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Robert William Baxter

Robert was born July 22, 1987, in Kansas City, KS at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He was the son of Kirkman Graves Baxter and Lynn T. Baxter.He had lived in Leawood before moving to Canton, OH in 2000, and in 2008 he moved back to Overland Park, KS. Robert was a 2005 graduate of GlenOak High School in Canton, OH. He attended Kent State University and was a student in photography at the Kansas City Art Institute. He was an accomplished photographer, loved to cook, and loved to spend time with friends, family, and his pets. Although he did not attend the University of Kansas, he was a dedicated fan of the Kansas Jayhawks and loved to watch KU basketball. He enjoyed concerts, and working on home maintenance projects. He was a very active and dedicated member of St. James Anglican Church of Kansas City, MO, as an Altar Server and photographer.

This memorial website was created by the family for the enjoyment of all family and friends while we all mourn the loss of a loving son, brother, and friend.