Antique Vintage 04

Clara M. (Williams) Caldwell

October 14, 1940 ~ May 8, 2020 (age 79)


 Born October 14, 1940 in Coffee County Alabama to the late Otis John Henry Williams and Annie L. Williams. Clara Caldwell was married to Cecil Caldwell Sr (Deceased) for 40 years and from this union was blessed with six children. She is survived by: Cecil Caldwell Jr. (Lois), Phoenix AZ, Gloria Hylton, Enterprise AL, Steven Caldwell, New Brockton AL, Stanley Caldwell, Durham NC, Claudette Flowers (Jerome), Covington GA, and one son who preceded her in death, Rex Caldwell. Mother Clara Caldwell is survived by 10 siblings: Mary Frances  Daniels, Elba AL,  Ammie Jo (William) White, Enterprise AL; Annie Laura Saulsbury, Rochester NY,  Geraldine Owens, Enterprise AL, Judy Williams, Enterprise AL, Carolyn (Bobby) Williams, West Palm Beach FL, Nathan Williams, New Brockton AL, Ernest (Margret) Williams, Elba AL, James (Patricia) Williams, Enterprise AL, Eugene Williams, New Brockton AL,  one sister who preceded her in death, Mary Jo Flowers.   
She is also survived by,  a special aunt, Corene Daniels, her beloved uncle, J. L. Williams both of Elba, AL, brother-in-law, James Caldwell, Hartford AL fourteen grandchildren: Larry Hylton, Marcus Hylton, Alisha “Ali” Caldwell, Emerald Caldwell, Jade Caldwell, Amerist Caldwell, Chelsea Flowers, Monique (Caldwell) Bailey, Janae Flowers, Marquise Caldwell, Brandon Caldwell, Brianna Caldwell, Brittni Caldwell, Trevyna Guy Caldwell and nine great grandchildren, two godsons, Vincent Williams, New Brockton AL and  Jerome Nelson, Kissimmee, Fl., Mother Clara Caldwell was saved and filled with the indwelling power of the Holy Ghost during a tent revival at the Church of God By Faith in New Brockton AL under Elder Walter Camp of  Gainesville FL. After receiving Christ, she devoted her entire life and stewardship under the Church of God By Faith ministry until her demise. During her membership, she served as church secretary for 25 years and was later appointed as “Church Mother” where she was a great inspiration to the body of Christ and uplifted many members in the community in which she lived. She enjoyed feeding many in her community,  including the elders ministers and their families that served and ministered at the Church of  God By Faith. Mother Caldwell was devoted to her family and adored by her children and  grandchildren. 

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May 15, 2020

6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Coleman Funeral Home Chapel
2011 Hickman Avenue
Elba, AL 36323

Funeral Service
May 16, 2020

11:00 AM
Coleman Funeral Home Chapel
2011 Hickman Avenue
Elba, AL 36323

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