Please could you let his family know that I remember him with great affection. He gave me my first job at the American Embassy in London. He was a good and kind boss and a true gentleman.
My sympathies to Carolyn and to all the family. May God comfort and keep you always.
I am an ophthalmologist in Bloomington, and Calvin was a patient of mine for many years. I wanted to express to his family my sorrow upon learning of his death. I always enjoyed seeing him(and his wife). I had gone to Honduras a number of times to do some eye work, and he was always interested in that and he kind of wanted me to do more of it. I think he was an exceptional person, and I am pleased to have had the honor of knowing him for a number of years. God bless him.
Ken Tewel, M.D.
We&ll miss Cal!
Christine and Matt Lemon
My deepest condolences on Cal&s passing. As you know, Cal and I worked together at American Electric Power. Cal possessed a rare combination of deep knowledge, boyish enthusiasm and caring and concern for others (though he had a funny way of showing it occasionally :) !
I&ll never forget being in Birmingham, UK with him and a senior officer of our company. We had just arrived, famished and met Cal at a restaurant to plan the next day&s activities. Cal said he had just eaten and didn&t want to order anything. Cal got into this 100 mile an hour dialogue on plans, etc. and picked up a fork and starting absentmindedly eating right off the plate of the EVP, all the while gesturing, talking and directing the conversation. It was a classic Cal moment!
The world is a better place for Cal having been in it.
Blessings to you and your family,