Kendall Lee Baker
Kendall Lee Baker, age 48, of Ashburn, VA, formerly of Beckley, WV and Fort Mill, SC, passed away on Saturday, October 12, 2019. He is the loving father of Zachary and Stella Baker. In addition to his children he is survived by his parents Denarl and Barbara Baker of Beckley, WV. Also survived by siblings Lisa Ridenhour of Knoxville, TN, Robin Carr of Woodstock, GA, and Richard (Terri) Baker of Goldsboro, NC as well as his maternal grandparents Kelso and Thelma Lilly of Beckley, WV. In addition Kendall is survived by numerous other close relatives and friends including his former wife Lora Baker.

Kendall joined the US Army as a Military Policeman in 1990. During his service he was stationed at White Sands Missile Range in White Sands NM. He also served at the Allied Forces Central Europe (AFCENT) in Brunsum The Netherlands. After an honorable discharge in 1995, Kendall continued his career in Law Enforcement working for Mount Hope Police Department, Fayette County Sheriff, and the West Virginia State Police. In 2002, Kendall was hired by the Department of Homeland Security where he served as a United States Air Marshal. He finished his Law Enforcement career as a trainer at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC).

Services will be private. Memorial contributions to ALS Association ( in Kendall's name are greatly appreciated. Condolences at
Published on October 17, 2019


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Oct 23, 2019
One of the best men I have the pleasure to meet. He was always happy, carried a smile no matter the day. He was dedicated to his profession and family.
I never heard him say a cross word about another person. He was a damn good man . Respectfully , jw
Paul and DOnna Bina
Oct 20, 2019
I was very saddened to hear of Kendall's passing. We worked with Kendall at L&S Toyota years ago, and he was always a bright spot in everyone's day. His sense of humor was infectious and always kept everyone upbeat and happy. I've wondered many times if he achieved his dream of being a WV State Police member and was happy to know he did and even beyond in his career. God Bless him and comfort his family. He will be missed.
Pam Jennings
Oct 18, 2019
I was so shocked to have seen this. We were raised in the same neighborhood and were good friends. May you rest easy now. Much love from your Calloway Heights buddies..
Steve Beckett
Oct 17, 2019
so sorry to hear this...Kendall was a great kid, I remember him well working with him at Pic Pac store...prayers to the family...