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Scott Robert Baker May 29, 1962 - July 25, 2019

1962 – 2019

With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Scott Robert Baker. Scott was born in Turlock, California to Leroy and Jean Baker in 1962. He was known in his early years for his love of and skill in motorcycle racing. He worked most of his life in the construction and welding trades.

Scott is survived by his children, Tyson Bradley Bumgardner of Eugene, OR, Whitney Yarbrough (nee Baker)of Merced, CA, and Aaron Scott Baker of Turlock, CA, as well as several grandchildren.

Celebration of Life will be at Allen Mortuary on Friday, August 2, 2019 at 1:00pm.

Family and friends can send flowers and condolences in memory of him c/o Allen Mortuary.

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  1. jim parker says

    I will miss you as well see you when I get there

  2. Andrea Anthony says

    Remembering such a fun-loving cousin. You were definitely one of a kind. All of us Bakers in Tulare will miss you. Wishing peace and comfort to the whole family at this time. All our love Andrea and Michael

  3. Sheila Nelson says

    Enjoyed our visit at my moms and your fun sense of humor. Loved hearing about your kids and how proud your were of them. Auntie Marie is heart broken and wishes you would of reached out to her. Your calls meant so much to her. May you Rest In Peace cousin. Love, Sheila & Steve

  4. Kellie parker says

    Scotty rhe world will not be the same without you. The years of racing we did and the countless times your dad started our race. You will truley be missed scotty. Your in the flat track in the sky with eric and dougy. Save me a spot. Love ya kellie

  5. Debbie Barringer says

    Met Scott, 30 years ago! Was young and handsome through the years we would see him and he always had a hug for you or handshake. My favorite memory is the 4th of July, me and my husband Kenny, spent with his Dad,Leroy, and Scott’s best buddy Charlie Newcomb,we sat out in the country where they lived we could see the college fireworks and we barbecued steaks and talked for hours. We will always remember the good times. Sincerely Kenny & Debbie Barringer

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