Theresa L. Baker

Theresa L. Baker, 76, passed away on Monday, October 7, 2019. Born in Colchester, Vermont on December 30, 1942, she was the daughter of Wilfred and Gladys Angier.

Terri worked for WSWHE BOCES and Capital Region BOCES for over 30 years. She enjoyed knitting and crocheting, teaching her craft at the Corinth and Saratoga Seniors. Terri and her husband Ray traveled throughout the United States and spent the winter months in Mesquite, Nevada.

She was predeceased by her husband Raymond, grandchildren Ashley and Gregory Johnson, and siblings Elaine, George, Winnie, Phyllis, Rodney, Steve, and Gordon. Terri is survived by her daughter Robin Baker, stepchildren Robert Baker, Gail Marshall (Richard), and Mark Baker (Nancy Kiuber); grandchildren Dale Older, Renee Rutherford, and Harley Will; sister Barbara Pajeck; brother Gerald Angier; ten great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 10am Saturday, October 12 at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. Burial will follow in Middle Grove Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday, October 11 from 5pm to 7pm at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions in memory of Terri may be made to Albany Medical Center.

Guest Book

Ken and Judy Rodgers

Our condolences on the loss of a lovely lady. Theresa will be missed.

Barbara Patterson

Terri will be missed by all of her friends at the Saratoga Springs Senior Center. She was an important part of our knit and crochet group, always willing to share her expertise and humor with us all. I know she helped me with several projects that I had over the years.
My heartfelt sympathy to all of her family.

Paulette (Hurd) Wong

Robin and family, I was shocked to read of Terri’s passing. We were in a lot of grade school together and a few freshman classes together. She has always been a good friend. We lost touch over the years and Facebook brought us together for a great “catch-up” lunch in this past July. Remember all the good times - I know I will.

Greenfield Seniors

Sorry for your loss. May your fondest memories help you through this difficult time. Theresa has been attending the crafting classes with us this year. She was very much missed today.

Debbie Cross

I had the pleasure of meeting Teri and her good friend Barb, at the Mesquite Library several years ago. Barb helped me with the pace of the activity and Teri told me how to do it all properly. Teri insisted on picking me up for all future crafts and activities that we three participated in and driving me home afterward. Teri and I discovered we shared the same birthdate in December and we planned to have a joint birthday party for ourselves this year. I won't forget her. How blessed my husband and I were to have met Teri and only wished we could have spent more winters with her.

Judy Parker

I am so sorry for the loss of such a wonderful person as Terri was. She has many friends in Mesquite, Nevada who are going to miss her but will forever hold her smile and laughter in their hearts. Robbie you and Gayle were blessed to have her as a mother but we were blessed to have her as a dear, dear friend. Prayers of comfort for you and the whole family

Sheila L. Yaruss

I’m a friend of Robbie's in Brooklyn, she always spoke so highly of you and Ray. I’m so sorry for your loss Robin and family. The high days are upon me I’ll be praying for all and please know though saddened I know “Mom” is in a peaceful gentle place. Love, Sheila


I am deeply sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful kind hearted woman that will be missed very much. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone in this difficult time.