Barbara Jean Baker-Lane
- December 13, 1951 - November 20, 2011
- O'Fallon, Missouri
of Barbara's Passing
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“Patty and Johnny,
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Baker-Lane, Barbara Jean (nee: Scheetz), of O'Fallon, Missouri, died on Sunday, November 20, 2011 at the age of 59. dear daughter of the late John W. and Marjorie E. Scheetz; dear wife of Gordon D. Lane who proceeded her in death, dearest spouse of Robert C. Baker; dear sister of Patricia Ann (Juan) Guerra and John W. (Carrie) Scheetz II; dear aunt of Cynthia Ann Lehman, Jose A. Guerra, William D. Guerra, Zachary A. Scheetz, Nicole L. Scheetz, Kristin A. Lane, Gordon D. Lane and Christopher M. Lane; dear step-mom of 2. Barbara was loved by many other family and friends.
Barbara loved games, playing cards, collecting turtles and was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Order of Turtles.
Honarary pallbearers are Zachary A. Scheetz, Nicole L. Scheetz, Gordon D. Lane, Christopher M. Lane, Henry S. Zachritz, Mike Michaud.
Memorials may be made to Women's Shelter in Warrenton or Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital.