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Jerry Caulder

Jerry Caulder

Saturday, November 7th, 1942 - Thursday, November 14th, 2019
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Tom

Posted at 01:36pm
I've known Jerry for 69 years, since the third grade at Gideon Elementary School.

I have many fond memories of him, starting with trying to strangle him when he wouldn't let me play with magnets during recess. (He announced that while speaking at our class reunion.)

Jerry and two other classmates shared an apartment with me in St. Louis, while saving up money to finish college. Jerry worked in the railroad switching yard, and loved to tell the story of when he was waving a lantern to stop traffic so a train could cross a street. Because he was short, the drivers ignored him, thinking he was a kid. Finally, he just waved the train across, and everyone stopped very quickly.

When I wrote to ask him to be best man at my wedding. He wrote back saying he would be glad to, but that there was a "u" in Caulder. My face was red!!

My wife margaret has fond memories of Jerry. He was a very kind and thoughtlful person. When she woke up from major surgery, there was a lovely bouquet of yellow roses in a beautiful white pitcher, which we still have. It was thoughtlful deeds like this that endeared Jerry to our hearts.

He will be dearly missed.
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Disns Nolan

Posted at 05:01pm
Dear Carol and Family,
I got to know Carol and Jerry at Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. Carol and I joined a golf and lunch group. We still enjoy lunches occasionally. I am here for you Carol. Call me anytime for any little or big thing. I am here for you! Love, Diana Nolan
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Ellen Meyer

Posted at 12:26am
My fondest memories of Jerry are his joyful and fun loving ways. I first got to know Carol and Jerry on a Fairbanks golf and safari trip to South Africa in Oct. 2001. He was always teasing and gave everyone a nickname which he used constantly . He had a way of making everything just more fun !! He will be missed by his many friends but will always be in our hearts. Ellen Meyer
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