In Loving Memory

Charles Caldwell, d. February 27, 2018



In Loving Memory

September 23, 1943 – February 27, 2018


Semmes, AL

Charles “Charlie” Caldwell, 74, passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. Charlie was a member of the Alabama Treasure Forest Association and worked as a machinist at Teledyne for 47 years.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Helen Caldwell and his brother, Edgar Caldwell.

Charlie is survived by his wife, Sylvia Caldwell; two sons, Paul Caldwell and Jason Caldwell; two daughters, Laura Caldwell and Charlotte (Tim) Wintz; one special daughter-in-law, Donna Caldwell; one brother, Robert Caldwell; six grandchildren, Justin Caldwell, Britney Gomez, Robie Ray, Mallory Wintz, Eden Wintz and Tiffany Hendrix; three great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.

A graveside service will be held at 2:00pm, Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Allentown Cemetery, 3275-3305 Caldwell Road, Semmes, AL, 36575. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you plant a tree in honor of Charlie’s memory. Expressions of condolence may be offered at Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL.


  1. Jim and Becky Volkman

    We are so sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers to you, family, and friends.
    Jim and Becky Volkman

    • Jason caldwell

      Thank you.

    • Charlotte Wintz

      Thanks, Jim and Becky.

  2. Belinda Dees-Beaver

    Thank our God that you are in His hands now and never to be in pain again…

    Belinda Dees-Beaver

    • Jason Caldwell

      Thank you.

  3. Jason Caldwell

    On February 27 at 4:05 pm I lost my hero.
    My dad was the wisest person I knew not because he was perfect, he was far from perfect.
    My Dad was the wisest person I knew because he taught me what’s important in life. My dad was the wisest person I knew because he taught me how to hear the many songs the birds would sing when you would just listen.
    My dad was the wisest man I knew because he taught me how to see the beauty in even the darkest night. My dad was the wisest man I knew because he showed me what hard work was and that nothing is free. My dad showed me that if I was going to do something I needed to give my best and do my best or I just shouldn’t even try. My dad taught me to see beauty in things that people take for granted everyday, the trees, the water, the birds. Nature was my daddy’s church and he found god in the woods and with his help he created a beautiful place which praised god and all that he created. My dad was not perfect but he did his best to teach us that life can be simple and that beauty is all around us if we just take the time to look. My dad was the wisest man I knew because he knew who he was, he tried to be better than he was the day before and because he did his absolute best in letting me know he loved me and for that I will never forget him, his hard work and all the life lessons he taught me. For that I am forever grateful.


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