I am sorry for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in the words written at (Jeremiah 29:11,12)
To the family of Philip Caldwell;
Offering my deepest condolences during this difficult time,
I'm so very sorry for your loss, death is something we are
never prepared for, but please find comfort in knowing God
has promised He will do away with sickness, pain and death
for His word is truth.
LET GOD'S HAND GUIDE YOU,AND MAY YOU TAKE COMFORT IN HIS WORD.("ANYONE DWELLING IN THE SECRET PLACE OF THE MOST HIGH WILL PROCURE HIMSELF LODGING UNDER THE SHADOW OF THE ALMIGHTY ONE.")pslm.91:1,HOPEFULLY THESE WORDS WILL BE OF COMFORT TO YOU.....MS.M
My condolences to the family. Hopefully everyone's faith is keeping them strong and helping them to really rely on almighty God for comfort.
Such a great loss.My thoughts and prayers go out.
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you.
I worked for Philip's brother, Wilson, for many years. He was so proud of his brother. My dad worked for Ford most of his life and admired Philip and his dedication to the company. RIP and when you see your brother, Wilson, tell him I said Hi.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
Just a young girl when I started in 1976 and remember each time we met along with Joe Henley at the Las Vegas meetings and boy was it a different time in the world of work. Many blessing for all that you made better.
I will always remember him for what he taught me and how he helped me. He was a great man. May he rest in peace.
My heart goes out to Mr. Caldwell's loved ones on their loss. Mr. Caldwell was a great American businessman who exhibited both intelligence and class. Rest In Peace, Sir.
Our sympathy to the Caldwell family in Conn. and in South Charleston, Ohio. Phil was a genuine person; never fogetting his hometown. We remember his graciousness in coming back to South Charleston for the dedication of our community park in the 1980's.
...you will be dearly missed Uncle Phillip...we are so blessed that God shared you with all of us for 93 years...may we all find peace and comfort in the legacy of kindness and grace you left behind...
Our sympathy to the family we are a ford family too. 12 family & close friend worked at LORAIN FORD, all did 28 to one 44 yr. he did a great job was will thought of and will be remembed RIP
Sorry to hear of the passing of a good man and friend.
He was an effective, quiet leader who you wanted to follow. His leadership and management came at a crucial time in Ford's history. I had the opportunity to sit with him and experience all of this personally.
RH Barker (Ford Dealer)
My father retired from Ford many years ago and he would often speak about the old heads who knew how to run a business & look out for it's employees. He has now passed away but I'll always be faithful to Ford...thanks for all you did. God Bless you & your family.
With deepest sympathy to the Caldwell family during your time of grief...GOD is for you a refuge and strength, A help that is there to be found during difficult times...May GOD provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead...(Psalm 62:8).
in God's care rest in peace
As the days and weeks pass,an as you return o your daily routine,my you continue to be comforted with the love and support of family and friends. Draw lose to God and he will draw close to you.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
I was a friend of Philip's brother, John, for many years in New Canaan...John always spoke proudly of his brother.
May the God who supplies all comfort support your family during this time of sorrow. We await the coming promise when "no resident will say I am sick." Isaiah 33.24
God Bless, may you RIP.................
Sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the Hearer of prayer at this time. Psalm 65:2
Although I never knew Mr. Caldwell personally, I read about him in Lee Iacocca's autobiography. Although the feud between Mr. Iacocca and Henry Ford II was very unfortunate, I admired Mr. Caldwell for doing for Ford what Lee Iacocca did for Chrysler in the 1980's. I currently own a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser, and my next car will probably be a 2014 or newer Ford Fiesta equipped with the 3-cylinder engine and manual gearbox. His family is in my prayers.