August 2, 1953 - October 14, 2019
On August 2, 1953, in the great city of Fort Worth, Texas, a baby boy was born and entrusted to Burnett and Imogene Caldwell. Wayne, as he was affectionately known, graduated from Poly High School and continued his education at the University of Texas to received an Associate Degree in Interior Decorating. This was something he loved and showed a great passion for. Wayne accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at Mount Rose Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Pastor Milford Kelly. Wayne was employed at Love and Care Day Centers which was owned and operated by his parents. Later Wayne expanded and became an entrepreneur with Summer Comps for the School Age Children. He had a great love for the children while taking them to many places and creating many activities, exposing the children in many positive ways. Wayne took great pleasure and passion in using his creative mind to decorate for many friends and family. Wayne loved and was loved by so many people near and far. He was always the laughter of the party and could always make his family and friends laugh. He will be missed! Wayne was preceded in death by his father, Burnett Caldwell; sister, Lois James and nephew, DaJuan Caldwell. He leaves to cherish his memories: his loving mother, Imogene Caldwell; sisters, Patricia Brigham, Belva Jody Caldwell and Veronica “Vickie” Briggs; a devoted friend, Ruby Dade; a true extended family at the Clairmont Living Apartments, along with a host of other relatives and friends.
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