Love and memories last forever...
  • 54 years old
  • Born on July 13, 1962 .
  • Passed away on May 21, 2017 .

David H. Caulfield Jr. age 54 of Pennsville, New Jersey, passed on May 21, 2017 with his family by his side.

David was a man of many names such as Dave, Cornfield, Cookie, Corn, Big Dog, Big Daddy, Jersey Devil. He was also known to have a nickname for everyone and was a man of many talents. He could build or fix anything. His friends could always depend on him to lend his expertise in many areas especially boat repair and carpentry. David, an avid hunter, had a passion for building duck blinds and duck hunting. His favorite holiday was Duck Eve. He enjoyed riding his Harley, boating, fishing, and spending time with friends. David had a way of making you laugh even if you didnt want to. 
He served in the United States Navy from 1980-1984. He was a union pipe fitter working with Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 74, DE.

He is survived by his father, D. Harry and Donna Caulfield. David was a beloved brother to Lisa Dean (Chris), Linda Sorrels (Mark). He is also survived by his nieces Lauren Sorrels (Casey) and Emily Dean, great nephew Kyle Burton, great niece Alayna Burton along with his aunts, uncles and many friends. David suffered the biggest loss of his life in 2006, his loving mom, Marian (Cookie) Caulfield.
A celebration of David's life will be held Wednesday, May 31 at the Pennsville American Legion post 297, 25 West Pittsfield St. Pennsville, New Jersey. Friends and family may visit starting at 6-10pm.
Posted by Lisa Dean on 13th July 2018
Another birthday has come and gone.56 years is too young to have left. Always thinking about you. Your "favorite" sister.
Posted by Lisa Dean on 22nd May 2018
It's been a year already. I think of you often and the suffering you endured. I can't believe how hard the end of your life was. Your life has not been forgotten. Love your favorite sister!!!!
Posted by Lisa Dean on 13th July 2017
Thinking of you today on your 55th birthday. Watching you take your last breath was so hard. You suffered so much. I hope your soul is at peace. I will see you again when it's my time. Much love your "favorite"sister.
Posted by Theresa Comerford on 29th May 2017
So very sad to hear this news of losing our David...he was always very good to me...he took my son, Alex under his wing and showed him the ropes of welding and even helped him get into the pipefitters. We had a lot of good times together and a lot of great memories... He will always remain my CHAMP! Rest in peace. ❤
Posted by Terrie Cox on 28th May 2017
My heart and prayers are with Linda, Lauren, and all of Daves family. Daves humor and good nature will stay with me and Scott and all that knew him forever. Some of the best memories I have in my life were on the water with Dave. He looked after Scott and I many times when the waters were rough. He knew I was scared of the water and he would always come to find us and tell Scott, Jump on my tail Coxy, I'll get ya home." And he ALWAYS did. He had a way to make you laugh, even when you didn't want to. I know you're cruising on calm waters now Dave. Till we meet again. We love you and we will miss you. Rest Easy my friend.
Posted by Jason Walker on 25th May 2017
Taken way to young, was a talented and generous man who loved to smile. Rest easy brother and I'll see you on the other side
Posted by Tracy Irvin on 24th May 2017
Hate to hear this. Haven't seen him in years, but there are a lot of good memories with Dave. Always had a smile on his face and wanted to make those around him happy as well. RIP
Posted by Donna Mowers on 23rd May 2017
Mr. Caulfield, Lisa and Linda, I'm sincere condolences to all of you on Dave's passing. I have many great childhood memories growing up with your family. Much love to all of you.
Posted by Dawn Boulden {née Harmer... on 23rd May 2017
Linda & Family, Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of David! He was a very special person and a stranger to no one!
Posted by Lori Edelman on 23rd May 2017
So sorry for your loss Linda and Lisa. Love you guys.

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