Dolores was born December 17th, 1965 in Sioux Falls, SD and from that day forward she was always the most giving person you met! She gave of her time, her money, her home, and her cooking! Anyone that knew Dolores knew she had a love for all things cooking and baking! Dolores married her best friend Aaron George Baker on June 14th, 1986 their love is a testament to true unwavering love. Dolores had a love for God and serving him, which led to her taking in the kids that her beloved boys Aaron and Andrew would bring home with them. Dolores went by many names; Dee, Buffy, Sweet Dee, but probably her favorites were Momma and Nana D. Dolores loved getting to spend time with her grandkids via FaceTime or at her home. She had 9 grandkids total, ranging in age from 12 down to just shy of a year old. Just days before she went to meet her Lord and savior, Dolores was able to attend and participate as the Mother of the Groom in her oldest son’s (Aaron) wedding. It was there that she was truly in her element. Surrounded by all of her loved ones and getting to see each of her boys and all of her grandkids in one room so happy! You could just see the happiness on her face as she grinned from ear to ear. Dolores Kay Baker went peacefully in the afternoon of June 9th, 2021 to her own paradise. She is no longer suffering and no longer in any pain. Although there are many questions and last hugs and kisses unable to be given and final words unsaid, we know Dolores is eternally happy and will never be forgotten. Dolores is survived by her Husband, Aaron Baker Sr, Sons, Aaron The 2nd and Andrew Baker. Sisters, Paula Haywood, Juanice Williams, Shondra Williams, and Barabara Williams, Brothers, Brian Williams and Shang Williams. 9 Grand Kids, Ashanti, Aaron III, Izaeh, Amari, King, Aadon, Aubriella, Quinnley, and Presley' Arianna; who all loved her dearly. The legacy she has created lives on through her grand babies! This is not a goodbye but a see you later! We love you! ❤️
Memorial Service will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday, June 18, 2021 at Metcalf Funeral Home Chapel, 245 N. 27th Street, Lincoln, NE
Memorials to the family for future designation
Cremation, No public visitation.
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