paul e.baker
Greece: Wednesday, July 25, 2012. Predeceased by his sister, Delores Harris. Survived by his daughters, Lynda Kowalski-Swartz (David), Pamela J. (James) Marshall, Jodi L. Baker-Pettit (Craig), Kelly S. Baker (Charles Cipolla); grandchildren, Kristine and Michael Kowalski, James R. (Monika) Marshall, Brian (Christina) Marshall, Jayna Baker Pettit and Maeryn Baker Pettit ;Julian Paul and Aidan Dietz, Treyson Baker Cipolla; great-granddaughters, Chloe and Ella Marshall; sister, Margaret Coppola; companion, Zsa Zsa Bello; dear friends. Paul was a proud Navy veteran and a member of the American Legion Post #468. He was a recipient of the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Paul had a chiropractic practice in Greece for forty-five years. Friends may call Saturday (July 28th) 9-11 AM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Service will follow calling, Saturday 11:00 AM in the Chapel of the funeral home. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to the Honor Flight Rochester, Inc, P.O. Box 23581 Rochester, NY 14692, in his memory.

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  1. After only meeting Dr. Becker one time he spent twenty minutes with me sharing the trials and tribulations of the true chiropractic pioneers such as he that changed the entire profession and made it great today. He is an honorable man not only for his military medals but as a true community servant. I will never forget you and the smile you gave to me learning from you all you’ve accomplished for our profession. With love, honor, and respect, you are in my prayers. Sincerely,
    Dr. Steven Ess
    Rochester, NY

  2. Dear Jodi and Kelly,
    We are so very sorry about your Dad’s passing.
    We remember all the great times we shared as family neighbors.
    He was a wonderful man and will be missed by everyone who knew him.
    Our love to you, your families and your Mom, Teddy.
    With love,
    Buddy and Chris John and Missy Affronti

  3. My most sincere condolences to family and friends of Dr. Paul Baker. I had the pleasure of getting to know Dr. Baker over the past year and he soon became (which should come as no surprise) one of my favorite people to be around. He was an inspiration to me on both a personal and professional level. I will certainly miss his kindness, wisdom, and his ever so modest stories of service and bravery. I will never forget his smile. He was one of a kind. We have truly lost someone special…

  4. Paul, we will all miss you so much. I am blessed to have gotten to know you. You were so important to the Honor Flight family. The Welcome Homes just won’t be the same without your (and Zsa Zsa’s!) smiling face. I know you will be with us in spirit.

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