It is with great sadness to inform you that Beverly Baker passed away on
January 3, 2008.
BEVERLY ZAN BAKER Beverly was the eldest of four sisters. She was born in
Dalhart, Texas on July 31, 1953, to Mildred and Zane Baker. She spent her
childhood in Shreveport, Louisiana, Caracas, Venezuela, London, England and
finally Houston, Texas. Beverly graduated from Westchester High School,
received a B.B.A. in finance from the University of Texas and an M.B.A. from
the University of Houston. Her early career was spent at Michigan Wisconsin
Pipeline Company and First City National Bank. In 1988 Beverly joined Tondu
Corporation as a Managing Partner. Highlights of her career include the
completion of the Filer City Power Plant in Michigan and the Williams Lake
Power Plant in British Columbia, Canada. Family was the mainstay of
Beverly's life. She was the ultimate sister, daughter, aunt and friend.
Beverly was beautiful; she brought life and liveliness to her family and
friends. She loved bringing good friends, good food and good music together,
lighting up any gathering with her laughter and smile. Her passion was
travel. She enjoyed trips all over the world with her family, friends and
for business. Beverly led by example with her determination, tenacity and
love for those close to her. We loved her dearly and will miss her. Beverly
is survived by her parents Mildred and Zane Baker, sister, Sandy Huntsinger
and husband Bill Huntsinger, sister, Lydia Baker and sister, Lisa Brimberry
and husband David Brimberry. She is also survived by her nieces and nephews,
Bethany Brimberry, Audrey Brimberry, Jared Brimberry, Chris and Dana
Huntsinger, Jenni and Phil Sinitiere and Tara and Joseph Pfeiffer.