Annabelle Marie Caldwell - 92
6/23/1927 - 1/19/2020
Annabelle M. Caldwell nee Ludolph. Age 92. Formerly of Stanwood, MI, Country Club Hills, Harvey, IL. Attended Blue Island High School. Retired from Sears Roebuck in Harvey working in the service center. Wife for more than 46 years of the late Kenneth Caldwell. Mother of Phyllis (Gary) Rolston, Patricia (Alexander) Kubon, Pamela Kubida, Annabelle Bradshaw, and the late Kenneth Caldwell, Jr. Grandmother of Bernard “Nardy” (Nicole) Brenner, Robert (Cortney) Brenner, Philip (Nathan Burnett) Brenner, Dianne (Eric) Harris, Jennifer (Tony) Lindahl, Andrew Josh Babiarz, Stephanie (Tony) Konvalinka, William ( Amanda) Kubida, Christina (Jay) VanLandSchoot, Adam Bradshaw, Mike (Paloma) Bradshaw. “Groovey” of Lauren Grace, Greyson, Ty, Kaitlyn (Jakub), Alexis, Matthew (Trena), Norah, Julia, Kenneth, Joshua, James, Annabelle, Irene, Stephanie, Brielle, Ava, Aubrey, Sonia, and Bella. Great-Great-Grandmother of Delynn, Zoe and Zackary and 1 on the way! Each and every one of them, her favorite! Daughter of Annabelle nee Stiller and Henry C Ludolph, Jr. Sister of Henry (Vida) Ludolph, III and the late Vernette (late Eugene) Klement. She was also “Aunt Annabelle” of many nieces and nephews. Annabelle lived a full life, beginning their married life in Chicago, then to Harvey for many years, Country Club Hills and then moving up to Stanwood, MI. She and her husband raised five children as well as hosting many foreign exchange students. She worked and retired as a supervisor at Sears Service Center in Harvey, as well as working alongside her husband in whatever business he was running at the time. Her life revolved around family. She and Kenny enjoyed dancing whenever the music played, often times being the center of attention on the dance floor. She enjoyed knitting and crocheting, making afghans for all of her children, grandchildren and as many of the “greats” as she could. She loved her family unconditionally and made sure they all knew that. She was a great cook and loved feeding her extended family big mostaccioli dinners. She had a special knack for planning work parties and events. Resting at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W 14th St (US Rt 30, 3 blks E of Western Ave), Chicago Heights on Saturday February 1, 2020 from 11:00 am until time of services 2:00 pm. Private burial Beverly Cemetery, Blue Island. Info 708-481-9230 and panozzobros.com.