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Caldwell, Everett R.

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June 6, 1930 - February 26, 2014

Caldwell, Everett R.



Everett Caldwell, 83, went to live with Jesus Christ, Wednesday, February 26, 2014, at Baylor Medical Center.

Mr. Caldwell was born in Mineral Wells, TX, June 6, 1930, to Ross H. Caldwell and Janie Grizzard Caldwell.  He was a member of Cliff Temple Baptist Church, served his country as a Marine during the Korean Conflict, and belonged to the Gideon International.  He was an architect, specializing in interior design, in his professional life.  He had a deep interest in World War II, especially, Hitler’s Third Reich.

Survivors include his wife of 31 years, Carolyn Teaster Caldwell; sons, Curtis Ross Caldwell (Dea) of Lewisville, TX, and Charles Michael Caldwell of Leesville, LA; daughter, Charlynn Johns of Dallas, TX; other survivors are Thomas McLean Paterson of Knoxville, TN; Mary Elizabeth Paterson Edwards of Atlanta, GA; two sisters, Janell Caldwell and Elaine Conway, both of Weatherford, TX; 5 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 2 pm, March 12th, at ARIA Funeral Home, 10116 E. Northwest Highway, Dallas, TX.  In lieu of flowers, please make your gift to The Gideon International at, or your favorite charity.

Arrangements are under the direction of:

ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

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Cindy J

January 31, 2016 2:52AM

Dear Curtis, I do not know if you will ever see this. I am so sorry about your father. I'm sorry about a lot.of things. Please, if you see this will you contact me? My email address is [email protected] Hearher Mae says hello. I'm on Facebook under Cindy Lee burns. Much love,Cindy J

Don Lauderdale

March 08, 2014 3:47PM

I am so sorry for your loss. I went to North Texas U. with Everett before the Korean War. I had lost track of him. He was a very nice young man. God be with you in this time of your sorrow.