BAKER - A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Friday, Dec. 28, from St. Peters Church in Plattsburgh for William J. Baker, 52, of Miller Street in Plattsburgh who passed away Sunday, Dec. 23, at his home. Rev. Bernard Menard, parochial vicar at St. Peters Church celebrated the Mass. Organist was George Shnob. Arthur and Gina Baker, Paul and Sarah Harrison, Mary Maier, David and Jennifer Baker placed the pall. Diane Baker, Nancy and Rebecca Hamilton placed the Crucifix. Scripture readings were by Rev. Deacon Mark Bennett. Diane Baker and Sarah Hamilton presented the Gifts. Pallbearers were Tim Forget, Andy Forget, Chris Ball, Nathan Ball and Jeremy Baker. Interment will be in the parish cemetery at a later date. Arrangements were entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad Street, Plattsburgh, NY (518)-561-3980. Online condolences and memorial candles may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com.
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