[Funeral Program for A. B. Baytops, November 1, 2007] Page: 2 of 5
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A.B. Baytops was born on September 2, 1914 in Sweet Home, Texas to
Abraham and Rosie Lee Anthony. They both preceded her in death.
She attended Sweet Home Public schools.
A.B. accepted Christ and was baptized at an early age.
A.B. met and fell in love with Bernard Baytops,
who later became her loving and devoted husband who also preceded her in
death. They were blessed with one child Mamie Pearl Baytops,
and three grandchildren, Andrew, Tonya, and Michael Baytops who all reside
in San Antonio, Texas.
Others left behind to cherish her memory are six great grandchildren Bre'Anna,
La'Tia, Andrew Jr., Michael Jr., Charles Andrew, and Amunique Baytops. Two
sisters, Willie Mae Wilson and Lillie V. Miller. One sister-in-law Ada Mae Anthony.
Devoted and dedicated nieces Felicia (Dee Dee), Wendy and Michelle
Wilson, Lillie Pearl Miller, Minnie Mae King, Lula Mae Anthony and a host of
other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
A.B. will also be missed by her extended family,
Mrs. Ruby Luckey, Cassandra Hardaway, Zantwan Franklin,
LaVonne Franklin, Amber Perez Baytops, one sister in law, Marion Crump
of New Jersey.
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