Calvin Shields

Las Vegas, Nevada


Las Vegas, Nevada


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CALVIN SHIELDS Calvin A. "Eagle Eye" Shields passed away Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010. He was born April 28, 1924, in Jacksonville, Fla. He is survived by his son; a sister; and a host of grandsons, granddaughters, nieces, nephews and special friends. For decades, he was recognized, honored and...

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your one and only

hey papa this is from your one and only grand daughter may you rest and peace love you with all my heart and let my mom know that she is 4ever loved and never 4gotten same 4 u papa
love liguori

We will always love and miss you.

Grandpa Calvin,
rest in peace for you are reunited in heaven with my dearest Aunt Gina and Red Foxx as well as hosts of friends and family members. I will not forget your stern, kind words as you expressed your concerns for my well being this summer.

"Live in the sky
play your jazz on high"

your grandbaby
Lori Howard

Having known Eagle Eye since early childhood, during the "Glory Days" of Jackson Street, the Carver House, and the historic Westside, I am so proud to say that all of my memories of him are those of joy! He had a way of making you feel as special as it was to be in his presence. What a joy it'll be to watch and hear him on drums again in Gloryland! We love you and will miss you...until then.

There is always a need for drummers in Heaven. Eagle Eye will now be a drummer for a band of angels. Rest in peace.
Bonnie & Sharla Juniel

I had the great pleasure of meeting Mr Shields at the Mosignor residence, where my mother also lives, I am Cuban as is my mother and we talked about Cuban food and Cuban music and the times he enjoyed both when he traveled there to play, I didn't know him for very long but I truly enjoyed my talks with him, May He Rest in Peace

Hey Eagle Eye! Nobody could swing like you man. I learned so much about playing listening to your drumming and your stories. Knowing you will always be among the joys of my life. You will be in my heart whenever I play Jazz Drums...Thank you!

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Mr. Shields you will be truly missed here at Monsignor Shallow. Your singing always brought a smile to my face. You are truly someone special and I am so happy I got to know you. May you rest in peace.

Mr. Shields you will truly be missed here at Monsignor Shallow. I can remember you coming into my office singing. You knew how to make me smile. You, your family & close friends are in my prayers. May you rest in peace.