Butch Caldwell Death, Obituary – Additional survivors include two children, Virginia “Jenny” Martin (Jamie) of Paris, Missouri and William LeRoy “B.J.” Caldwell, Jr. (Ariel Lair) of Hannibal, Missouri, one grandson, Zakkary James Martin, who was the source of his pride and joy, three brothers, Donald E. Caldwell, Bill Caldwell, and George Caldwell, one sister, Colleen David, in addition to a number of nieces and nephew His two sisters, Kathy Ann Majors and Betty Fuget, as well as his mother and father, all left before he did. He was the last of his family members to leave. His mother and father had a marital relationship. He was the lone member of his family to reach adulthood and he was the only one who did.
In spite of the fact that he has been employed in the truck driving industry for more than 40 years and continues to work there on a consistent basis, Mr. Caldwell has managed to maintain his status as a professional truck driver. He was a diligent worker who took pleasure in cutting the grass and was always willing to lend a helping hand to those who were struggling. He was always ready to provide assistance to those who required it. Those who were struggling in some way could always count on him to step in and offer assistance. Butch placed a high importance on the time he was able to devote to his loved ones and friends, and in especially, the time he was able to devote to his grandson.
Throughout his whole life, he never attempted to hide the fact that he considered himself to be a Christian. You are welcome to make memorial contributions to the school fund for Zakkary Martin, care of the James O’Donnell Funeral Home, in lieu of sending flowers. This link provides access to further details. Earl Davis, Jamie Martin, Jason Poage, Luke Cannon, Donald Caldwell, Jarrad Verdier, and Carl Kaden have all volunteered to serve as pallbearers during the funeral service. Carl Kaden has also offered his services in this capacity.