Cal-Worthington-Obituary

In Memory Of

Cal Worthington

Guest Book

February 11, 2017

Thank you for your inspirational speeches at Long Beach State when I was a student there. You were very accomplished but seemed so humble. I had one of the laughs of my life when a younger guy that I worked with SWORE you were saying "horsey cow" in your commercials.

January 16, 2017 | San Dimas, CA

Cal was a amazing man . He will never be replaced. The world lost a lot when he passed on.

Jim Ketchum
San Dimas, CA
54 years in the car business in California

Valenda Newell

November 12, 2016 | Indianapolis, IN

Mary Reese

September 24, 2013 | Sylmar, CA

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Worthington family.
Forever grateful for his service to our country. Sincerely Mary Reese

Tina and Terry Pfleiger

September 23, 2013 | Anchorage, AK

So sorry to hear of his passing, he lived a good life and did more than any ten of us will ever do. He went sliding in with a Magnam PI Stop. We got to spend time with him at the Big W and flew with him in the Jet. Good times. Terry just talked to him about a month ago. Great conversation. We will miss you Cal. RIP. Love and Prayers to your family in this time of need.

Judy D

September 20, 2013 | CA

Cal was an institution in Huntington Park where we moved to from Ohio in 1954. I got to know him from attending hundreds of the televised shows from the car dealership and ballroom there as well as the ones taped in Hollywood later.
He added so much to my life through these shows and country music. It was never boring on the weekends for the pre-teens and teenagers who got to rub elbows with stars like Glen Campbell (upcoming), Buck Owens, Barbara Mandrell (still in curls), the...

September 17, 2013

Go See Cal!!!

September 15, 2013 | Long Beach, CA

Fly HIGH Shiny! For those that read My Dog Spot will understand that nickname. Hearing Cal had passed on brought back bitter-sweet memories of my father passing some years back. My family started with Cal when he took over Ralph Williams Ford, the rest is history.
In 75 I started @ Dodge store in South Gate and then Huntington Beach helping with commercials for CW and redlining vehicles. My first car, 65 Mustang that was taken in on trade. My father Ivan Smith ran Fleet in LB, was GM...

John Rocker

September 15, 2013 | Elk Grove, CA

Thank you for your military service and your warm and genuine personality. You will be missed. God Bless

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Cal Worthington passed away. Obit is featured in Legacy.