Caleb Herndon obituary –Cause of death!

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Caleb Herndon obituary:  MD, Ph.D., age 69, kicked the bucket April fourth, 2012, at Kings Daughter’s Medical Center in Brookhaven, MS, following a hard-battled battle with malignant pancreatic growth. On February 5, 1943, Caleb William Herndon was conceived in Lubbock, TX, and brought up in Abilene, TX. He moved on from Abilene High School in 1961, fifteenth out of 551. He was the leader of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Classes, a National Honor Society part, and a Finalist in the International Science Fair of 1961. He graduated Abilene Christian College with a B.S. degree, major in science, minor in science, insignificant in the book of scriptures, in 1965, and was on the Dean’s Honor Roll. Caleb moved on from the University of MS Medical Center in Jackson, MS, in 1969, with a Ph.D. in physiology and biophysics. He, at that point, moved on from Tulane Medical School in New Orleans, LA, with his M.D. in 1972.

Caleb was a much-regarded, esteemed, and cherished spouse, father and ophthalmologist. He served more than 30,000 families over his vocation of 35 years. His gifts were extraordinary, giving determination and treatment of confusing cases and making himself accessible to his patients at whenever of the day or night. He was a gifted specialist, unquenchable peruser, and admirer of information, persistently contemplating the most recent examination, understanding reading material, and sharpening his clinical aptitudes. Notwithstanding his master information on ophthalmology, he additionally analyzed neurological issues, heart illness, and malignancy. His partners knew him as an incredible comedian, commonly keeping them, “in lines” in a more significant number of ways than one, in the working room.

Caleb delighted in a great connection with this network and was granted “Lion of The Year” by the Brookhaven Evening Lions Club in 2011 for his tremendous help. Not just has Caleb had an affection for individuals, yet additionally of adoration for creatures. He raised Horses, Australian Shepherds, Hogs, Donkeys, Cows, Cats, and at the hour of his demise, he even had a pet squirrel that he safeguarded. He was amazingly kindhearted and couldn’t state “no” to a homeless creature, or individual. He was a liberal man, and the world was a prominent spot because of his quality.

Caleb is made due by his better half, Natalie Brown Herndon, Ph.D., MS, once of Jackson, MS, his two youngsters, Natalie Cox Herndon, Ph.D. of Salt Lake City, UT, and Caleb William “Billy” Herndon, of Jackson, MS, his stepmother, Betty Warner Herndon of San Diego, CA, his stepsister Dianna Warner Lewis and her significant other Darryl Lewis of San Diego, CA, and stepbrother Ronnie Warner of Tucson, AZ. Before him in death were his dad, Sam Cyril Herndon of Tucson, AZ, his mom, Dorothy Ernestine “Minuscule” Cox Herndon, and his sibling, Ted Herndon of Tucson, AZ. May God luxuriously favor the whole staff of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (Oncology, Fifth Floor staff and attendants, and Drs. Punky, Herrin, and Helling), Kings Daughter’s Medical Center (particularly the heavenly third-floor clinical staff), Haven Hall Nursing Home, and Hospice Compassus.

Neighborhood appearance will be held at

The Brookhaven Funeral Home, situated on 894 Natchez Dr., Tuesday, April tenth, from 5:00-8:00 pm. Memorial service administrations will be held at the Meadowbrook Church of Christ, in Jackson, MS, on Wednesday, April eleventh, with an appearance at 4:30 pm and the memorial service to follow at 5:30 pm. Instead of roses, if you don’t mind send gifts to the accompanying associations: Kings Daughter’s Medical Center, care of emergency clinic manager, Mr. Alvin Hoover, to whom we owe such a lot; Meadowbrook Church of Christ, care of Jerry Neil, senior pastor, 4261 I-55 North, Jackson, MS 39206: or to Reverend Jerry Sullivan, serve, 322 Quitman Lane, Brookhaven, MS 39601.

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