Gwendolyn Vernail (Anderson) CaradineDecember 25, 1957 ~ August 10, 2017 (age 59)
Gwendolyn Anderson Caradine was born December 25, 1957 to Evelina Anderson and Milton Fields. Gwen was a very happy person and someone that you would never forget. She lived her life to the fullest and left a mark wherever she went. She was married to Curtis Caradine and later separated. Gwen was family orientated and loved spending time with her family especially her grandkids.
She never met a stranger and whenever she came around she would greet you with a smile and if you made her mad, she would leave you with a couple of good choice words; but it was all out of love. Gwen was Gwen never changed up. She touched a lot of people and impacted many lives.
Her life was cut short, August 10, 2017 due to health complications. She was preceded in death by her fathers, Milton Fields and Sam Alston; brother, Milton Fields, Jr.; grandparents, Mary & Henry Clay Anderson, Irene & Lenwood Fields; sister Mae Helen Ezell; grandson, Kelvin Anderson; nephew, Lamar Bell and many other family members. Gwen is deeply loved and will be truly missed.
She leaves to cherish her memories: mother, Evelina Anderson; daughter, Shirron (Dondli) Hayes; son, Kevin (Tameka) Anderson all of Caruthersville, Missouri; husband, Curtis Caradine of Chicago, Illinois; sisters, Charlotte & Cassandra Anderson of Caruthersville, Missouri, Connie (Brian) Bryson, Barbara (Bernard) Anderson, Wanda Anderson all of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Lois Alston of Memphis Tennessee, Maryland Fields of Rockford, Illinois, Nene Fields of Atlanta, Georgia and Doris Bess of Fresno, California; brothers, Rodney (Leah) Anderson, Gerald Anderson, Samuel (Janice) Anderson all of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Tee (Roxanne) Anderson and Quincy Anderson of Austin, Texas, Tyreese (Beverly) Alston of Caruthersville, Missouri, Lee Edward Lewis of Killeen, Texas, Clarence and Victor Alston of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Douglas Fields of Rockford, Illinois; 16 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.