Jean Coffee Baker


Services were held recently in Tucson, Arizona, for 102-year old Jean Coffee Baker, a longtime Chadron resident who moved to Tucson earlier this year to be with her family as a result of the COVID pandemic.

Jean Baker was born March 1, 1920, and died May 7, 2022 in Tucson.

4 thoughts on “Jean Coffee Baker”

  1. Jean Baker live a very long life, filled with family and friends, in wealth and in strife.
    She loved the prairie surrounding Montrose, rode along with friends to visit and stories unfold. In faith, church, library and books, she found peace and adventure along the pathways she took. Bridge was a diversion to aches and her pains, you’d find herself driving her cart now and again, Her smile was contagious she spun a good tale. Her bid now is “No Trump”, she’s reached the Holy Grail. We miss you Jean.

  2. Jean was a wonderful person that I admired. I enjoyed the times we would sit in her front room and just visit. I always got a kick out of the many different head covering she would wear depending there mood or the weather. I will miss her. But I also look forward to seeing her again in our Father’s house in heaven. Rest in peace my friend. ✝️


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