Margie Hicks Caldwell
Margie Hicks Caldwell passed away on Thursday, Sept. 18 at the age of 72. She was a member of Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church. She was very active with the United Methodist Women and served at the local, district and jurisdictional levels. Margie loved sports of all types, especially Alabama football and Atlanta Braves baseball. She is preceded in death by, her parents; L.D. Hicks and Cora Rice Hicks. Sisters; Lucille Hicks Estes and Jeannette Hicks Hartselle. She is survived by her husband of 50 years; Phillip Caldwell. Daughters; Cheryl Caldwell and Camille Caldwell. Brothers; G.W. Hicks (Sarah) and Aldon Hicks (Gaynell). Numerous Nieces and nephews. Services will be as follows: Visitation on Sunday evening from 5:00 until 7:00. Funeral at 1:00 P.M. on Monday, both at Patterson-Forest Grove Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Forest Grove Memorial Gardens. Rev. Dallas Culver officiating.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know this is a difficult time for all of you, but God will take care of you.
My heart and love go out to the family members at this special time in your lives. God has a wonderful angel sitting beside him in heaven and singing in his glorious choir. Memories are what keep you going today and in the days to come. I know God will be there guiding you every minute of every day. We send our love to you all, Love, Brenda, Michelle, and Nick
Paul and Wanda Martin
Lifting the Family and Friends up in Prayer. Many Memories of Margie at PCHS and the Class of 1960. She was a Very Sweet and Loving Person.
Janice H Curry
Remembering our days of growing up and visiting with you.Never will forget our times together. Sisters marrying brothers made us even closer. Will never forget the trick you, Jeanette and Ann played on me!!!! We did not visit much as grown ups,but, our love never was forgotten. Nay God be with Phillip, Cheryl and Camille plus your siblings at this time. Love and prayers to your family.
my heart goes out to Caldwell family.its was a great pleasure to have known this wonderful family and to be margies caregiver.I will miss her dearly