Jennifer Caldwell

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WOLFEBORO - Jennifer Caldwell, daughter of John Caldwell and Hester (Goodenough) Caldwell, passed away in her home on Dec. 27, 2011.

Jennifer was educated at the Putney School, attended Middlebury College and graduated with a B.A. from the University of Vermont. 

In 1988 following her marriage to Howie Bean, she moved to Wolfeboro, where they built their home and raised their daughter, Anya.

Jennifer will be well remembered for her work at the Tuftonboro Library and for working with the Huggins Hospital Meals on Wheels program

Jennifer won the American Bierkebeiner, was two-time champion of the Great American Ski Chase and a member of the U.S. Ski Team.

She was a U.S. Canoe Association National Champion. She participated in the Prouty Ride and raised thousands of dollars for cancer research and was a member of the Clearlakes Chorale.

Jennifer is survived by husband, Howie Bean, Wolfeboro; her daughter, Anya Caldwell Bean, Wolfeboro; parents John and Hep Caldwell, Putney; her three older brothers, Tim Caldwell and his wife Margaret, Lyme, Sverre Caldwell and his wife Lilly, Peru, Vt., and Peter Caldwell and his wife Darcy, Florham Park, N.J.; and many loving nieces and nephews.


SERVICES: Calling hours are Friday, Dec. 30, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Lord Funeral Home, Wolfeboro. Funeral services will be Saturday, Dec. 3, at 11 a.m. at St. Katharine Drexel Church.

Donations in her memory may be made to the Clearlakes Chorale, P.O. Box 223, Wolfeboro 03894 or the Wolfeboro Cross-Country Ski Association, 47 N. Main St., Wolfeboro 03894.
Published in Union Leader on Jan. 1, 1900