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Kimberly G Baker

September 10, 1970 — May 11, 2024

In loving memory of Kimberly Garn Baker 

Kimberly Garn Baker, born September 10, 1970, peacefully passed away on May 11, 2024, at the age of 53, surrounded by her loving family in Provo, Utah. 

Born to Karen and Jerry Garn on September 10, 1970, Kimberly's life took a beautiful turn when she was lovingly welcomed into the Garn family through adoption on her birthdate. She grew up surrounded by love and support from her parents and siblings, Tyler Garn, Jill Robinson, and Andrea Taylor. 

Kimberly was a devoted wife to her beloved husband, Ryan H Baker. Together, they embarked on a journey of love and companionship, celebrating over three decades of marriage since their union on December 10, 1988, in Pleasant Grove, Utah. Their marriage was a testament to enduring love. 

Kimberly was a nurturing, hard working and loving mother to three cherished children, Nakecia Hatch (Joshua Hatch), Taylor Baker (Maquel Baker), and Makenzie Cox (Tanner Cox). Her children were the center of her world, and she poured her heart and soul into raising them with values of kindness, resilience, and compassion. 

Kimberly found immense joy in her role as a grandmother to her four adored grandchildren, Oakley Hatch, Deegan Hatch, Hadley Baker, and Hayes Baker. She cherished every moment spent with them, delighting in their laughter and milestones. 

Kimberly's creative spirit shone brightly through her love for sewing, a skill she lovingly passed down to her children. She spent countless hours crafting beautiful pieces, and creating memories for her family that will be treasured for generations. 

In the tranquility of her yard, Kimberly found solace and joy working alongside her husband, Ryan. Together, they cultivated a garden filled with love and laughter, creating a sanctuary of beauty and tranquility that mirrored their cherished bond.

As a homemaker, Kimberly's kitchen was always filled with the aroma of freshly baked bread and homemade raspberry jam, that was always made with love. Her talents extended beyond baking, as she delighted in cooking hearty meals that brought joy to her loved ones' hearts. 

Kimberly's love for life was infectious, and she found joy in the simple pleasures of dancing and singing with her husband, Ryan. Their laughter echoed through the halls of their home, a testament to the deep love and connection they shared. 

Kimberly's legacy of love, kindness, and hard work will continue to inspire all who knew her. She leaves behind a profound impact on her family and friends, and her memory will be cherished for generations to come. 

A celebration of Kimberly's life will be held on May 17th, 2024 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Legacy Funeral Home in Spanish Fork Utah. Family and friends are invited to honor and remember Kimberly's life and legacy. 

She will be laid to rest in Fremont Utah on Saturday, May 18th. 

Though Kimberly may have left this earthly realm, her love and spirit will live on in the hearts of all who knew her. May she rest in eternal peace, surrounded by the love of those who went before her.


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