On a day that she would normally be found in her favorite spot in church, she instead ran into the arms of Jesus on Sunday, April 3, 2022. She was met there by her precious baby girl, Hannah, her brother Greg, her parents, Henry and Evelyn Baker, and many other loved ones. She left behind her daughter Sarah and her husband Jarett; son Danny and his wife Arellia, and the baby of the family, Bryan. She had one very special granddaughter named Piper; three grandsons, Sawyer, Paxton, and Lincoln, and two granddogs. She also leaves behind two sisters, Orrenda Whitley, Melisa Farkas, a brother, Anthony Baker( Wanda); and a sister-in-law Lorna Baker. Lynetta never met a stranger and knew at least five people in every store she went inside, and that led to many friendships along the way. Her friends were her family, and she loved them well. \r\n\r\nThose that knew her well might have remembered her walking around with a little help, especially in the last few years. Her physical disabilities may have slowed her down a little bit, but it never kept her from making her way to one of her grandkid's dance recitals, band concerts, or soccer games. She was so proud of her family, and never missed a chance to tell them that. Her favorite kind of music was Danny's worship singing, her favorite kind of literature was Bryan's poetry, and her favorite extracurricular activity was "liking and commenting" on all of Sarah's social media posts. \r\n\r\nLynetta's faith was the foundation of everything for her. She loved her Jesus, and she faced life on her knees praying. When faced with the decision of where to gather in celebration of her life, the decision was easy. Therefore, we will come together at 11:00 am on April 8, 2022, at Conway First Church of the Nazarene, 1501 Scott Street, to celebrate her life. There will also be a second service at Rogers First Church of the Nazarene, 4911 W Pleasant Grove drive on Saturday, April 9th, at 11:00 am.