Amber Marie George Baker  October 1 1988  February 10 2020 (age 31)

Amber Marie George Baker October 1 1988 February 10 2020 (age 31)

October 1 1988 February 10 2020 (age 31)
Obituary Amber Marie Baker, 31, of China Grove passed away on Monday, February 10, 2020. Born in Hudson, NY on October 1, 1988, she was the daughter of Chad and Pollyanna Garrison. Amber attended school at Marion High School in South Carolina. She loved doing crafts with her children. Amber was preceded in death by her sister, Christal L. George. Those left to cherish her memory are her parents, Chad and Pollyanna Garrison, daughters, Elizabeth A. Norris, Kassidie R. Baker, and Lillian K. Baker, brother, Raymond David George, niece, Kirstin M. Edwards, aunts, Celeste Clark, and Gail Brudniak, uncles, Christopher Wayne Clark and David Michael Clark. No services are scheduled at this time. Lyerly Funeral Home is serving the Baker family. Online condolences may be made at www.lyerlyfuneralhome.com. To send flowers to Amber’s family, please visit our floral section.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Amber Marie George Baker October 1 1988 February 10 2020 (age 31).

Lyerly Funeral Home Inc

Death notice for the town of: Salisbury, state: North Carolina

death notice Amber Marie George Baker October 1 1988 February 10 2020 (age 31)

obituary notice Amber Marie George Baker October 1 1988 February 10 2020 (age 31)

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  1. Baby, girl We’ve done so much together. We laughed cried. We’ve been all sorts of things. We’ve helped each other out been to the hard times with each other. But the one time I can’t really helped you. I wish you had come back to me. I wish I had picked up that phone when you called me and said come home. In a way, I feel like you’re going with my fault. Cuz you were talking to me and you said something that would you were never really in need of help. I just wish I could give you that help but now that you’re gone. A part of me is done with you. And I’m trying to deal with it, but it’s hard. I just want you to know that I love you so much, and I did consider you my daughter. Some people may have not liked me when I called you my daughter, but it was my way of saying I helped you out and it what you were part of me. And you will always be a part of me no matter whether you’re gone or you’re here. You always have a part of my heart with you. I love you Amber Marie Baker. Please rest in. Peace. I miss you so very much.



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