Carthage, NC
Alex T. Caddell, age 89 died Monday, (March, 12, 2012) at FirstHealth Hospice House in Pinehurst.
Funeral services will be 3:00 PM Wednesday at First Baptist Church in Carthage conducted by the Rev's. Jeff Roberts, Marshall Old and Heath Caddell. Entombment will follow with military honors in Cross Hill mausoleum.
A native Moore County he was a son of the late Willie B. and Dorothy McPherson Caddell He was a WWII veteran of the US Army. After serving our country he returned to Moore County and later opened up Alex Exxon which he and his wife owned and operated for 45 years.
Alex was very active in his church and community, serving as trustee and deacon at First Baptist Church, and as treasure for many years. He served on the town planning board where he played a vital part in the development of Carthage.
He was preceded in death by: sisters Nina Wicker, Willie Nell Roe and Virginia Weimerskirch; brothers Grady Caddell, Daniel E. 'Buck' Caddell and Thomas Caddell.
He is survived by: his wife of 69 years Virginia Patterson Caddell; daughter Carol Old and husband Marshall of Elon; sons Larry Caddell and wife Lisa of Carthage, Andy Caddell and wife Sylvia of Cameron; adopted daughter Elizabeth Howard; sister Dorothy Moss and husband Jay of Carthage; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Tuesday fro 6:00 -8:00 PM at First Baptist fellowship hall and other times at the residence.
Memorial may be made to First Baptist Church, P.O. Box 824, Carthage, NC 28327.
Fry and Prickett Funeral Home is serving the Caddell Family.
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  1. Mr. Caddell was a great man. I will always remember when I was a small child going into his store with my parents. He was good to everyone in the community and highly respected. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. God be

  2. We loved and respected Alex because of the person that he was,how he raised his children,and his contribution to the community. May God Bess you and your family in the days to come.
    The late George Denning, Louise, Beth and
    Katherine Denning

  3. Mr. Caddell was a wonderful man. Our family patronized his business for many years. He and Mrs. Caddell were always fine Christian people. Our prayers are with you!

  4. During our time in Carthage we came to know Alex Caddell as a good man, husband, father, citizen, churchman and most of all, a good Christian upon whom we could alway trust for good council. Our love, prayers and sympathy go out to the family at this time

  5. Hi Larry and Family we are so sorry to hear about your father our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Sincerly Linda Tew Addington, Bobbi Tew Stringfellow and R. L. Tew

  6. Carol and Family,
    At This Difficult Time Please Know That You are
    Being Thought of With Love and Prayers as We Share
    In Your Sorrow. May God Give You Strength Through
    Each New Tomorrow… With Time and Your Wonderful
    Cherished Mem

  7. Alex was such a caring person. My dad, Buck, worked for him for many years and Alex was so good to him. He put up with a lot from my dad, but loved him anyway. I appreciate him always being there for my daddy. God bless the Caddell family during this time

  8. Mr. Caddell was a vibrant, interesting man. Though I only met him a handful of times, I greatly enjoyed each conversation with him. He will be missed by many. Sending our deepest sympathies to all of the family.
    Ann Tyson Campbell (Sister in law of C

  9. To the entire Caddell family, our hearts are heavy with the sad news of the passing of PawPaw. We are sending our deepest heartfelt prayers to you. He was a wonderful man; he will be missed. Love
    Todd & Charity Comand and family.

  10. Dear Caddell family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. I would like to share a comforting scripture from God’s word the Bible found at Acts 24:15 which reads:"And I have hope toward God, which hope these men themselves also entertain, that there is go

  11. We wish you our sincere condolences on the death of your husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. We have made a donation in the memory of Alex T. Caddell to Mountain Creek Farms to support Jenny Caddell Livelli and Paul Livelli’s program for a

  12. Dear ALEX T. CADDELL Family,

    Having read about the loss of your loved one, I wanted to write to convey my condolences to you and your family. We have all loss loved ones to the enemy death and can, therefore, sympathize with your sorrow.

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