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Anthony G. Caldwell

February 02, 1945 ~ June 05, 2022

On June 5th 2022 Anthony G Caldwell, 77, of Vero Beach formally (Asheville, North Carolina) passed from this life surrounded by family and friends peacefully and into the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

He was born February 2, 1945 in Marshall, North Carolina to Annie and William Floyd Caldwell. He graduated from Emma High School and later joined the Air Force and went into Vietnam. He was Honorably discharged in 1967. He moved to Florida where he married the love of his life on June 10th 1972, Marita Joan Caldwell. No two people were ever meant for each other more than they.

Anthony is survived by his loving wife Marita Joan Caldwell of 50 years. His daughters, Michelle Jordan (husband Billy Jordan), Tina Caldwell and his son Jason Caldwell (wife Amy Caldwell). His grand children Gary Moore (wife Cassidy Moore), Mikaylah Jordan, Tiffany Williams, Tyler Williams, Olivia Williams, Nick Caldwell, Nathan Caldwell, Nevaeh Caldwell, Nevin Caldwell, and great grand children,
Mila Moore, Navie Moore, Jayce Toussiant.

He worked at Piper Aircraft for over 30 years, he loved to build the planes and fly them, he also loved to have the crop duster fly over our house when we were little and wake us up. He loved to cook and was very proud of his recipes. His greatest joys in life were Mowing the yards, watching Sci-Fi and going into town looking at things to buy. He loved outer space, reading and teaching the Word of God, making jokes and making people around him laugh. He loved to play the organ, keyboard and guitar. He also loved to play computer games and talk about computers.


Michelle Jordan

June 14, 2022, 4:19 pm

We will be holding a Memorial Service/Celebration of Life in His honor on September 17th 2022 at Hobart Park in Winter Beach, Fl at 11am. We would like to do this pot luck style so please bring a dish/something to share. Then to follow the family will be driving to Cape Canaveral where he will be laid to rest at the National Cemetery.

Della Morton

June 15, 2022, 12:50 am

So sorry to hear this! He was a wonderful man in the Lord! Praying for his friends and family for peace and comfort at this time. ❤️ Love sister Della


June 16, 2022, 1:59 pm

Bro. Caldwell was a very Sweet man of God. I pray the first words the Lord would say is, well done thy good and faithful servant. A place of no pain, heartache, suffering and tears. God bless you brother, hope too see you on the other side. Lord, please comfort those he left behind.

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