We were saddened to learn of Dwight's passing. What a special person! As I reminisce, many fond memories abound! How difficult it must be to suffer such great loss during this season. Knowing that Dwight is now in the company of our Lord, may He bless you and your family with a special peace and healing presence.
Pete and Kathy Hossenlopp
With deepest sympathies to Roberta and the Callaway family. It is with great sadness that I have learned of Dwight's passing. Dwight was my first direct supervisor for many years while we both worked for Delco in Kokomo. He was an excellent mentor and became a respected friend over the years. I know that he was instrumental in advancing my career. While he could be stern he also had a warm heart and a twinkle in his eye that will forever be a part of my memory. He has left a wonderful legacy in many places.
To Link Callaway and Family,
Extending sympathies to your family at this time of your loss.
Link Nettye H. Evans
My Family has loved Dwight and the Callaway Family forever. I will miss you Brother Dwight. My Mother Johnnie Mae Durant and Sister Yvette Durant-Downs are planning to attend the service, but I am not able to attend at this time. My condolences to you all. I remember spending time with Dwight and Bert and Gordon and Crystal and so many of you over the years. God Bless and Comfort you in this time of sorrow. I am so proud of my Alpha Phi Alpha brother Dwight Callaway. Rest in Peace. -Guy Durant
Our deepest sympathy to the Callaway family. The friendship and love he has brought to our family will never be forgotten. His smile brighten our days and his laugh brought joy to our joys during our darkest times. He will be missed but remind forever in our hearts! All of our love from Northern Michigan!
I met Dwight in 1989 in Paradise Lake Mi. having done several remodeling and improvements to their cottage, Over the years my wife Robin and I became great friends with Dwight and Roberta. He was almost like a father to me and I will dearly miss him!
Sympathy to the Callaway family, I worked for Dwight, when he was in Kokomo. My family still uses his famous "bean dip" recipe. Martha Goings
Our hearts and prayers are with you in the loss of your beloved husband,father, grandfather and brother Dwight. We will always remember and appreciate the wonderful times we shared together. May God comfort you always. The Twigg and May Families
To: Roberta and the Calloway Family.
Nettie and Cora let me know about Dwight's transition. Although none of us have ever met you, I have communicated with Denise on Facebook. Know that I will share this information with my brother Brian Riffe and Sister Melanie Riffe. Our Mother, Charlotte Jones Riffe loved all the Leahr's so much, and spoke so proudly of all of you. Dwight was an amazingly gifted person, who made a difference and was a beneficial presence in the world. While I'm sure you will miss him, we are all blessed by his life.
Our Love and Prayers are with you.
Karon Riffe Moore
Dear Denise and Family,
Please allow me to express my deepest sympathies for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
To: Roberta and family
We were saddened to hear of Dwight's passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy on your loss.
Kenneth & Elizabeth Jordan, Flint, Michigan
May your memories bring you comfort during this difficult time. My sincere sympathy to you and your family.
Gordon, so sorry to hear about the loss of your Father. Losing a parent is a tough thing, I lost my Father in 2004. My thoughts are with you.
My very Dearest Aunt Bert and Family;
Please accept our deepest sympathies. Both Diana and I will always remember uncle Dwight as a brilliant, perceptive, and supremely generous man--truly larger than life in so many respects. Moreover, I will also treasure, and never forget, our many times together in Avondale, Madisonville, Kokomo, Washington DC, and Flint, as I observed and closely interacted with your wonderful children, my dear cousins Denise, Gordon, and Dwight II (I will forever call him "Billy") as they progressed through childhood, adolesence, and finally into maturity. Lastly, and most importantly, please know, in your hour of sorrow, that Uncle Dwight has finally found that which we all long for, but rarely, if ever, achieve in this life: "the peace that passeth all understanding". Much love--Nephew and Cousin Joseph Schwering and Diana Fleming-Schwering
I always knew your dad as my "Uncle Brother" and as that, he always made me laugh. An excellent man, husband, and father who will remain in my heart forever. God bless all of you through this difficult time. And know that he is with God most likely laughin it up!!
We thought very highly of Dwight he and his wife are wonderful people he will be greatly missed Roberta your in our prayers
Dwight Callaway was quite a man. He was fun, smart, loving, accomplished, disciplined, and so much more. I am honored to have known him. Love and blessings to the family. He will live on in all of you.
Please accept our sympathy. Uncle Dwight was a good man. It's been a very long time, but I do remember that he smiled a lot....God be with you, Cousin Terri and family.
If there are pig roasts in heaven, I'm sure the ole Delco gang is having a hellava party. I can see Dwight savoring the tenderloin now. He was a good man. May his legacy continue to live through his children and grandchildren.