Polly Annet Hammon Caldwell
June 7, 1945 - February 3, 2018
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Kilpatrick Funeral Homes - West Monroe
1321 N 7th St.
West Monroe, LA 71291
318-323-9614 | Map
Thursday 2/8, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Service
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes - West Monroe
1321 N 7th St.
West Monroe, LA 71291
318-323-9614 | Map
Thursday 2/8, 1:00 pm
Salem Cemetery in Dubach
Salem church Road
Dubach, Louisiana 71235
Thursday 2/8

Funeral services for Polly Caldwell will be held at 1:00 PM, Thursday February 8, 2018 in the chapel of Kilpatrick Funeral Home West Monroe. Visitation will be held Thursday from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM.Polly was born on June 7, 1945, in Tallulah, LA. She left this world on February 3, 2018, in Burleson, TX,…

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1008 Washington St left a message on February 8, 2018:
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Allison Miller Flannery left a message on February 7, 2018:
Ms. Polly took me to my first (and only) major league baseball game with Tater and Anita when we were in high school. We drove all the way to Houston in her little Toyota truck. Anita and I rode on a mattress in the covered back of the truck and I remember thinking that was the best rode of my life. We saw the Astros play in the Astrodome which was a big life event for some small town kids! Ms. Polly ALWAYS treated me like one of her children and loved me like a second mom. I will always cherish this memory and all the nights I spent "in town" sharing a twin bed with Anita! Thanks Ms. Polly for taking me on that trip and sharing your family with me.
Marie left a message on February 7, 2018:
My deepest condolences on your loss. I know this is a very difficult time losing such a wonderful person. God sees what you are going through and knows of your deep heartache and the many tears you shed and he wants to sustain you in the days ahead. In the Bible at 2 Corinthians 4:7 it says that God can give us, “… power beyond what is normal,” to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that we no longer cry or that we forget, but it means we recover. We can recover because of the hope he gives us. When Jesus was on earth he saw the grief that his friends Martha and Mary experienced at the death of their brother, Lazarus. His heart was pained by their great sadness that he cried (John 11:35). It moved him to resurrect Lazarus. Everyone was so joyful at having Lazarus back with them. This example is to hopefully give you assurance that he will also resurrect your Mom. Jesus Christ talked about our hope in John 5:28, “… all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out.” Jesus was referring to the resurrection as the hope that can anchor you. Just like an anchor stabilizes a ship, this hope can stabilizes you, and help keep from drowning in overwhelming sadness so you can have the power to go on. He promises to do away with death, pain, outcries and tears (Revelation 21:4). Please know he cares about you and wants to help by undoing what has happened to your Mom. When God soon brings the reality of his promised resurrection, he will turn all your tears of pain into tears of joy.
ELLEN left a message on February 7, 2018:
ANITA, TATORAND PEGGY IM SO SORRY. YOU TOO WERE YOUR MOM WORLD AND SO WERE HER GRANDKIDS. YOUR MOM WAS MY SWEET FRIEND AND IM GOING TO MISS HER SO MUCH BUT SHE IS NOT SUFFERING NO LONGER. GOD KNEW WHAT HE WAS DOING HE TAKES HE PRECIOUS ANGELS FIRST. I LOVED HER SO MUCH.
Jeanette Saunders left a message on February 6, 2018:
Though death is ever upon us, God promises to do away with sickness and death and the distress that results—permanently! We know this will happen because God gave Jesus the authority to heal the sick and power to raise the dead. The healings and resurrections performed by Jesus demonstrate this promise from God who cannot lie. (Luke 5:12, 13; John 11:39-44). Jesus’ kingdom government will bring to mankind this and so much more, yes “more than all we ask or imagine.” (Ephesians 3:20).
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
William Cade left a message on February 6, 2018:
Peggy, I can't even begin to to explain the feelings & memories going through my head right now after reading about Polly. Henrietta & I will be there for you.
Rita M. Wellbrink left a message on February 6, 2018:
Peggy, I am so sorry for your loss. It sounds as though your sister was a very strong and remarkable woman. I know you will miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Joyce Crawford left a message on February 6, 2018:
Don't think I ever saw Polly Calwell when she didn't have that electric smile on her face. She was a very sweet person and raised two delightful children whom I was privileged to teach. Enjoy your rewards, Polly! We will miss you!
William W Watson left a message on February 6, 2018:
Polly was the finest employee, and the sweetest person in all the years I was given the privilege of selecting employees foe Cross Keys Bank, and played a huge part in the growth of the organization and the high ethical standards ir represented.
David Gamble left a message on February 5, 2018:
Tater and Anita, I am sorry to hear of Miss Polly's passing but know that she is finding comfort. I pray for peace for you and your families.
Bonnie & Dick McCarthy left a message on February 5, 2018:
Polly’s visits to Asheville, NC. A very kind person. She always had a smile on her face.
Bonnie & Dick McCarthy left a message on February 5, 2018:
I remember all the knitting Polly did, giving scarfs,sweaters,gloves, etc. to so many people. She gave me a beautiful scarf. Polly was a wonderful person and she will be greatly missed.
Bonnie & Dick McCarthy left a message on February 5, 2018:
I remember all the knitting Polly did, giving scarfs,sweaters,gloves, etc. to so many people. She gave me a beautiful scarf. Polly was a wonderful person and she will be greatly missed.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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