William Louie Caffee
Born: 1/8/1921, Byers, Texas
Death: 11/15/2008, Grand Junction, Colorado
Viewing: 11/19/2008, 10:00 am
Service: 11/19/2008, 11:00 am, Green River Ward
Interment: Floyd County Cemetery
Green River – William Louie Caffee, 87, passed away at the Veterans
Hospital in Grand Junction on November 15, 2008.
William was born in Byers, Texas January 8, 1921 to Chester and Colesta
Bean Caffee. He grew up in Texas attending school and then college there.
After 2 years of college he was drafted into the navy during World War II.
Following his time of serves he married Mary Lou Wise on May 25, 1949 in
William started to work for a missile defense contractor and stayed
with that work until he retired as an engineer. William in Vandenberg and
was transferred from Santa Maria, CA to Green River, UT 45 years ago for
work. When the base closed in Green River he was transferred to Sunny
Veil, CA until he retired. He then returned to Green River 32 years ago
and stay there every since. He was a member of the AARP and American
He is survived by his wife Mary Lou of Green River, UT; a son Dr. Mark
(Suzanne) Caffee of West Lafayette, Indiana; a daughter Nancy Lou Caffee
of Fresno, CA; 2 grandchildren William and Richard Caffee.
Funeral Services will be held Wednesday November 19, 2008 at 11:00 am
at the Green River LDS Ward Chapel. A viewing will be held that day at
10:00 am at the church.
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