NaDean Lowe Baker Born in Provo, Utah, May 27, 1946 Daughter of Reed Eghert Lowe and Vilda Leavitt Lowe. Survived by Husband of 21 years and love of 26 years Stanford Theron Baker, Daughter Jodi Lyn Goldberg Borg, son in law Curtis Dean Borg Jr. Grandchildren Jessica Marie, Valerie Chantel, Curtis Dean III and Natalie Danielle. Great grandson Damien Ezekiel Vasquez. Brothers Everette, Floyd, Phil and Jimmy, their wives and children and many friends who loved her. She had many amazing qualities. She had a heart of gold. Always loving, compassionate and supportive. She has an infectious distinctive laugh. She was a vibrant fun loving woman. An amazing cook- ASK ANYONE- great at telling jokes, she loved to golf, read, do crosswords and be with her family. To know her was to love her. She was the best mommy, she was not perfect, but in both her perfections and imperfections she taught. First most of unconditional love. Also of honesty, selflessness, forgiveness, compassion, friendship, and how to be an overall good person. She taught if someone was rude or unkind, kill 'em with kindness, not wrath. She was an amazing grandmother, she loved her grandchildren with all her heart and was proud of every accomplishment. She was a loving wife who loved her husband with everything she was. She loved her family near and far. Family was everything to her. She was friend to all who knew her. She was a waitress at House of Raymonds, and doing banquets for 16 years until it burned down. Then her loving friend of many years Pat Rocca employed her at The Greatest for the duration of her working days. No matter where she worked she was the best at what she did and made many friends. She had an endearing way about her. You could not help but love her. She will be missed by many, more than words can express. Mommy…We love you. Always and Forever.

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  1. Nadean always made me smile. She loved her family and always made me feel welcome in her home. Her daughter Jodi is one of my dearest friends and my heart goes out to her and her beautiful family during this difficult time. Love you all. Renee ( Nee Nee ) Loy.

  2. my mother was a wonderful and loved woman I am so blessed to have had her as a mommy. I will miss her more than I can express. thank you to all who shared in her life.

  3. I remember as a kid looking forward to Christmas and summers because that’s when Nadean came to Utah to visit. I remember she was the only one that could talk my dad (her brother) into singing…what a treat! I loved her laugh, I loved her inner and outer beauty (wow, she was SO pretty with that long hair in her younger years), and mostly I loved her hugs. She made me feel loved when she was around. She will definitely be missed! Have fun in heaven singing ‘knockers up’ with my mom! 🙂 I love you, Nadean!

  4. If this is the same NaDean that worked at Neptune’s Table restaurant in Phoenix in the early 70’s, then my heart is broken. I worked there through high school and most of college and knew NaDean well. I just adored her. Loved by all her co-workers, she was beautiful and kind. She once offered to be my date to my junior prom when she found out that my date cancelled! I ultimately found another date, but never forgot this kindness. It was so typical of her thoughtfulness. When she moved away all of us felt the loss. Over the years I have wondered how she was doing. Her passing comes as a terrible shock. What is clear is that she found happiness and has a terrific family. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. – Kevin McCarthy, Richardson, TX.

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