Kelvin Ray Baker “Aquarius” was born January 25th, 1957 to Benjamin Franklin and Syvella Olivia Baker. He was the seventh child and the second born son to this union. “Kelvin” attended Elliot, Holiday and Washington High School. As a child Kelvin enjoyed drawing, writing and fixing bikes. He had the best penmanship and he loved playing basketball, he was one of the best basketball players in his era. His favorite college football team was the Texas Longhorns, and basketball team was UCLA Bruins. His favorite professional football team was the 49ers and the Blazers was his favorite basketball team, he enjoyed Elvis Presley movies.
Kelvin managed Kenny Shoe Store in Jantzen Beach. At the age 16 Kelvin attended Emmanuel Temple he was apart of The Brotherhood. He was called to minister under Bishop A.A. Wells. Kelvin loved his siblings, and all of his nieces and nephews. He always smiled and had a conversation with anyone he would come in contact with. He had a great memory when someone would bring up the good times from the ole days.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Benjamin Franklin Baker Sr. and Syvella Olivia Baker; siblings, Gloria Blandford, Devoter Lewis, Bennie Williams, Alma Baker, Benjamin “Frank” Baker Jr. and Brother In law William Wyse; and nephews, Vorian Lewis Sr., Mark Williams, and DeAnthony Williams.
He leaves to cherish his memory siblings, Pastor Tastonga (Bishop Theodus) Moore, Rhonda Wyse, Anthony Baker, and Carla Baker; brother in law’s Eulyses Lewis and Alton Williams; as well a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends.
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