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Baker, Leslie Squair

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February 15, 1961 - May 25, 2020

Baker, Leslie Squair

Leslie Squair Baker of Dallas, Texas passed away on Monday, May 25, 2020 at the age of 59.

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Phil Fleming

June 23, 2020 5:22PM

I read about this tragedy online and it's a shame. My condolences to the family


Noel Massie

June 23, 2020 1:11PM

I read today about your incredibly tragic loss. It was apparent that Leslie was an amazing person. A wonderful soul that has now gone to be with god. I’m an so disheartened by what you’re having to suffer through. My deepest and sincere condolences go to the family.


Patti Allard

June 01, 2020 8:24PM

I have known Leslie for 30 years and consider her a friend. I loved talking to her and sharing her positive energy.


Ava Booker

June 01, 2020 5:13PM

I worked with Leslie at Texas Health Presbyterian Plano. She had a very kind spirit and to this day, I cherish a beautiful silk flower arrangement that she gave to me. Prayers of blessings to the family🌹


Paul Riddle

May 31, 2020 6:09PM

I have worked with Leslie as a client of ON Magazine for 17 years now. We enjoyed working with Leslie and consider her a friend of the publication. Leslie was a solid businesswoman, and had the unique ability to relate to most everyone she would meet. I could tell when talking to her over the years she was very proud of her family and you all meant the world to her. RIP Leslie you are missed. With deepest sympathy, Paul Riddle.


The Hawes Family Bob Dottie Marcy Lenny Robin & Jeffrey

May 30, 2020 7:20PM

We loved n a beautiful neighborhood where our children grew up with Leslie & her family when she was 6-15....it was a very happy time and we will always lovingly remember Leslie along with her parents &
sisters❤️🌸 prayers and
Heartfelt sympathy to ALL


Mary Ann Rericha

May 30, 2020 7:10PM

It was a privilege to work with Leslie at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Plano before my retirement in 2011. She was so kind and caring to everyone. Always smiling and joyful. She loved her family and enjoyed sharing her pride & love for them. My heart is full of sorrow for your loss. May God provide comfort to you.


Carol Orr

May 30, 2020 11:25AM

Leslie I’m so sorry you were the victim of this horrible senseless crime. If it had happened to someone else, you would’ve been the first one to offer your help and support. You have always been so generous with your love and kindness. I’m glad I got the chance to be your friend. May you RIP in heaven with your dad.