Love and memories last forever...
  • 73 years old
  • Born on April 9, 1944 .
  • Passed away on December 8, 2017 .

D. Harry Caulfield, Sr. of Pennsville, NJ, age 73, passed away Friday, December 8th, at home surrounded by family and friends. Born in Sharptown, NJ, he was the son of the late Anna  DeMaris Newkirk, and the late James Caulfield.

Harry retired from General Motors in 1992 after 30 years of working in maintenance. He was an avid golfer and prominent on the archery circuit, in which he won numerous awards, including ranking #1 in NJ. He enjoyed camping and visiting Orange Lake resort in Florida with family and friends. He also enjoyed hunting in Potter County, PA and golfing in Myrtle Beach with his many friends. He had a passion for restoring, building, and showing vintage trucks, as well as maintaining an upholstery business. He enjoyed woodworking and building homes. Harry would be the first person to help anyone in need. Harry always liked to be surrounded with family and friends. For the past 8 years, his greatest joy was spending time with his little buddy, Kyle.

He is survived by his loving wife Donna Caulfield (Ayars). Daughters Lisa Dean (Chris), Linda Sorrels (Mark), Amber Newell, and son Robert Newell (Jess). Grandaughters Lauren Finucan (Casey), Emily Dean,and Hailey Newell. Great Grandchildren Kyle and Alayna Burton. Sister and best friend Betty Caulfield (Diane). Brothers Tom Caulfield (Joan) and Jack Caulfield. Predeceased by his mom Anna DeMaris Newkirk, father James Caulfield and son David H. Caulfield, Jr.

A celebration of Harry's life will be held at Sharptown Church on Tuesday, December 19th, where friends may call from 5-6 pm and service beginning at 6 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society.

 

Posted by EVELYN (WHITE) GANNON on 13th December 2017
I MET HARRY WHEN WE WERE JUST KIDS. I WOULD GO TO AUNT EDITH'S IN WOODSTOWN WITH JUDY THATS BEEN OVER 65 YEARS AGO BUT I NEVER FORGOT HIM. WE WERE FRIENDS FOREVER WE NEVER SAW EACH OTHER ANY PLACE ELSE OR WHEN WE GREW UP BUT I ALWAYS WOULD THINK OF HIM IN THE SUMMERTIME. HE WAS A VERY KIND KID AND I KNOW HE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM .PRAYER'S TO THE FAMILY EVELYN GANNON

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