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John F. Caldwell

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March 18, 2016
Sorry for John's too early departure, and condolences to family and friends...but, knowing him from the Old Days in NYC and the National Lampoon, etc., I instantly wondered what sort of cartoons he'd come up with about his own passing. Is it ok to have this little smile in a dark time?
March 16, 2016
John was a gentle, inspired humorist whose work is his public legacy. Our infrequent meetings are now significant memories. It was a privilege to know him. Andrew Sordoni
March 08, 2016
Diane, Just became aware of John's passing. So sorry for your loss. I remember John well as he and Marty Dion were friends throughhigh school. Unfortunately we loss Marty several years ago under similar circumstances. Thoughts and prayers are with you. KMA, Class of 65...
March 07, 2016
RIP John. Gene Fonda KMA 65.
February 26, 2016
Dear Caldwell Family,
Very sorry for your loss.
Christine Arndt Richardson, KMA,Class of'64
February 26, 2016
You always made me laugh. God must be sad. He must need to smile and laugh again. Missing you cous.
February 24, 2016
This is the saddest news I've heard all week! He was one of my favorite artists... May he meet up with the MAD greats who passed before him...
February 23, 2016
John s cartoons were part of the new MAD for many year s now and I always looked forward to each issue he was in. He was a great inspiration to all of hopefull cartoonists. He will be sadly missed by fellow cartoonists and cartoon fans
February 23, 2016
John Caldwell's cartoons inspired me through my childhood and continues to inspire me through my career. Thank you so much for the cartoons... So many amazing cartoons. My condolences to John's family.
February 23, 2016
WHAT... ME SAD?....... very.

John you were a cartoonist rock star and true gentleman. Will miss your visits to New York City to hang with Onderchain. As a little kid, I wanted to be a cartoonist for Mad magazine. Can't tell you how much I appreciated your friendship and how proud I was to meet an actual member of the usual gang of idiots. Thanks for the laughter. Will miss miss you man.

Dan Raabe
Former Art Director, The Wall Street Journal
Creative Director, Red Rooster Group, NYC

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What, Me Sad?.... Very.

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