Nancy Irene Baker
1938 - 2019
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NANCY IRENE BAKER
April 30, 1938 ˜ August 30, 2019

On August 30, 2019, Nancy Irene Baker, surrounded by family, passed peacefully into her Lord’s loving arms. Nancy was born April 30, 1938 in Ridgefield, Washington. She was a member of the first graduating class of Hudson’s Bay High School and attended Clark College.
Nancy is survived by son, Randy (Debra); daughter, Mindy (David); grandchildren, Melissa, Stephanie, Nathan and Katie; great-grandchildren, Abigail and Oliver; and many friends cultivated over a long and full life.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Hallie Feezor; father, William Feezor; and sister, Ellen Waters.
Funeral arrangements provided by Evergreen Memorial Gardens.
The family recommends donations to the Humane Society for Southwest Washington or the YWCA Clark County in lieu of flowers.
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Published in The Columbian on Sep. 4, 2019.
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September 23, 2019
Nancy was a true longtime friend to our family. Such a sparkling, smart, giving, and kind woman. She is sincerely missed.
Rebecca Coffman
September 13, 2019
Nancy was a true friend and inspiration. I am lucky to call her a friend and mentor. She was committed and passionate about her community. Many organizations and people will bear the fruits of her labor for many years to come. Thank you for all you did. Rest in peace, dear Nancy.
Karen Ciocia
September 9, 2019
Nancy was a real source of pride in our community. We were so fortunate to have her representing us with the Port situation. She also was a member of The Covington House Heritage Society. This is where we connected most of tthe time. She surely will be missed. I donated in her honor to the Altzheimer's association in her honor, and did the walk, Sept. 8, 2019. All of us will miss Nancy's leadership and devotion to us.
Donna Quesnell
September 7, 2019
Nancy was a generous & loving woman. Her depth of personal & positive actions & a lifetime of caring words & deeds have inspired & touched me.
Two nights ago I dreamed of our late mutual friend Marie Day whose final months and days were enriched with Nancy's deep friendship & caring.
The spirit of these 2 guardian angels will always be with me.
Carol Hansen
September 6, 2019
I met you way back in the "Vancouver Furniture" days and have remained friends since.

We've had some good times, serious times, and laughs over the years.

You have contributed so much to our community. We will always remember you as a Clark County Leader!
Karen Snekvik
September 5, 2019
I know her cousin Gary was waiting for her. My deepest sympathy and love!
Wendy Lehner
September 4, 2019
Mindy, Randy and family: We are so sorry for your loss. My friend Nancy loved her family, friends and community. She will be missed. I plan to attend her Celebration of Life at WareHouse '23 Saturday at 2:00. It will be a great time for friends to show their respect for a life well lived.
Susan Courtney
September 4, 2019
Oh my, I am so sorry to read this. I came to know Nancy through local politics and later during her tenure as the Port of Vancouver's first woman commissioner. I always found her feisty spirit invigorating, and somewhat surprising for someone who, at first glance, may have seemed quietly reserved in demeanor. She was tenacious when she believed in something passionately and cared deeply about her community, her family and friends. My last visit with her was after she left her port position. We shared coffee and a pastry at Latte Da and reminisced, laughed and hugged. Her spirit remains present with me.
Addison Jacobs
September 4, 2019
Mindy,
We are sorry for your loss. May your mother rest in peace. Fondly, Joanie and Marc
Joanie Mahoney
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