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Edward Baxter

Edward Baxter

Friday, August 22nd, 1947 Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

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Obituary for Edward Gene Baxter

“Ed” Edward Gene Baxter, 72, a resident of Dallas died Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at his home. He was born on August 22, 1947 in Coos Bay, Oregon the son of George Emmett and Clara Margaret Schniel Baxter. Ed graduated from Marshfield High School in Coos Bay and attended Southwest Oregon Community College. At each of the schools he played basketball. He lived in Bend for a time before moving to Valsetz. In Valsetz, he worked for Boise Cascade until the mill was closed. He then moved to Dallas, where he worked for Praegitzer Industries manufacturing circuit boards. He retired in 2001. On December 30, 1992, he married Marilyn Gail Burkhart in Dallas. Ed loved to watch all the ball games on TV and remembered names and stats. He was an avid Oregon State fan and enjoyed hunting and fishing. Even though he was confined to a wheelchair, he remained always upbeat, positive and never complained. He had a strong faith in the Lord and was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church in Dallas.

He is survived by his wife Marilyn “Darlin’”, sons John Baxter, Richard Baxter and daughter Kimm Wallace, daughters Kelli Myers, Kathi Reed, Robin Richardson and Lonni Everetts and son Roger Colby along with 24 grandchildren and many great grandchildren. He is also survived by his mother Clara Schnier, brothers Dick Baxter, Elmer Baxter and former wife Carol Strand.

A memorial service will begin at 1:00pm Monday, February 17th in the Calvary Chapel Church followed by a reception. Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers are suggested to the church at 628 SE Jefferson St. Dallas, Oregon 97338. The Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center is caring for the family. www.dallastribute.com

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    Monday, February 17th, 2020 | 1:00pm
    Calvary Chapel Church
    628 Jefferson Street
    DALLAS, OR
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    Monday, February 17th, 2020
    1:00pm

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Comment | Posted at 04:24pm via Floral Arrangements
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Jackie Hurd

So sorry to hear about Ed. At least he is at peace, and not hurting any more. God has him in his arms.
Marlyn, you are such a wonderful wife, you was always there for him.
Aunt Clara, Bless your heart, I know it must hurt terrible to loose your son. But you know you will be seeing him someday.
Elmer and Dick, I know how it feels to loose a brother and sisters. Hang in there and you have lots of good memories.
I remember at a family reunion in Coos Bay some years ago. I all most tipped his wheel chair over in the sand.. I don’t think he let me push him again. Lol.
My prayers are with all of you,
I wish I could be there for the memorial, Because of health issues , I can’t
Love you all. Jackie
Comment | Posted at 09:44pm via Condolence
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