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December 22, 2014
Tio, I was just thinking of you ... miss you much
December 10, 2013
Just as no man has power over the spirit or can restrain the spirit, so no one has power over the day of death. Just as no one is discharged during a war, so wickedness will not allow those who practice it to escape. All of this I have seen, and I applied my heart to every work that has been done under the sun, during the time that man has dominated man to his harm. (Ecclesiastes 8:8,9). So it is with sadness of this senseless death against Eduardo Caraveo. Our prayers go out to his family and friends for their loss.
May 30, 2011
I was honored to have known MAJ Caraveo during our train up for Afghanistan. He was and continues to be a light and inspiration in this world. He is missed everyday!!
July 01, 2010
It was a privilege to have met the Caraveo Family during the annual meeting of the Correctional Peace Officer Foundation in Buffalo, NY, and to have been selected as escort. You have touched my heart. God bless you.
May 29, 2010
Still missing you!

Always in our hearts ...

ER
December 16, 2009
Dear Caraveo Family,

My thoughts continue to be with you during this holiday season. As a BOP staff member, daughter of a Vietnam Vet, and proud to call El Paso home, pride is what I feel when I think of Eduardo.

God Bless.

Sandra Hijar
December 07, 2009
Angela y Familia,

Mi mas sentido pesame. Apenas ayer me entere de la perdida tan grande que has sufrido tu y tu familia. Recuerdo con mucho carino el dia de tu boda con Eduardo. Mis padres y yo compartimos ese bello momento de tu vida. Me duele el corazon y quisiera cobijarte con mis palabras de aliento. Espero poder encontrar la forma de communicarme contigo para conversar contigo muy pronto.Un beso para ti, Tiffany, Meagan y tu bebe.

Te recuerda,

Martha Corella
Tucson, Arizona
(Former IRS Co-worker)
November 30, 2009
alexiis
November 30, 2009
To My Sister in law Angela I now that anything in this world could replace Eduardo, He was a very special person and a good husband and father and a man of God. But I now that God will help you to keep on because you have Jean Paul that needs you. I now that JP it's going to be the best present God gave to you from Eduardo and he looks just like him.

God Bless you

Love from Your Sister in law Damaris and your brother Chui
November 28, 2009
I studied psychophatmacology with Eduardo in Las Cruces about ten years ago. He brought wonderful energy, intellect and light to our little group. I send deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Elizabeth Dinsmore, Ph.D.
Taos, NM
November 28, 2009
To Caraveo's Familia, wife Angela, his sons Eddie, Jose, John Paul, stepdaughters, and grandson.

I keep telling Rudy every day we talk that our dear dear friend "Caraveo" is still hear but I have finally accepted that my dear GOD needed "un Angel y si llama "Caraveo"

Angela,
I never had the pleasure of meeting you but Caraveo was soooo happy and would go on and on about how he found the love and she is the one... Rudy and I just like typical buddies would say to him "Are you sure Caraveo...?" and he said si,si, si, I love this woman...so he was happy and he fullfilled so many of his career dreams and was the type of friend that made everybody feel like he was your best friend. The work he did for my program serving our youth in transition all over Southern Arizona was unbelievable and all the kids loved Dr. C.

Eddie and Jose,
So many years since I have seen you guys when you were boys was the last time before I moved to Phoenix. Remember your Dad loved his sons soooo much and I remember how he wanted to have a good retirement plan and take care of his sons and they can have it all...
After 25 years being Rudy's friend and my friend for 22 years, I say to "Caraveo" that I asked GOD "Will please you send our buddy a hug from his sisterfriend Anna and his brotherfriend Rudy because we will see him again one day....the funny nice guy Angel"Caraveo" who knowing him is running the Angel department....

God Bless to all "que Dios bendiga a toda la familia" Angela and Eddie,Jose,John Paul, daughters and grandson

Sinceramente,
Anna, Jim, and Veronica
Mesa,Arizona
November 25, 2009
I dont know your family, But all the same I feel saddened,touch my heart.
Im from Juarez My Kids Bowie exes,class ,91 and 93 in the military ARMY .
May God give you Peace and the Biggest Medal in heaven .
November 25, 2009
To mi amigo,

I will miss you, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Thank you for all you did for me, until we meet again, God is by your side and you are guiding us now. Adios mi amigo
November 25, 2009
I do not know your family,but my thoughs and prayers are with you all,I feel that Iam a lot like him,living and strugling to live in this beautiful country for almost a lifetime!Thank you for your service and God bless us all.
November 25, 2009
My condolences to the family of Maj. Eduardo Caraveo. May you know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of so many people.
November 25, 2009
Dear Familia,

I wish to express my condolences to you in your recent tragedy. Please take comfort in the scriptures which promise, "Your dead ones will live. The earth itself will let even those impotent in death drop in birth."

My prayers continue with all of you.
(Isaiah 26:19).
November 24, 2009
Dear Caraveo Family,
My son and I were patients of your husband. I still have trouble believing that he is gone. I can't imagine the pain you must be going through. Dr. Caraveo was one of the most wonderfull human beings I have ever met. He was caring and non-judgemental. He believed in the goodness that is supposed to be in everyone. My heart is broken. I will always remember him.
November 23, 2009
I would like to express my thought and love to the Caraveo family,For the great lost. Dr Caraveo was not only a great man but also a great mentor for me after working for him at FCI Safford
Dr Caraveo led me into the right path after I found my self coming out of FCI Safford, he will greatly be miss. Our prayers go out to the Caraveo Family....
November 23, 2009
Familia Caraveo,
Dr. Caraveo was a friend and my supervisor at FCI Safford for 6 years. My heartfelt sympathies and prayers are with all of you. Familia meant alot to Eduardo, my memories of how much he loved and cared for all his familia are many. He created an office atmosphere of laughter, hard work, food, and our office was always filled with his singing! Dios Mio we will miss him!
November 23, 2009
Dear Caraveo Family:
Was so saddened to hear about Eduardo.
I knew Eduardo while working for Tucson Unified School District in Tucson. I used to type for him at the school district and also during a few summers at his private practice.
He was a wonderful,fun and happy guy. He will be greatly missed by many.
November 21, 2009
Tears came to my eyes after viewing the slideshow. I cannot imagine the pain your family is suffering. May the wonderful memories of you and your lovely smile ease that pain. God bless you Mr. Caraveo and thank you.
Sincere sympathy...
November 21, 2009
To The Caraveo Family,

It is with great sorrow, for Your loss, that I write this note. From reading the other notes He was a great man. May your wonderful memories of him help you through this time of sorrow.
November 20, 2009
To Mrs. Caraveo and Family,

I decided to view the slideshow before writing my note of sympathy. It gives us a glimpse into the beautiful life that has left us. Mrs. Caraveo, please know a nation grieves with you in the loss of your husband. We are grateful for his service to our country.
November 20, 2009
To the family:

I work for the Federal Bureau of Prison in Washington, DC and I met Eduardo for the first time approximately 10 months ago after one of his training sessions. He was such a positive upbeat guy. He told the story of how he grew up and it really hit home with me. He also told the funny story of how his wife was the dancer in the family and he just followed her footsteps. Everytime I would see him or speak to him at work, he would always say "life is good". Stay strong family. Everything will get a little easier as time passes by.
November 19, 2009
Eddie sorry we did not get to keep that BBQ when you returned from your training at Fort Hood. Hope to see you on my next long walk, just like we used to do in Cuba. God bless my brother from another mother we will miss you.
Angela so sorry for your loss, I know these words will not fill the void, however thanks for loaning Eddie to us for the year in Cuba. God Bless Jake and Family
November 19, 2009
Hi Eddie sorry we did not get to that BBQ upon your return from FT Hood. See you on one of my long walks God bless my brother from another mother. Thanks for crossing my path thru this life.
Angela sorry for your loss this will not fill your void. However, thanks for loaning Eddie to us while at Gitmo. Wish we could have had more visits to Vegas with you guys to add to our memories, as that was a wonderful time.
God bless Jake and Family
November 19, 2009
I was so very saddened when I heard the news. The Lord has called back one of his Angels!!! Eduardo has touched so many lives, and will be truly missed. May your memories of joy and laughter shared carry you and your family through.......Christina
November 18, 2009
I am so sorry to the family for this loss. I'd like to share a verse from the Bible and hope it brings you comfort. Isaiah 57:15; "For this is what the High and Lofty One, who is residing forever and whose name is holy, has said: 'In the height and in the holy place is where I reside, also with the one crushed and lowly in spirit, to revive the spirit of the lowly ones and to revive the heart of the ones being crushed.'"
November 18, 2009
It was an honored to have met you Eduardo back in August at Los Alamitos. We spoke with one another like long time friends. I am so glad you came up to speak with me after the SRP. I am deeply sadden that you were taken from all of us so soon. My prayers are with you and your entire family and friends.
November 17, 2009
Angela and family,
Eduardo spent one morning with our MOMs group from St Francis and left a lasting impression. The "rock, pebble and sand" example is one I will always remember. Eduardo had such great perspective and his love of family, faith and life in general was very evident. My prayers go out to you at this time of great sadness.
November 17, 2009
We grieve with you at this terrible loss. Although we only knew each other for a couple of days at Family Readiness, we felt a bond of friendship with you and Eduardo. Whitney and I were deeply saddened when we heard the news. May God give you peace in the days to come and know that we love and care for you. Love, Major Mike, Amy and Whitney Brand
November 17, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
November 17, 2009
I am proud to call you my friend. You were inspirational and helped me through the tough times. When stress was at an all time high you always found some humor and were able to smile. I thank you for being there for me and so many others.

You are missed in this world already, but you will never be forgotten.
November 17, 2009
Estimados Gabi Y Eduardo,

Mis pensamientos y horaciones estan con ustedes y su familia. Porfavor esten seguros que la Biblia nos da esperanza y consuelo en tiempos duros. La Biblia nos da esta promesa: "Tus muertos viviran... Se levantaran." Y tambien dice: "Los justos mismos poseeran la tierra, y residiran para siempre sobre ella."-Isaias 26:19; Salmos 37:29. Los envito que habran la Biblia y que aprendan de todas las promesas que Jehova nos a dado.
November 17, 2009
Angela, Tiffany, Megan, and JP - Our sympathy goes out to each of you. Eduardo's impact on all of our lives was HUGE. His smile, his laugh, his crazy sense of humor, his slurping of coffee (medium from McDonald's every day, $1.62, best coffee around!!) and the songs are missed so much each day in the van pool. He never failed to make us laugh, no matter how corny the joke or statement! We still laughed.

Eduardo never allowed silence in the van. If we were trying to be quiet, he would poke whoever was next to him and make sure everything was alright, or he would break out in a song (Barney's I Love You, was an all time favorite!). Quiet rides were not an option, unless he wanted to sleep!

We know he is watching over us as we travel to and from work every day and we appreciate it! He is missed so much.

We hope the shared memories will comfort you and provide you the understanding that Eduardo was truly one of a kind. Hopefully you will also come to understand how may lives he impacted on a daily basis. Thank you for sharing him with us.

You are in our prayers.
November 16, 2009
Gabi lo sentimo mucho quiero que sepas que diosito nunca nos nos abondona quiero que sepas estamos contigo toda la familia te queremo mucho dios te bendiga a ti y alos ninos
November 16, 2009
I APPRECIATE WHAT YOU DID.
1. JOINING THE MILITARY
2. FIGHTING FOR OUR LIVES AND
3. AND PROTECTING OUR COUNTRY
I COULD NEVER BE THAT BRAVE TO DO THAT.
BUT YOU MIGHT WELL SAY I WILL HAVE TO.
SEEMD LIKE WHERE GOING TO HAVE TO FIGHT EVEN IN OUR OWN COUNTRY.
HER AND HER FAMILY IS IN OUR PRAYERS INCLUDING EVERYONES WHOS STILL OVERSEAS AND THOSE WHO WERE STRUCK AT FORT HOOD.
THANK YU AND GOD BLESS
November 16, 2009
We are an Army family too. My son is at Ft. Huachuca. His fiancée's mom is there at Ft. Hood. We are sorry for your tragic loss and pray for your family, and the others lost in this senseless act.
November 16, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of need.Although I am a complete stranger but You are a hero and will be missed greatly.Thanks for fighting for our country.
November 16, 2009
My family and I continue to pray for Maj. Eduardo Caraveos family.
November 16, 2009








November 16, 2009


Lt. General Robert Cone
1001 761st Tank Battalion Ave.
Bldg. 1001, Room W105
Fort Hood, TX 76544-5005



Dear Lt. General Cone,

On behalf of the members of the American Psychological Association we want to express our great sadness at the loss of Dr. Eduardo Caraveo. Dr. Caraveo’s tragic passing is not only a loss to you and your fellow soldiers, but is one that is felt throughout his extended family of psychologist colleagues across the nation. He was a dedicated, caring person and distinguished professional who gave of himself to his country and his fellow man through his exemplary work in the federal prison system and the military. Please accept our condolences and deepest sympathy.


Sincerely,




James H. Bray, Ph.D. Norman B. Anderson, Ph.D.
APA President Chief Executive Officer
November 15, 2009
From my family to yours, my deepest sympathies. To Maj. Eduardo Caraveo, rest in peace. El Paso has lost a true hero. Let us honor him.
November 15, 2009
Nuestro más sincero y más sentido del corazón está con toda su familia.
Dave y yo te llevamos en nuestro Corazon y pesamiento Dios Lo Bendiga
November 15, 2009
Our sincerest and most heart-felt conolences are with your entire family
Dave y yo te llevamos en nuestro Corazon y pesamiento Dios te Bendiga
November 15, 2009
Our deepest sympathies to the family of Maj. Cavareo. He was a true American hero! Thank you for the years of service that he gave to our nation.

May God grant you peace in the days to come. May the fond memories you hold in your hearts forever give you comfort.
November 15, 2009
To my brother from a different mother, rest in peace and your memories will live on in all of us.
November 15, 2009
Our sincerest and most heart-felt conolences are with your entire family. May the prayers we offer for his eternal rest give you strength and may the Lord grant you peace in your time of need and always. Please know I will add his name to the list of souls I pray for daily.
November 14, 2009
Were thinking of you at this time and wishing you comfort and peace.
November 14, 2009
My condolences to everyone.
He shared my wedding day with me and I will never forget that and always remember his positive attitude and his willingness to help me when I needed it. I am so sorry you are gone but I know you are in a better place...thanks for being so good to me and B. I know he will miss you dearly.
November 14, 2009
My deepest sympathy goes out to Major Caraveo family and friends. One can not know how one feels when a family looses someone so special to them.
May God bless you and your family for days to come while dealing with this tragic and senseless death.

Sincerely a United States Army Veteran and an employee of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. (Los Angeles) Gods Speed.
November 14, 2009
My condolences for the family.

Thank you for the laughs and talks that we shared.

I will miss you.
November 14, 2009
November 14, 2009
To The Family Of EDUARDO CARAVEO:

The members and Staff at Behold The Lamb Ministries would like to take this moment to send our prayers to you and ask that The Great God of this Universe will carry you through this storm. We were saddened to learn of the incidents that occurred at Fort Hood.

We want you to know that "since Jesus came to dwell with us, we know that God is acquainted with our trials, and sympathizes with our griefs. Every son and daughter of Adam may understand that our Creator is the friend of sinners. For in every doctrine of grace, every promise of joy, every deed of love, every divine attraction presented in the Saviour's life on earth, we see "God with us." "[DOA, by EGW] We know that sorrow and pain and are all in the "present tense". We pray that the person responsible will ask for forgiveness we pray that we as humans will forgive the person responsible. "The work of redemption will be complete. In the place where sin abounded, God's grace much more abounds. The earth itself, the very field that Satan claims as his, is to be not only ransomed but exalted. Our little world, under the curse of sin the one dark blot in His glorious creation, will be honored above all other worlds in the universe of God. Here, where the Son of God tabernacled in humanity; where the King of glory lived and suffered and died,--here, when He shall make all things new, the tabernacle of God shall be with men, "and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people, and God Himself shall be with them, and be their God." And through endless ages as the redeemed walk in the light of the Lord, they will praise Him for His unspeakable Gift,---"[DOA,by EGW]

As we approach the holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas we know that your pain may be greater due to your Loved One's absence. We will be praying with and crying in our hearts. We welcome any prayer request that you may have not only today but in the coming weeks, months and years. We will listen, we will cry with you and we will present all petition before the throne of Christ.

WE LOVE YOU IN CHRIST.

BEHOLD THE LAMB MINISTRIES - 2313 NORTH PARK - HERRIN, ILLINOIS 62948 - 618-942-5044.
November 14, 2009
Be Still

Be still like the grass on a melancholy summer day
Be still like desert shrub.

Be calm and you will hear your loved one speak, in the stillness, in the calm, their love resounds.

If you are still this promise I make, you will hear the voice of your loved one helping you along your way.
November 14, 2009
My condolonces for Maj. Caraveos family.May you find comfort knowing he touched so many lives in a very special way.May he rest in peace and have "Eternal Life".
November 14, 2009
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
November 14, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
November 14, 2009
Librado, I remember the last time I saw you at a high school reunion. I was so proud of your achievements. My nephew was considering psychology as a career so I immediately told him about you and how I wanted you to serve as a role model for him. Thanks for the many times you brought a smile to my face and for always making me feel special. You will always be in my heart. Till our next reunion....
November 13, 2009
To the Family of Dr. Caraveo:

Ed's loss will be felt around the world. He was a vibrant and brilliant man who always took the time to ask "How are you doing?" and he meant it. He was very much a leader in a world where there are few. Semper Fi Ed.....
November 13, 2009
I knew Eduardo since he started his Bureau of Prisons career in 1991 in Tucson. I will never forget his laughter, and the joy he brought to people around him. My heartfelt condolences to the family.
November 13, 2009
Caraveo & Zuniga Family
We are sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families

Monica(Huerta), James & Girls, & Apodaca Family
November 13, 2009
May God give you strength. May he give you guidance and peace as you morn the loss 0f your loved one, the Kroski's in Chandler Az
November 13, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be missed by all.
November 13, 2009
Thank you for sending your loved one to protect my freedom, and that of my friends and family. I know that this time must be the hardest thing to have to deal with, and for that I am so sorry. His memory will stay alive in your hearts forever. God Bless
November 13, 2009
May God continue to bless you and your family as you go through this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
November 13, 2009
By all accounts, your husband was a great man, who loved and served tirelessly. Though he has passed, his legacy continues to inspire: What a great example! I hope that you will be comforted and your grief will be tolerable.
November 13, 2009
Our thoughts and prayers are extended and we will never forget.
November 13, 2009
Angela,

We are are so sorry for your loss. Continue to seek comfort from the Lord and he will guide you and your family through this. Believe me, I know because I loss my father suddenly last year and the Lord has truly taken care of me.
November 13, 2009
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.
November 13, 2009
Angela,

Some of my fondest memories from Victorville include your husband...his stories...his behavior. May your heart be filled with wonderful memories and joyous times as well. He will truly be missed.
November 13, 2009
He was my supervisor at USP Victorville, and Chief Psychologist of the Victorville Complex. He was a hard worker and a great leader!
November 13, 2009
I was stunned the other day when my wife called to tell me that Eduardo's name was among the fallen. He was a good friend when we were at Texas Tech. We played softball together, and soccer against each other. I have a lot of good memories of time spent with him, Rosaura, and Lalito--who is older now than we were then. Eduardo introduced me to his family in El Paso, and showed me where he grew up in Juarez. Like others, I too remember his eyes and his smile; he seemed to fully enjoy the moment he was in. Our hearts go out to his family. His optimistic spirit will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to call him friend.
November 13, 2009
Angela,

We all feel your pain, but only God really knows the depth of your sorrows. We look forward to the day when all pain and suffering will end and we are united together in eternal life, and we will see Eduardo again. In the meantime, we are here for you. God Bless ~
Pastor David & Terri Young
Living Waters Church
November 13, 2009
Angela,

Be encouraged! Trust in God and know that things will get better.
November 13, 2009
Angela,

You and your family have been in our prayers daily. May the Lord keep you comforted in this difficult time. God Bless you. Eduardo was a true American Hero.
November 13, 2009
Angela,
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I am sorry for you loss.
Dara Martin
November 13, 2009
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
November 12, 2009
Angela,
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. I pray for your strength and understanding. Your CTI Family
November 12, 2009
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
November 12, 2009
Angela,

Words can not begin to express how deeply sorry I am about the loss of your husband. I pray for you and your family everyday and I hope that you will find peace and comfort in knowing that others stand with you during this difficult time. There is nothing greater or stronger than God so continue to trust in him and he will reveal sunlight through the darkness. Peace and Blessings to you, your children and family. Your CTI Family
November 12, 2009
Many Blessing to you all. My close friend Lt Col Bob Solley was in the same unit, I am so sorry for this, Sincerly Rosemary Martino
November 12, 2009
RIP

~Farler Family
November 12, 2009
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Thankyou for serving our country. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
November 12, 2009
Eduardo was a good friend that I met through the BOP. We met early in his career and stayed friends via the internet and telephone. I will sadly miss his smile and friendship. He always had something good to say about someone. I pray the Lord is with you during your time of sorrow and He wraps His loving arms around your family.

In His Grip, Martin Sinicki
November 12, 2009
My prayers and condolences are being sent to the family of Maj. Caraveo. May God Bless You.
November 12, 2009
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you. we were so sorry to hear of your loss. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help at this time.
November 12, 2009
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you. we were so sorry to hear of your loss. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help at this time.
November 12, 2009
I am so sorry for your lost, my prayers are with you and your family. We in this Nation are family, we are one Nation under God.
Be strong, we are praying for you, weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning.

May God bless and keep you.
November 12, 2009
Mrs. Caraveo: You don't know me but from what I know of your husband he was a great man. I am so sorry for your loss. Please take care of yourself and your family.

Barbara Maes
November 12, 2009
I am so sorry for your loss. Words can not express the sadness felt. I hope you and your family find peace and strength in your love for one another and in your higher power. Please know that your husband, father, son, brother, uncle, friend, touched many lives and will be missed. BOP staff member.
November 12, 2009
Angela, My prayers are with you and your family. We thank you for your husbands service to this country. I am very sorry for your loss.

Rita Barnett, Woodbridge, VA
CTI Real Estate
November 12, 2009
Good bye, my friend! I love you and I will miss you.
November 12, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
November 12, 2009
I had the privilege to be invited into the Rivera-Caraveo home as a friend. I join the countless friends and colleagues who mourn Eduardo's loss. I will continue to for strength and comfort for everyone affected by this tragedy.
November 12, 2009
May God bless you and your family. Thank you for your service. You are true hero.
November 12, 2009
My sincerest condolences to the Caraveo family. I met Eduardo when I was at FCI Safford. He was always so happy. He will be missed by all. Thank you for your service and dedication, may you rest in peace.
November 12, 2009
I worked closely with Maj. Caraveo in the Bureau of Prisons in providing Diversity Management training to staff. We'd known each other for years, and treated each other like brothers. He was always a source of joy and inspiration in my life, and would always give so much of himself in making sure everyone was all right, and taken care of.

Maj. Caraveo was very active in the Catholic Church, a patriotic man, and always said he needed to pay back to our country for everything he had received. He said the greatest blessing in our lives are our families, and always talked about his family, his love for his children and was always bringing joy to all those around him.

I will pray for his wife, his children and mourn the loss of a friend and brother.

I will miss you "mi hermano."
November 12, 2009
I extend my most sincere sympathy. Perhaps it will help to lessen the sorrow of your loss to realize that so many of Dr. Caraveo's friends and co-workers share your grief.
November 12, 2009
I am the former commander of the 467th MED DET to which Maj. Caraveo was assigned. The thoughts and prayers of all former members and retirees of the unit are with the Caraveo family. We are unable to attend his memorial service due to distance but I want you to know that he and you are in our prayers. Maj. Caraveo's service exemplifies his commitment to this country and his family.

Keith Lang, LTC (RET)
November 12, 2009
I knew Eduardo in 1999 when I was living in Altoona, Pennsylvania and he was the chief psychologist at Loretta Prison. He was a very dedicated professional and an inspiration to me, as I was enrolled in graduate school for school counseling. He was an extremely intelligent and fascinating human being. He never forgot his roots as he often shared them with others. Yet, he continued to push forward and grow as an individual so he could continue to reach out and help others in his profession. This is a great loss to our country and the world. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and may he rest in peace and his legacy live on.
November 12, 2009
My the Lord be with the Caraveo family. Dr. Caraveo was an inspirational speaker at the Bureau of Prisons Annual Refresher Training, when he spoke about Diversity. That is where I first met him. His message was always so profound!! Thanks for your service MAJ Caraveo, I salute you! All the Way Sir! MSG(retired) Dominguez-Mays
November 12, 2009
Eduardo Caraveo was a great friend. He was easy to talk to and share things with. In August 2009, he and I were roommates at Camp Parks, CA and he was my Battle Buddy. We became very close and I looked forward to deploying with him. Unfortunately, my orders were cancelled just three days prior to deployment. I should have been there at Fort Hood, but it was not to be. My thoughts and prayers are with his beautiful young wife and family. I know how much he loved them. Eduardo will always be an inspiration to me and I will miss him greatly.
November 12, 2009
Que el Señor te proteja y te ayude a encontrar la paz espiritual. Oramos para que tu familia encuentre la paz en momentos dificiles como estos. No hay nada que podamos decir para eliminar el dolor pero podemos unirnos para compartirlo y hacerlo menos pesado para una sola persona.

Que Dios te bendiga hoy y por siempre.
November 12, 2009
My sincerest condolences to the Caraveo family. I met Eduardo through my husband who worked with him at FCI Loretto, PA. He was always so happy, upbeat and funny whenever we all got together! He loved his family and talked lovingly and proudly about his children! He was a good friend and confidant to my husband during their time at Loretto. He was such a pleasure to be around and was so positive. He will be sorely missed by all. I will continue to lift the Caraveo family up in prayer. Thank you for your service and your sacrifice Eduardo, may you rest in peace. Godspeed, until we meet again.
November 11, 2009
To the Family of Maj. Eduardo Caraveo,
May you feel the presence of God during this difficult time of sorrow.

Juan D. Hernandez, Bowie Class of 1975
November 11, 2009
Muchachos,
Siento mucho lo sucedido. Espero y Dios los ayude a superar esta tragedia. Acepten mis condolencias. Los angeles los bendigan y protejan.
November 11, 2009
I had the honor of knowing Dr. Caraveo for almost a year. I was a patient of his and at my last appointment, discovered that he would be leaving for duty in Afghanistan the following week. As the wife of a Marine infantryman, I am well versed in the sacrifices and risks of our military service members and their families. I asked Dr. Caraveo how he felt about being recalled and he seemed eager to help his fellow soldiers cope with the stresses of war. From all that I have read in the past few days, this was a mission that Dr. Caraveo held dear, to help others find their way and lead more rewarding and enriched lives.

I came to Dr. Caraveo seeking help because I was having difficulties allowing myself to connect emotionally to my pregnancy after having a miscarriage early last year. Dr. Caraveo helped me work through my grief and emotions so that I was able to begin that bond with my son. I have only to look into my son’s face and be reminded of the hope, caring and genuine inspiration that Dr. Caraveo brought into my life. He was a wonderful person, full of compassion and light. He was more than a doctor to me - he was a friend. I will miss Dr. Caraveo and wish to express my most sincere condolences to his family and friends and to all those countless others affected by this tragedy.
November 11, 2009
I had the honor of knowing Dr. Caraveo for almost a year. I was a patient of his and at my last appointment, discovered that he would be leaving for duty in Afghanistan the following week. As the wife of a Marine infantryman, I am well versed in the sacrifices and risks of our military service members and their families. I asked Dr. Caraveo how he felt about being recalled and he seemed eager to help his fellow soldiers cope with the trauma and stress. From all that I have read in the past few days, this was a mission that Dr. Caraveo held dear, to help others find their way and lead more rewarding and enriched lives.

I came to Dr. Caraveo seeking help because I was having difficulties allowing myself to connect emotionally to my pregnancy after having a miscarriage early last year. Dr. Caraveo helped me work through my grief and emotions so that I was able to begin that bond with my son. I have only to look into my son’s face and be reminded of the hope, caring and genuine inspiration that Dr. Caraveo brought into my life. He was a wonderful person, full of compassion and light. He was more than a doctor to me - he was a friend. I will miss Dr. Caraveo and wish to express my most sincere condolences to his family and friends and to all those countless others affected by this tragedy.
November 11, 2009
Forty years ago, I mourned the death of my brother, a 23 year old officer in the Army Corp of Engineers, who was killed in action in Vietnam. Yesterday, as I watched the memorial service for the casualties at Ft. Hood, I mourned the loss of my former coworker and friend, Dr. (Major) Eduardo Caraveo. As I watched the news of the tragedy at Ft. Hood unfold, never in a million years would I have believed I would have known anyone on the base, let alone one of the casualties. So, I was shocked when another former coworker called and said, “have you heard anything about Eduardo.” She then gave me the awful news. For the next couple of days, I could not get Eduardo out of my mind. I just kept thinking what a terrible loss it was for his family, friends and country.

I remember Eduardo as an extremely intelligent, professional, generous, and understanding man. Despite his many duties as Chief Psychologist at FCI, Loretto in PA, he always found time to talk, and to make me laugh. In fact, the first time I met him, he had me in stitches. He had reported to duty a day or two later than scheduled, and he proceeded to tell me about how his signature black Mercedes had caught fire on a Texas highway on the way to PA. He was very animated when he described the scene. He said he looked like a matador as he tried to put out the flames coming from his engine with an overcoat he had packed in his car.

As Dr. Neal Walker previously stated, Eduardo was an humble man. When he was searching for a home, he asked my about any Spanish style homes with tile roofs in the area. I told him I didn’t think he would find such a house in the Altoona, PA area. He later invited me to his lovely two story colonial with white carpet throughout. He wore designer clothing and seemed to prefer black dress shirts which he often accessorized with cartoon ties. He never took himself too seriously. But, serious he was when the time and situation called for it. He was the ultimate professional.

While the deaths of my brother and Eduardo are similar in that they were both killed while serving a country they loved., they were vastly different in that my brother was killed by a hostile enemy; Eduardo was killed by a fellow soldier who had taken oaths to service and protect his country and to “do no harm.” How do his family and close friends come to terms with such a senseless loss. I hope they can take some solace in the fact that many mourn their loss with them, and will remember him as a man of great worth and highest honor.

May God keep Eduardo’s family in the palm of his hand and give them the strength to hold the good memories close to their hearts.

BOP Retiree
November 11, 2009
We share your sorrow, and hope it will comfort you to know that many hearts reach out to you in sympathy and love.

May the soul of Eduardo Caraveo, through the mercy of God, continue his journey to a new life in the presence of God in the heavenly kingdom.
November 11, 2009
We had some great times together in PA. Since we were both new department heads, we kind of bonded. Eduardo's office was right next to mine and he always had joke to tell me or something uplifting to say. I know Eduardo worked hard to help our inmates with their problems and any EAP issues with staff. I've seen him a few times over the years and he always had a positive attitude. My condolences go out to his family.
November 11, 2009
I am so upset to hear of Dr. Caraveo's passing. He was such a nice person and I know he will be missed by so many people. I pray for the healing of all his family and friends as well as justice in this senseless crime.
November 11, 2009
Dr Caraveo was a great teacher, I will miss his smile and sense of humor.

Niki Kikani, Virginia
November 11, 2009
Always a smile, a laugh, a joke, and willing to offer counsel or advice, Eduardo, such a great American. We needed you so. May your soul be blessed and beloved for all you gave. With prayers and grief, we say farewell. Thank you for your service to our country.
November 11, 2009
November 11, 2009
My condolence to the family of Eduardo Caraveo. Dr. Caraveo volunteered in my science classroom at Wakefield Middle School, Tucson Arizona. May the Lord comfort you during this time of mourning.
November 10, 2009
For the Family & friends of Maj Caraveo, May God help you with the pain and suffering of your lost one. I myself is a Caraveo but Im more than likely sure we are related somehow. My father Jose Socorro Caraveo passed away 5 years ago and it is very hard to loose someone so special. Im so concerned that we may be related, I live in El Paso, TX and please if anyone can contact me with any info please do so. Karina Caraveo Gudina 915-472-3049
November 10, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
November 10, 2009
Maj. Caraveo, we all will miss you. I will remember training we had together in Georgia and I think it was Wisconsin. Your witty sense of humor and inspiring personal story will be with me and many others forever. I only hope your family can find peace in all this sorrow. Your friend always!
November 10, 2009
My deepest sympathy to his family, wife, children, brothers and sisters. May you find comfort in knowing that he will forever be remembered by those who knew him and those whose lives he touched. I will miss him but will always have his passion for life, his desire to succeed and his sense of humor to remember. Con mucho sentimiento de todo corazón.
November 10, 2009
On hearing about the tragedy at Ft Hood I was taken back. Never did I imagine I would know anyone who had been killed there. When a friend from Tucson called to notify me that Eduardo had been one of the victims I was stunned. Almost immediately, his twinkling eyes "de travieso" and his mischivious smile flashed before me and since then I have been flooded with memories of the times we worked together in Tucson. For Eduardo was not only a coleague, but a good friend, whose acts of kindness and words of encouragement were endearing to me during a difficult time in my life. His antics at times were outrageous and often time we found ourselves saying "Ahi Eduardo no te awantas!" He never ceased to amaze me with his boundless child-like energy and his deep desire to achieve and make something of his life. Even though we parted ways many years ago,knowing that he is no longer with us will bring saddens and I will miss him. My condolences to his family and children and may his memory live on in all those who loved him and whose life he touched. Que Diosito te bendiga Eduardo.
November 10, 2009
I was deeply saddened to hear the grim news of my good friend and colleague's tragic death. Lalo, always made me laugh and smile. He will be deeply missed by all his Bureau of Prison's family as well as all who knew him. May God rest his soul and bless his family. Rest in Peace my brother.
November 10, 2009
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Follow The Rainbow To Heaven.
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A Soldier had die out on the
battlefield;

Broken hearts are weeping For
Them,

But take comfort of knowing
that God had sent Them a
rainbow from heaven;

The Souls of the Soldiers
have gone to there home
in heaven,

Our Loved One's has follow
God's lovely rainbow in the
sky;

All the way to the end of the
sky.

That leads all the way to the
other end of the Lord's
house in heaven,

So just keep on praying and
trust that God will send us
that same rainbow in the sky;

Where Our Loved One's are
waiting For You and For Me at
the end of the rainbow in
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November 10, 2009
Chavela, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are deeply sadden by your loss.
November 10, 2009
I am sorry for your loss and for the loss of all who died last week
November 10, 2009
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Caraveo family.
November 10, 2009
We are so sorry for your loss. Please let us know if you help with anything.
Tress and Chris Billy
November 10, 2009
It was an honor the know and work with such a joyful man! Rest in peace my friend!
November 10, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with the family of this great "Oso de la Bowie" who was serving our country and protecting our freedom.
November 10, 2009
Recently thoughts crossed my mind about my first wrestling coach at El Paso High School in 1980. I didn't realize he was a casualty until this past Sunday, Nov. 8th. I never really new his first name, He was always Coach Eddie Caraveo to me. He was a big part of who I am. When I discovered wrestling under Coach Caraveo I discovered all my potential. Today, I continue to coach youth in the sport of wrestling and will continue to teach what my coach once taught me. That obstacles are just that. My condolences and prayers go to all the service men and women at Ft Hood. Especially to that of the Caraveo Family. Major L.E. Caravae is truly a good man!
November 10, 2009
Eddie,

Enjoyed working with you the last 2.5 years in D.C. Thanks for giving a new meaning to 'rise and shine'. Only you could have that much energy at such an early hour of the day, so consistently.

I will think of you when I consider not having a second cup of coffee, as you put it "if your man enough." But a question to you, did you ever slip decaf in the coffee pot on us without telling? Some days it seemed a little weak =)

You randomly dropped into pushup position and would push out as many as you could do to stay in shape for your PT tests.

"YES SIR!"

You signed your name too large, then signed your name too small.

You frequently told us about frontal cortex development and the decision making of teenagers.

"Si, Si, Si, Si..."

I will (hopefully) "continue experiencing the wonderful experiences of being the person who I am because I am that person."

- Thanks for making an impact on my life, and on the lives of other.
November 10, 2009
To the Family of Major Eduardo Caraveo,

As a U. S. Navy veteran, native El Pasoan, and current Bureau of Prisons employee, please accept my condolences for the loss of this great man. My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. Take solace in knowing that Eduardo made many contributions and sacrifices for his family and our great nation. God bless Major Caraveo!

Bob Flores
Federal Bureau of Prisons
November 10, 2009
Our most sincere condolesence to the entire Caraveo family. He and I were classmates at Bowie High. My friends Felix, Nacho and I remember him well and want to express our thoughts and prayers to the family in their time of grief.
November 10, 2009
We are sharing the grief with you as a family and a nation.Our prayers are with you,may the God of peace comfort you.pastor Max&Sherry Jackson
November 10, 2009
We are sending our thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Eduardo Caraveo. May God help you all through this pain. Many tears were shed that day.
November 10, 2009
Mr. Caraveo, thank you for serving our country. To your family, we are so sorry for the loss of this hero. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
November 10, 2009
Maj. Caraveo,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.
November 10, 2009
Mr Caraveo, Thank you for serving our country. You were my cousins uncle. Rest in Peace. *Hand Salute* God Bless you.
November 10, 2009
So very sorry for your sudden & tragic loss. God bless you all.
November 10, 2009
Dr Caraveo was a very genuine and intelligent family man. It was an honor to work with him.
November 09, 2009
I am so deeply saddened by the loss of Eduardo. My prayers and sympathy go out to all his family, wife, children, brothers and sisters. I do not have words to comfort, but know the Lord is with you at this time. We will always have Eduardo's strength, character and humor to remember. Con mucho sentimiento de todo corazon.
November 09, 2009

We send our deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Major Caraveo. Please know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of all Americans. May God be with you.

With Respect and Sympathy,
The West Family
November 09, 2009
My condolences to the family and friends of this kind man who had to go all to soon. I hope he finds his place in heaven.
November 09, 2009
God Speed Eduardo... Your service to your country and in the Federal Bureau of Prisons will never be forgotten... From a fellow BOP employee and Servicemember,
November 09, 2009
You were always there to lend an ear when things got rough. You were one someone could count on in hard times. Your memory will live forever in our hearts. To your family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
November 09, 2009
Dr. Eduardo Caraveo was a best friend to me. As much as I grieve his death and am still devastated by the senseless act, I know that Eduardo really was committed to serving his country. When he approached me back in late 1996, early 1997, about joining the Army Reserve, I told him, "go for it." We had spent weeks and months (when I was stationed in Loretto, Pennsylvania) talking about the Army Reserves, and being a prior service soldier, myself, I knew how to guide him through this process. At the time (and at present), I was a Commissioned Corps Officer in the United States Public Health Service Corps. Those of us who knew Eduardo knew that he was prepared to face any challenge ... and before too long, he was a Reservist, to my surprise and delight. Having encouraged him to join the Reserves, I was so PROUD to see him receive his commission and his CPT bars. Later, he visited my home in Maryland where I am stationed, spent two days with my family and me, attended church with us, spoke at our church, laughed, joked around, and returned home after his short trip to DC (he even forgot a designer shirt at our home!!). In time, he was promoted to major (0-4) and I was able to call him up and congratulate him. As much as he was eminently qualified with many degrees and certified as a prescribing psychologist in new Mexico, “doc” was a cool guide who loved life fully. When he was my boss at the Federal prison in Loretto, PA, he would come and get me to go run, work out, or eat out. I was not always up to it but he was!!

Although he was first my boss at the Federal prison in Loretto, Pennsylvania, he became one of my best friends (I have about three or four best friends) in the world. He bought many lunches for me and I did the same. I joked back in those days about his cool black Mercedes Benz, how elegant it was - but material things, his lovely home, etc., did not puff him up at all. I met his dear wife (Angela) after he had moved to the DC area. He talked non-stopped about his children and his son Eduardo, in particular. I am aggrieved at his sudden senseless death. Once all arrangements are made, I plan to attend any memorial in the DC area in his honor. I truly want to attend the funeral too. I am going to miss you “bro.” I am going to miss you.

I was stricken when the Bureau of Prisons called me to let me know he was one of the soldiers killed. Rest in peace. The deep faith by which you lived will sustain those of us left behind.

We will miss you, doc, we will.

Neal Walker, PhD
CAPT, USPHS
Clinical Psychologist
November 09, 2009
It has been an honor. . .
November 09, 2009
Thank you Mr. Caraveo for your service to our country. My condolences go out to his family. God bless you and give you comfort as you go through this loss.
November 09, 2009
I want to express my deepest sorrow to the family of Eduardo. I attended graduate school at Texas Tech with Eduardo, and we played softball together. I remember his wife and little boy running around at the games. Eduardo always had a quick laugh in the dugout and in the classroom. Later, in Tucson when he was at the U of A, I saw Eduardo with a new baby boy while I did my internship at the VA hospital. Finally, I spoke to Eduardo by phone a few times several years ago about psychopharmacology and his training in New Mexico. He was very excited about using this expertise in addition to psychotherapy with his patients. He was truly a psychologist who dedicated his life to a service for others.
November 09, 2009
I used to work with Eduardo and considered him a friend, I extend my sympathy to his family and pray he is resting in peace.
November 09, 2009
As a native El Pasoan, this just breaks my heart.

My deepest sympathy to Major Caraveo's family. May God give you peace and strength.
November 09, 2009
Major Eduardo Caraveo, you are a true hero. God bless you, God bless your family and God bless America. Thank you for the ultimate sacrifice. Rest in eternal peace.
November 09, 2009
Thank you for your service. Our condolences to the family.
November 09, 2009
TO THE FAMILY OF EDUARDO, I DIDNT KNOW EDUARDO, BUT MY HEART AN PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY.
November 09, 2009
I just learned of Eduardo's death this morning. I have known him for years as a fellow BOP psychologist. I am at such a loss for words and my heart is full of sorrow and sadness. I will remember him as joyful, smiling and full of humor. He always made me laugh. This it truly a senseless tragedy. My heartfelt condolences to his wife, children, family and friends. I am grieving with you.
November 09, 2009
To The Family of Maj. Caraveo
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
From one of his classmates.
November 09, 2009
To the Family and Friends of Eduardo,

I lost my father three years ago. Even though it wasn't sudden, we weren't prepared for the loss. During the week, or so, that I spent at home for his funeral, I realized a couple of things. The first thing that I realized is how many lives my dad had touched and then I realized that the more people that shared my pain somehow lessen my burden. Many people came up to me to tell me how they had been impacted by my Dad, and to share stories that, for them, typified my father. I loved hearing them and still do, and somehow they make his passing more bearable.

So, in this vein, I would like to share with you my memories of your father, son, brother, husband, uncle, teacher, friend... I didn't know Eduardo, but I admired him very much. I came in contact with him through what the Bureau of Prisons calls Annual Refresher Training (ART). ART is a painful process that we go through every year where we have to listen to mandatory and repetitious topics delivered by less than interesting speakers. But a couple of years ago Eduardo started doing a segment in ART for Cultural Diversity, which can be one of the more painful topics. Eduardo made diversity personal to everyone that would listen by sharing stories from his childhood about spending the night at a friends house, or by creating analogies about stones in a jar that still leave room for sand. He shared these lessons with enthusiasm and energy that was genuine and couldn't be faked. When I listened to Eduardo, I could tell cultural diversity was something he believed in and knew had value, not just to a workforce, but to everyone in everyday life... seeing the value in others! I looked forward to his segment of ART and I know many others did, as well. He will be missed by many people for many reasons!

I just wanted you to know that your father, brother, son, husband, uncle, teacher, friend... touched many more lives than you probably realize. And I hope you find comfort as I have.

Via Con Dios Eduardo!
November 09, 2009
To the Family and Friends of Eduardo,

I lost my father three years ago. Even though it wasn't sudden, we weren't prepared for the loss. During the week, or so, that I spent at home for his funeral, I realized a couple of things. The first thing I realized is how many lives my dad had touched and then I realized that the more people that I found that shared my pain somehow lessen my burden. So, many people came up to me to tell me how they had been impacted by my dad, and to share stories that, for them, typified my father. I loved hearing them and still do, and they somehow they make his passing more bearable.

So, in this vein, I would like to share with you my memories of your father, son, brother, husband, uncle, teacher, friend... I didn't know Eduardo, but I admired him very much. I came in contact with him through what the Bureau of Prisons calls Annual Refresher Training (ART). ART is a painful process that we go through every year where we have to listen to mandatory and repetitious topics delivered by less than interesting speakers. But a couple of years ago Eduardo started doing a segment in ART for Cultural Diversity, which can be one of the more painful topics. Eduardo made diversity personal to everyone that would listen by sharing stories from his childhood about spending the night at a friends house, or by creating analogies about stones in a jar that still leave room for sand. He shared these lessons with enthusiasm and energy that was genuine and couldn't be faked. When I listened to Eduardo, I could tell cultural diversity was something he believed in and knew had value, not just to a workforce, but to everyone in everyday life... seeing the value in others! I looked forward to his segment of ART and I know many others did, as well. He will be missed by many people for many reasons!

I just wanted you to know that your father, brother, son, husband, uncle, teacher, friend... touched many more lives than you probably realize. And I hope you find comfort as I have.

Via Con Dios Eduardo!
November 09, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
November 08, 2009
Eddie Jr. and family you are in our thoughts and prayers. Please know that we are here for you at anytime and we share in your time of sorrow. God Bless!!!
The Acevedo Family
November 08, 2009
May God Bless you and your family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
November 08, 2009
We met Eduardo in Loretto, PA in 1997 I believe. He worked for the Loretto Federal Prison along with my husband Ernie.He was a fun person to be around . We were so shocked to read this in the paper this morning. Our heartfelt sympathies to his family. God be with you during this time .
November 08, 2009
im so sorry for your loss

rest in peace maj. caraveo
November 08, 2009
As an ex bowie bear and coming out of segundo barrio in El Paso my deepest and heartfelt sorrow go to a hero such as Mr.Eduardo Caraveo who excelled in professional life but also in a person coming from his roots can be very proud of.
November 08, 2009
I had the honor of knowing Lalo when he was very young and still in high school. We worked together at S.H.Kress on Stanton St. along with his sisters Maria Elena and Isabel Caraveo. That was around 1972 or so. He was a very happy-go-lucky guy, very responsible young man.

My most sincere condolences to his family and sisters Nena and Chabela.
November 08, 2009
Eduardo was a friend who I first met when we worked together at the Federal Correctional Institution, Loretto, PA, and then years later when we both worked in our Central Office. I knew him both professionally and personally. As a friend and counselor, he helped me through one the very toughest times in my adult life.

I have fought tears all day since first hearing of our loss. I don't have the words to give sufficient honor to this noble man. He will be missed greatly by all of us who had the privledge to get to know him. For those of you who did not know him, he was truly an expectional man and the world is a lesser place without him.

Rest in peace my friend. My condolences to your family and friends.

ritcheydaniel@yahoo.com
November 08, 2009
Our deepest sympathy and prayer's are with Maj.E.CARAVEO FAMILY. (JOSHUA 1;9)BE STRONG AND OF GOOD COURAGE,BE NOT AFRAID,NEITHER BE THOU DISMAYED.
November 08, 2009
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
November 08, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. Mis mas sinceras condolencias a la Familia Caraveo por la perdida del Dr. Eduardo Caraveo.
November 08, 2009
I met Eduaro 21 years ago when I was going through a difficult divorce. Eduardo gave me the strength and confidence to leave an unhealthy relationship. I remember him as a highly educated men but mos importantly as a very nice man. My deepest condolences to his family.
November 08, 2009
I did not know Dr.Caraveo, my condolences are with his family and I'm sure he will be remembered for all his good actions. All that i have been reading is he was a great person and he is now in gods palace.
November 08, 2009
As Training Director of the the New Mexico State University program in psychopharmacology in which Eduardo was a student, I wanted to tell Eduardo's family and friends how incredibly sorrowed I am about the death of Dr. amd Major Caraveo. He was truly a wonderful, energetic, extremely intelligent, caring man; a distinguished psychologist who through his efforts in the federal prison system and military has helped so many. The news of the Fort Hood tragedy was already horrific. For me and his colleagues in the psychopharmacology program, it will now be an event seared in our memories with the greatest sense of loss and sorrow. My deepest condolences.
> Elaine S. Levine, Ph.D.
> eslevine@hotmail.com
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November 08, 2009
I send my heartfelt condolences to the family of Dr. Caraveo. It saddens me deeply to hear of your loss. Dr. Caraveo was a true professional and a great clinical psychologist. It was a real pleasure knowing him and working with him, such a gentleman always. So intelligent and committed to his work. He made so many friends every where he went. He was proud of his accomplishments and often told us of about his humble beginnings. He died serving his country, forever so proud of him. What a tragic loss. He is in the Lord's arms.
November 08, 2009
I only knew Eduardo for a short time through a friend of mine in Tucson. While it has been many years since I've seen him, I was shocked and saddened to learn that Eduardo was one of the victims at Fort Hood. To Eudardo's family and loved ones: I am so very sorry! Please know that I am thinking of you during this difficult time.
November 08, 2009
RIP Maj. Eduardo Caraveo. Sending thoughts of support to your family, from a psychologist.
November 08, 2009
Vaya con Dios.
Bowie H.S. 1972
November 08, 2009
I had the honor of working with Eduardo in Safford, AZ. He was a remarkable man who radiated with love and laughter. He would go out of his way in service to others, and was a great friend and co-worker. God Bless You Eduardo, may you Rest in Peace. May your family find comfort in the Lord knowing that he is truly in Heaven with God. Angela, my deepest condolences and heartfelt sorrow at the loss of your loved one. He will be dearly missed
November 08, 2009
To my dearest family, some things I'd like to say...
but first of all, to let you know, that I arrived okay.
I'm writing this from heaven. Here I dwell with God above.
Here, there's no more tears of sadness; here is just eternal love.

Please do not be unhappy just because I'm out of sight.
Remember that I'm with you every morning, noon and night.
That day I had to leave you when my life on earth was through,
God picked me up and hugged me and He said, "I welcome you."

It's good to have you back again; you were missed while you were gone.
As for your dearest family, they'll be here later on.
I need you here badly; you're part of my plan.
There's so much that we have to do, to help our mortal man.

God gave me a list of things, that he wished for me to do.
And foremost on the list, was to watch and care for you.
And when you lie in bed at night, the day's chores put to flight.
God and I are closest to you....in the middle of the night.

When you think of my life on earth, and all those loving years
because you are only human, they are bound to bring you tears.
But do not be afraid to cry; it does relieve the pain.
Remember there would be no flowers, unless there was some rain.

I wish that I could tell you all that God has planned.
But if I were to tell you, you wouldn't understand.
But one thing is for certain, though my life on earth is o'er.
I'm closer to you now, than I ever was before.

There are many rocky roads ahead of you and many hills to climb;
but together we can do it by taking one day at a time.
It was always my philosophy and I'd like it for you too...
that as you give unto the world, the world will give to you.

If you can help somebody who's in sorrow and pain,
then you can say to God at night......"My day was not in vain."
And now I am contented....that my life has been worthwhile,
knowing as I passed along the way, I made somebody smile.

So if you meet somebody who is sad and feeling low,
just lend a hand to pick him up, as on your way you go.
When you're walking down the street, and you've got me on your mind;
I'm walking in your footsteps only half a step behind.

And when it's time for you to go.... from that body to be free,
remember you're not going.....you're coming here to me.

Ruth Ann Mahaffey (author)
©Copyright 1998-2009
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November 08, 2009
My sincerest condolence to the Family and dearest friends. I pray the love of God comforts you during your journey through grief. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort and may his humble spirit live on and his soul rest in peace.
November 07, 2009
To The Family of Maj. Eduardo Caraveo,

May every new tomorrow softly ease your sorrow. Sorry for your loss. You’re in my thoughts and prayers.
November 07, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
November 07, 2009
To the family and friends of Mr. Caraveo, our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you grieve the loss of your loved one. May God grant you peace in this time of sorrow.
November 07, 2009
REST IN PEACE
November 07, 2009
To the family of Eduardo Caraveo: I am so sorry that you are having to go through this difficult loss. I cannot actually know how hard this is for your family, but please know my sympathy is with you. I will keep everyone lifted in prayer. Praying you through, JoEllyn Chadwick [Army Mom].
November 07, 2009
God Bless our Hero.
November 07, 2009
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
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