Dennis Baker
Posted on 3/12/2019 4:13:00 PM.
Dennis Glenn Baker, age 67 of Kingsbury, passed away on March 8, 2019.

Visitation will begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Tres Hewell
Mortuary Chapel followed by a memorial service at 10 a.m. with Pastor David
Flemming officiating. Private interment will be held at a later date. Dennis
was born in Seguin, Texas on October 17, 1951 to Glenn and Ola Mae (Reneau)
Baker. He was a 1970 graduate of Seguin High School. Dennis loved spending
time among family and friends, he also enjoyed collecting Native American
Art. Traveling was Dennis's most cherished hobby, especially in the Western
portion of the United States. Dennis enjoyed many trips out to Big Bend and
he was a firm believer of Bigfoot, and other folklore. He is preceded in
death by his loving wife Debra (Fritz) Baker, his father-in-law Atlee Fritz,
and mother-in-law, Ruby Ida (Merz) Fritz. Survivors include his parents,
Glenn and Ola Mae Baker of Kingsbury, Texas; son, Russell W. Baker and wife
Jennifer of Kingsbury, Texas; daughter, Audrey A. Dwyer and husband Mike of
Jefferson, Texas; grandchildren, Brooke and Lauren Baker, Ruby-Jean and
Johanna Dwyer, Evan Nutt, and Tyler and Leena Robbins; brothers, Barry
Baker, Ronnie Baker (Becky) and Jay Baker; brother-in-law, Atlee Fritz
(Linda); sisters-in-law, Janice Reaves (Alan), Denise Dominic (Paul), and
Tina Preuss (Joey); numerous other loving family members and many many
loving friends. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer
Society 196 Townsend Rd. Seguin, TX 78155, American Heart Association 7272
Greenville Avenue; Dallas, TX 75231-4596, or a Charity of one's choice. You
are invited to sign the guest book at Arrangements are
under the direction of Tres Hewell Mortuary, 165 Tor Dr., Seguin, Texas,
78155, 830-549-5912.

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