Joe Baker

Joe Baker

Funeral service for 78-year-old Joe Baker of Harper will be at 10:30a.m. Friday, February 18th at the Powell Funeral Home in Keota. Burial will be at Holy Trinity Cemeteries-St. Elizabeth Cemetery in Harper. Visitation will be from 4-7p.m. Thursday, February 17th at the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established. Powell Funeral Home and Cremation Service in Keota is caring for Joe and his family.

Kansas football lands commitment from 2022 OT Joe Baker

Kansas football has landed a second offensive line commitment in the 2022 class. On Friday, Joe Baker — out of Southlake Carroll (TX) — announced a commitment to the Jayhawks. Baker is the eighth player to commit to the Jayhawks in the 2022 class. In addition to his Kansas offer,...

Hey Capcom, Let’s Get More Joe Baker In Resident Evil

It took me forever to play just the main campaign of Resident Evil 7 (I even wrote about it), so it shouldn’t be a shock that it’s only taken me until now to experience the game’s brilliant DLC campaign, End of Zoe. Somewhat of an epilogue to the events of...

Concert in the Park to feature Joe Baker Band

The Joe Baker Band will kick off the Concerts in the Park this coming Sunday. Bowling Green Parks and Recreation, along with our series Title Sponsor BG Transit, and our supporting sponsors Edward Jones Investments and Otterbein Senior Life in Pemberville, will be hosting the return of the 2021 Concerts in the Park series this Sunday, June 20.

Athlete Q&A: Joe Baker

This season's stats: Baker is batting .333 this season with two doubles, five RBIs and two stolen bases. What college or professional athlete inspires you and why?. Fernando Tatis Jr. — he's my favorite for sure. He's a great shortstop, but he is also really good at hitting, he's a young star and he's a a leader. He's really fun to watch.

Joe Baker

Joe Baker, 76, died January 31, 2021 at 3:02 pm at Schneck Medical Center. Joe was born October 11, 1944 in Seymour to William Parker Baker and Mary Margaret Greenwell Baker. Joe attended St. Ambrose Catholic School. He graduated from Seymour High School where he excelled at football, basketball, and track. He attended Indiana State University. On August 2, 1964 he married Patricia Sue VonDielingen at Immanuel Lutheran Church.