bud Grocery for many years. In 1980 Betty and Dee moved to Eufaula, Oklahoma, enjoying year of fishing on Eufaula Lake and spending the summer with the grandids. After Dee's death, Betty moved back to Higgins, Texas
Betty was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, her husband and one step-son.
Betty is survived by one son; Allen Baker and shi wife, Patricia, of Higgins, Texas; one step-daughter: Debbie McCurdy and her husband, Burk, of Elk City, Oklahoma; one step-son: Ralph Baker and his wife, Connie, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; two brothers: Jim McAnally of Dallas, Texas, and ERnie McAnally and his wife, Sue of Amarillo, Texas; two sisters, Minnie Shults and her husband, Frank of Tuscon, Arizona, and Bobbie Hopper and her husband, Bob, of Keller, Texas; one sister-in-law: Sharlet McAnally of Agle, Texas; seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Friday, July 16, 2004, at 10:30 a.m. at the United Methodist church in Higgins, TExas, with the Reverend JerryDon Cheshire and the Reverend Nancy Moore officiating. Interment was in the Higgins Cemetery in Higgins, Texas, with the Mason Funeral Home of Shattuck, Oklahoma, in charge of arrangements.
Memorials may be made to the Josh Habekott Scholarship Fund in care of the Higgins High School.
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