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Lovetta Yvonne Caldwell

February 22, 1948June 7, 2019

Mrs. Lovetta Y Caldwell, 71, of Oceanside, CA passed away on June 7, 2019 in Marietta, GA.

Lovetta was born on February 22, 1948 in Albany, GA to the late James and Virginia Tyler. After graduating from high school in Oakland, CA, Lovetta became a licensed cosmetologist and spent over 20 years as a hairdresser. She was also a full-time caregiver to the elderly. Lovetta enjoyed playing bingo and listening to jazz in her spare time. She was very funny and a natural leader.

Lovetta will be remembered by her family as a loving mother and grandmother and she will be deeply missed by those who knew her. Left to cherish her memory are daughters, Michelle Anderson and her husband, Steven and Deborah Perry; grandchildren, Andrea, Ashley, Alicia and William; brother, Sherman Joe Tyler; sister, Yurnitta Vernon; nephews, James Tyler and Jamal Lucas; and nieces, Vickey and Sharon Tyler. Her husband, Ross Caldwell, preceded her in death.

Lovetta will be laid to rest at Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Riverside, CA at a later date.


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Lovetta Yvonne Caldwell

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Maryann Mathews

June 16, 2019

My dear family, my heart pours out to you at the loss of our loving friend.
We so miss the days when we laughed, eat, sang and enjoyed the gift of kinship with Lovetta in Oceanside.
She always treated us as family, always!! She was very special,. I will teasure those memories forever.

Girls, I would be honored to attend her service, where ever, when ever you are ready.

Audrey Walzer

June 11, 2019

Dear Family,
Lovetta was the first person that befriended me when Tony and I married and moved to California. Lovetta, me and our spouses became inseparable lifetime friends . We played bingo, partied, shared family good times and crisis together. Whether we resided in the same town or miles apart, our bond was never and will never be broken. Debbie, Michelle , Nita and the rest of the family just know we’re only a text or phone call away. Please let us continue to stay in touch. We love you all ... 😘
Your extended family forever,
The Walzers