Published 5:50 pm Friday, March 23, 2018
Funeral services for Mr. Donald Caldwell were held on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 2 p.m. from Clara G. Hudson Memorial Chapel, Greenville, Alabama with Rev. C. A. Bennett officiating. Burial followed
in Magnolia cemetery. Hudson Funeral Services, Greenville, Ala., directed.
Donald Caldwell was born Aug. 8, 1952 in Greenville, Ala., to the late Henry Caldwell Jr. and the late S. E. Peagler.
Donald attended Mt. Zion Elementary School and graduated from Southside High (formerly Greenville Training School) in 1970. At an early age, he attended and was added to the Oglesby Street Church of Christ.
After High School Donald moved to Detriot, Mich., where he worked at the Ford Motor Company as an Inspector for many years. He later attended truck-driving school where he received his CDL. He worked as an independent truck driver for several years before deciding that trucking companies
provided more benefits and stability. He worked for JB Hunt Trucking Company for many years before moving on to Wiley Sanders Trucking Company.
Donald Loved traveling and meeting new people. He probably covered the U.S. from coast to coast several times before his health began to fail. His latter years were spent in the Opp Health and Rehabilitation Center in Opp, Alabama.
Donald was also preceded in death by brothers, Ezell Jackson Caldwell and Freddie Lee Caldwell; and brother in law, Willie Earl Kent, Sr.
He leaves to cherish his memories one sister, Gaye F. Caldwell-Kent, Indianapolis, Ind.; two brothers, Henry Caldwell (Peggy), Andalusia, Ala., and Charlie Caldwell (Rose), Montgomery, Ala.; devoted cousins, Dean Earl Caldwell and Herbert Shine; three nieces, four nephews and a host of
other relatives and friends.