Ereedius Rena "Poochie" Baker

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Ereedius Rena (Poochie) Baker was born on December 2, 1971 in Picayune, Mississippi to Gwendolyn Clayton and later adopted by Osia Mae Clayton Baker and Cornelius Baker. He was educated in the West Baton Rouge Parish School System where he participated in the sports of wrestling and baseball. After attending high school, he served as a Sergeant in the U.S. Army and served in Operation Desert Storm. He was Honorably Discharged and moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota where he resided until his death. He attended Eastern Kentucky University and Minneapolis Community and Technical College. He was a former site manager at LCCS and a former trainer at Van Wagenen Financial in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ereedius leaves to cherish his memories one daughter, Octavia Carmen-Houser of Cincinatti, Ohio; four sisters, Dalphonie (Jerome) Fair of Port Allen, LA, Samonia Jacobs (Caliph) of Plaquemine, LA, Katrena (Raymond) Granville of Addis, LA and Coranda Williams of Plaquemine, LA; one brother, Phillip Williams III of Addis, LA; four aunts, JoAnn (Herman) Bosley of Addis, LA, Cecile (Hall, IV) Davis of Bueche, LA, Inez Clayton of Plaquemine, LA and Isabelle Clayton of Los Angeles, CA; three uncles, Jesse (Carolyn) Clayton of Addis, LA, Larry Clayton of Addis, LA and Cedric Clayton of Los Angeles, CA; 11 nieces, 3 nephews, special friends, Anita C. Gray, Alicia T. Lovelady, Wendy Lemon and 2 friends, Natasha Murphy of Atlanta and Lyndsey Moore of Minnesota. He was preceded in death by his parents, Gwendolyn C. Williams, Osia Mae and Cornelius Baker; grandparents, Joshery Clayton Sr. and Edna Mae Clayton; uncles, Clifford Clayton, Sr. and Joshery (Fuzzy) Clayton Jr.; and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation Friday, January 11, 2019 9:00 am until religious service at 11:00 am, Hall's Celebration Center, 9348 Scenic Hwy., Baton Rouge, LA. Interment Louisiana National Cemetery, Zachary, LA.
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Published in TheAdvocate.com from Jan. 4 to Jan. 11, 2019
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