Family was so important to Leona Mae and Harold “Bix” Bixler Baker it became the cornerstone of life for each of their nine children.
Unlike most large families, the Baker “kids” — six of whom are living and in their 80s and 90s — had no ongoing discord, rivalry or feuds. I’ve been told they’ve always remained close and connected even though they live far apart.
Dec 31, 2009 - 9:12:13 AM
From One Survivor to Another Usually, after a much-publicized tragedy many warm-hearted people offer
help to the family, but a year later, they’ve gone on to other things.
Not this time.
When John Arnold heard about the attack on the 18-year-old girl outside
the Bloomingdale Branch Library April 24, 2008, his heart went out to
her. At the time, John was still slowly recuperating from a painful
disease that had caused doctors to tell him he would never walk again.
Apr 9, 2009 - 1:33:53 PM
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