OBITUARY

William B. Caldwell III

Born July 20, 1925

William B. Caldwell was born on July 20, 1925.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, March 19, 2013
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William B. Caldwell III

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MARIA BOYLAN

March 14, 2014

TO CENERAL WILLIAAM CALDWELL ON 17 MARCH PATRICK DAY ONE YEAR YOUR DAD PASS WAY MY HEART MY SOUL GO TO YOU AND ALLYOUR FAMILY FROM MARIA BOYLAN FROM LONDON.

maria boylan

March 2, 2014

TO GEN WILLIAM CALDWEL AND FAMILY MY CONDOLENCE LOST YOR GREAT DAD MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND ALL FAMALY.

MARIA BOYLAN FROM LONDON

March 2, 2014

TO GEN WILLIAM AND FAMILY MY CONDOLENCE OF LOST YOUR GREAT DAD.
MY THOUGHTS AND MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND ALL FAMILY.

Pamela Johnson

August 7, 2013

Bill and family we were saddened to hear about your father's death. We have fond memories of your Dad and Elaine on their visit while we we stationed in Germany together. Prayers and condolences to you all.
Ronnie and Pam Johnson
Beaumont, Texas

May 18, 2013

I never knew the late General Caldwell III. only through the pages of internet, it has been a most rewarding, blessed experience learning of his wonderful career in the United States Military Service. Afew of his images with his eldest son, Lt.Gen Caldwell iv, the strong bonding between father and son stirs up love, respect, and honor for each other, their smiles and body language show mutual admiration for each other. A tree General Bill Caldwell planted a few years ago in honor of his father is indeed a most fitting symbol of love to a great father, soldier and servant to God's chosen country America, from a most caring, loving thoughtful son, Lt.Gen William Bill Caldwell IV - source of pride, joy and honor to a much loved father andof United States of America .L. Thompson 18 May 2013 (ACT Australia)

carl hatmaker

April 11, 2013

priviledge to have know and served as his radio operator and runner in korea 1951(24th div. L company 19th reg.)he will be missed however never forgotton.thoughts and pryers to the caldwell family

Sun Yi

March 31, 2013

I pray that you go to a nice place and rest in peace. I thank you for fighting for South Korea during the Korean War leading one of the first U.S. combat troops here in Korea.
-Sun H. Yi, a Korean living in South Korea in peace thanks to you.

Tom & Lucy Fields

March 28, 2013

The nation has lost a good man and a great soldier. We served with him at West Point in the late 60s. He was an outstanding role model and mentor who will be missed by all who knew him.

Phillip Rogers

March 25, 2013

I privilege to have known him. My sympathies to Diane, and all his wonderful children.

Buck Sydnor

March 24, 2013

I was honored to know "The General" through Theresa and Charlie Burton and always enjoyed being in his presence. I remember "The General" teaching me a "flop shot" on the Burton's deck in Lynchburg. He was one of my hero's - watching him with his family, understanding his service to America, and his kindness to everyone! "The Gereral" will be missed but never forgotten.

My thoughts and prayers to the Caldwell family!