Baker, Belinda

Belinda Baker

23/12/1961 ~ 30/10/2023

A celebration to remember Belinda will be held

at 12noon on Thursday November 16th, 2023

at the Belgrave Heights & South Progress Hall,

127 Colby Drive, Belgrave Heights.

The Ceremony will be followed by refreshments at

Sooki Lounge, 1648 Burwood Hwy, Belgrave.

For those unable to attend, you can watch the service via the livestream link below:

Password: Baker

Please bring the best smile you can muster and wear a splash of bright colour.

No flowers by request - but a donation in Belinda's name to one of the following causes would be really appreciated.


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7 Tributes

  1. Nikole
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    Dearest Belinda,
    You were one of the most fierce, passionate and outspoken social workers I have ever met and it was my absolute privilege to get to know you during your time down here.
    It won’t be the same without you. Rest easy my friend xx

  2. Haydn
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    I love you mum. I’ll miss your roaring laugh, your ‘take no shit’ attitude and your unconditional love. You were taken far too soon and I am heart broken that Whitley and Wilkie won’t get to grow up with their beloved “Non’s”.
    I hope you’re at peace knowing that you have made such a difference to so many lives.
    Love always,

  3. Bianka
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    My beautiful friend, I will so miss our laughs together and your black humour. I will miss you terribly .
    I found this poem by Ullie Kaye….It’s called “Ripple”
    “The most powerful thing is not a storm, it is a ripple.
    Storms grow wild, wear wings like beasts and then grow weak. A ripple builds with soft hands, it believes in the kind of strength that takes time, that holds steady, that looks for the small and the beautiful ways to love. It carries on without losing hope in it’s potential. It lives in one single fraction of breath at a time. A ripple changes everything.”
    Goodbye my dear friend and rest in peace 🤗😘😢

  4. Rachael
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    Dearest Belinda,
    I’m still struggling to process the fact that you’re gone. I count myself so privileged and lucky to have been able to work so closely with you. Your passion and commitment, wicked sense of humour, and enduring empathy are going to be so sorely missed.
    Vale. x

  5. Keely
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    Belinda, I was lucky enough to share your last meal with you. You insisted on taking Wilkie which resulted in you eating a meal with one hand, being covered in food and have a drink full of floatys. You didn’t care and just laughed the entire time. Your love for all but especially your grandchildren was admirable. You will be greatly missed and the world now feels a little less bright.
    Love you always and forever, Keels

  6. Jen & Graham
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    Belinda, you will always be remembered for your big smile and hearty laugh, kindness, warmth and passion.
    You always had us laughing with your endless funny stories. Rest in peace, love Jen & Graham

  7. Heather and David
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    In loving memory of Belinda Baker – such a remarkable woman- a Wife- a Mum- a Grandma- and a Friend.

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