Gail Baker Obituary, Death – Linda Baker, who resided in Hot Springs, Arkansas and had reached the age of 70 at the time of her passing on November 2nd, 2022, Elvin Baker and Ozie Cleaver, both of whom have passed away since their daughter Linda’s birth on September 23, 1952, were the parents of Linda.
Following the successful completion of all of the requirements for becoming a certified public accountant, Linda was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from an institution that has been recognized for its excellence. She was a part of the Pi Beta Phi sorority while she was a student at the university.
She was also a member of the Women’s Movement, the Democratic Party, and the Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants in addition to the organizations listed above. In addition to that, she worked for the city of Hot Springs as the Finance Director up until the time that she retired from that position.
To pass the time in her spare time, Linda enjoyed doing crossword puzzles, gambling, fighting for equal rights for women, and rooting for the Arkansas Razorbacks, the team that represented her alma mater, the University of Arkansas. A large number of people will think of Linda with nothing but fondness because she was such a wonderful person.
Her family members, including her parents, her sister Jenny Webb, her niece Suzie Webb, and several of her fur babies, had all left this world before she did. She is the only member of her immediate family that is still alive today.
She is survived by her brother Steve Baker, who is married to Kathy; her sister Lois Bryant, who is married to Randy; her sister Becky Green; a great-niece named Anna Baker; a special nephew named Jeff Bryant; and a large number of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. She is also survived by a large number of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nep In addition to this, Linda is going to have a difficult time adjusting to life without her two cherished fur babies, JJ and Atticus.
The Gross Funeral Home will be open for visitation on the evening of Monday, November 7, 2022, from five until seven o’clock in the evening. This event will take place. At two o’clock in the afternoon on the following day, which is Tuesday, November 8, 2022, there will be a memorial service held in honor of the deceased. The funeral home’s website, www.GrossFuneralHome.com, features an online registration form for attendees.