Baker, Harrison Thomas (LaFayette)

Monday, January 21, 2013

Harrison  Thomas  Baker,  infant, of  LaFayette, GA, died on  Sunday,  January 20, 2013.


He was preceded  in  death  by  great-grandparents,  Russell  Baker,  Ruby  Baker,  Thomas  Claude  “T.C.”  Langford  and  Ona  Wallin.


he is survived  by  parents, Andy  and  Tori  Wallin  Baker;  brothers,  Zeke  Sebastian and  Jude  Baker,  both  of  LaFayette;  grandparents,  Terrell  and  Susan  Baker,  of  Trion and  Larry  and  Kay  Wallin,  of  LaFayette;  great-grandparents,  Nell  and  Glenn  Thomas,  of  Trion,  Ross  and  Linda  Evitt,  of  Lafayette,  Patricia  Langford,  of  Rock  Spring and Dewey  Wallin,  of  Dalton; and several  aunts,  uncles  and  cousins.


Graveside  service  will be Wednesday, January 23  at  noon  in  the  Hall  Cemetery.  Service will be conducted  by  Rev.  Mike  Wallin  and  Bishop   Phillip  Minter. Interment will follow  in  the  Hall  Cemetery.


Family  will  receive  friends  and  the  funeral  home  Tuesday, January 22  from  5-8 p.m.


In lieu  of  flowers  donations  may be made to TC  Thompson  at  Erlanger  Nicu Unit.


The  arrangements  are  by  Wallis-Wilbanks  Funeral  Home,  LaFayette.


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