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Clyde Baker, Jr
Clyde was born November 14, 1921 in Richmond, California to Gladys Mae and Clyde C. Baker, Sr. He graduated from Richmond Union High School and attended U.C. Berkeley. Clyde excelled in academics and graduated with honors. He was a librarian at U.C. Berkeley until 1953. Prior to accepting his post as librarian at U.C. Davis in 1954, Clyde took a world tour as a passenger on a cargo ship. He worked as assistant chief librarian until his retirement. Clydes love of books and knowledge sustained him for all his life. He was aided in the last years of his life by his dear friend, Greg Isenhart and his beloved dog.
Clyde was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his brother Jean A. Baker.
To honor Clydes wishes, no service will be held. Interment took place in the family crypt at Sunset View Mausoleum in El Cerrito.
I'll always remember those evenings we shared over classical movies, and regret those we didn't get around to viewing. Bob
kBob Bynum Jun 13 2007 12:00 AM
I played bridge with Clyde every Tuesday for about 12 years. He was a very warm, caring person and I shall miss him a lot. I regret not getting a chance to tell him goodbye. vme-farris
virginia farris Jun 13 2007 12:00 AM
You were a kind friend to me for many years--a man of culture, wit and tremendous education. I will keep the image of you at the piano in my mind, because you will never be forgotten. Rest well and in good company, dear friend.
Gina Kingsbury Jun 12 2007 12:00 AM