Chris Caker Obituary, Grandland Police Department Member Has Passed Away – Death

Chris Caker Obituary

Chris Caker Death, Obituary – Our hearts are broken for all of you, including Lt. Carker’s family and friends, as well as all of us here at the Garland Police Department. Please accept our sincerest condolences and know that we are grieving with you. We would appreciate it if you could recognize our sincere sympathies. We are here to offer you solace and to share in the responsibility of bearing some of the weight of your loss with you. We ask you to join us in praying for Lt. Carker’s family, both his biological family and the family he has chosen to serve in the military.

Please pray for his biological family as well as the family he has chosen to serve in the military. His son, Stephen W. Williams, his grandsons, Andrew Williams and infant Blake Pierce, his parents, Irvin and Doris Williams, his sisters, infant Doris Williams, Shirley Dolan, and Lizzy Challenor, and his sister-in-law, Nadean Woods, all passed away before him. In addition, his wife, Nadean Woods, also passed away prior to him.

In addition to this, his wife, Nadean Woods, had already passed away before he did. Among those who will carry on his legacy after he has passed away are his son Stephen W. Williams, his grandsons Andrew Williams and the newborn Blake Pierce, his parents, and his grandparents. He is survived by his wife of 73 years, Violet M. Williams; their children, David Williams (Kathy), Susan McNeil, Karen Suttles, and Michael Williams; daughter-in-law, Marsha Williams; 14 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren; and brother-in-law, Calvin Whitaker.

He was a veteran of the United States Air Force and served in World War II. He had previously fought in the United States Air Force during World War II and was a veteran of the conflict. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force, having previously served in that branch of the military during the Korean War. His service took place in the United States.

In addition to serving his country in the United States Navy, boxing his way to multiple Golden Glove state champion championships in Virginia, and being a member of the Ironworkers Union, I.P. was also a lifetime member of the Ironworkers Union Local 28. In Virginia, he won multiple Golden Glove state champion championships. On Sunday evening, beginning at six o’clock and continuing until eight o’clock, the family will be hosting a get-together for their friends.

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