Louise Foley Baker, 87, of Dexter (formerly of Pittsfield) went to be with her Lord and Savior on December 17, 2021.
Louise was born on February 9, 1934, in Bangor, Maine, to Lawrence Patrick Foley and Odilie Marie (St. Pierre) Foley.
Louise worked at Keystone in Boston, MA. Later, she moved her five children to Pittsfield, Maine in 1975 and worked at Edwards Company until she retired. After retirement, Louise always stayed busy. She belonged to the Pittsfield Kiwanis, Pittsfield Seniors Club, the Hartland Seniors Club and she was also a proud town councilor for the town of Pittsfield. Louise enjoyed spending time outdoors, especially visiting the coast of Maine, and always enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Louise is survived by her siblings: Mary Gaeta, Eleanor Muise and Patricia Cerullo of Massachusetts, Arthur Bentley of Florida, and Susan and husband Larry Stuart of Pittsfield. Louise’s five children, daughter Ellen and her husband, Michael Russell of Hartland, son William Baker of Skowhegan, daughter Joanne Cook of Pittsfield, son David and wife, Sally Baker, of Pittsfield and son Scott and wife Julie Baker of Hartland. Grandchildren: Jennifer Hopkins and fiancé Wade Brewer of Newport, Stephen Hopkins and wife Susanne of Bar Harbor, Paul Hopkins and wife Kim of Bangor, Peter Hopkins of Massachusetts, William Baker III and Sarah Farnsworth of Fort Kent, David Cook of Tennessee, Adam Cook of Pittsfield, Jason Cook of New York, Christopher Baker of Berwick, Crystal Nayok and husband Michael of Lewiston, Jessica Cirello and wife, Ashley of Augusta as well as many great grandchildren.
Louise was predeceased by her parents, a sister Elisabeth Sullivan, brothers Lawrence Foley and Harold Foley, grandson’s Ryan Baker and Scott Baker Jr, and fiancée David Batchelder.
A spring burial and gathering will be planned.
Donations in Louise’s memory can be made to: Somerset Animal Shelter 123 Middle Road Skowhegan, Maine 04976 or online at: http://shsanimalshelter.com/donate-2/
A Memorial Tree was planted for Louise
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Direct Cremation of Maine