Northwest NEWS

October 12, 1998

Local News


Ann E. Caldwell, RN
   A service in celebration of Ann Caldwell's life was held Saturday, Oct. 3 at Redmond Nazarene Church. The twenty year resident of Canterbury Square died Sept. 23. at age 89.
   She was born Aug. 18, 1909 in Missoula, MT to William Alan Eplin and Nora Eliza Howe and lived for fifty years in Spokane and Cheney before moving to Woodinville in 1978.
   Mrs. Caldwell was a graduate of Lewis and Clark High School in 1928 and of the Deaconess School of Nursing in 1931.
   She was the supervisor of Student Health Center at Eastern Washington University until retirement in 1974.
   Mrs. Caldwell then worked in the Energy Assistance program at the Northshore Multi-service Center until her retirement in 1989 at age 80.
   Preceded in death by her husband, J. Presley Caldwell, MD, she is held in loving memory by her daughters and sons-in-law: Joan C. McAllister and Michael H. Schmeer of Portland; Claire (Mimi) and Dennis S. McLaughlin of Woodinville; grandchildren: Steven, Shawn, Neil McLaughlin and Lynn Lovell of Carnation and Woodinville; six great-grandchildren. She is also survived by close friend Judi Burlingame of Woodinville and her loving caregivers at the Franciscan Care Center in Bothell.
   At her request, her body was donated to the University of Washington School of Medicine.
   Memorials in lieu of flowers may be made to Northshore Multi-service Center, Northshore Senior Center, or Redmond Nazarene Church.