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Terry Wesley Caldwell (AKA: Bossman) was born in Iredell County, North Carolina on August 25, 1965. He was born to the late James Lewis Caldwell and Lola Mae Caldwell, both of Mooresville, NC. Terry was also preceded in death by his son Jervon Sloan of Mooresville, NC.
Terry attended and graduated from Mooresville Senior High School. He was emploved by Duke Energy, Robinson Steam Plant in the Science Department as a Sr. Radiation Protection Technician 111. He gave his life to Jesus in 2003 and was a member of WBII Worldwide ministries where he served as a deacon. Terry was an amazing son, brother, uncle, father, grandfather and husband! If you knew anything about Terry, you knew that he had the biggest heart. He was a giver of his time and would lend a helping hand to anyone, especially his family, whom he dearly loved and cherished. He was definitely a family man! If vou needed tables, chairs, and tents for a cookout or even one of his many vehicles, it was yours. Terry fought and overcame many struggles in his life. He was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in the year 2000. His cancer caused him much pain and discomfort. However, through the grace of God and His healing power, Terry overcame his ailment and was cancer free for over 20 years. He would always say, I had cancer, it didn't have me! God had more work for him to accomplish.
Then he met his Queen, Marilyn Rucker. After a long series of living their lives apart, God brought the two of them together to be one. He had no issues at all letting the world know that Marilyn was his high school sweetheart and now his and finally his wife. He loved her unconditionally and would do anything for her and all of her family. He will be dearly missed.
Terry Caldwell leaves to cherish his fondest memories to his loving wife, Marylin Caldwell. Two daughters; Dyneka Glaspy of Charlotte, NC and Niya Philip) Harold of Mooresville, NC; Three sons: Tyrese Caldwell of El Paso, Texas, Jovell Turner of Mooresville, NC and Tyler Rogers of Baxley, Georgia. He also leaves behind to cherish their fondest memories of growing up logether, three brothers: Andy Sherrill of Mooresville, NC; James Loray (Margaret) Caldwell of Statesville, NC: Robert (Veronica) Milton Caldwell of Las Vegas, Nevada. One sister, Linda (Anthony) Campbell of Surprise, Arizona; Three aunts: Mary Caldwell Campbell of Hickory, NC; Alice Joe Miller of North Vegas, Nevada; and Dorothy Patterson (Rayford Sellers of Charlotte, North Carolina. A very special cousin, Latoya (Elliot) Turner of Charlotte, North Carolina. Nine grandkids, one god child, and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.