CAUDILL FORD April 7, 2012 Retired Detroit Police Officer and Vietnam Veteran. Beloved husband of Linda. Loving father to James (Pamela), Melodie, Barbie Baiz (Louis), Michael Pemberton (Robbie), and Malinda Case (Bob). Proud grandfather of 14. Dear brother to Joyce, Johnny, James and Tressie. Predeceased by seven siblings. A Celebration of his life to be held April 21, 12-6pm at Plymouth Township Park.
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May he rest in peace. My sympathies to the family. A former fellow police officer who worked with Ford.
one of the finest men and best friendships I ever had. 30 years since I've heard that great laugh and I remember it like yesterday. I was telling great stories about Ford last week at a dinner here in Phoenix. God Bless his loving family.
Bob was just an all-around good guy. I think that is probably one of the best things anyone could say.
Rest in piece, officer.
I have only been in the family for 5 years but Ford was a great person to be around with and a lot of fun too. Eddie has told me some funny stories from when he was growing up and Ford was around visiting. He will be truly be miss by this part of the family.
i miss you so much daddy u were to young to pass away i was looking forward to our fishing trip my heart is broke and miss you i love you daddy
We all love you, still.
Ford was a wonderful man..........who fought for his country and served Detroit as a police officer......a very giving and kind man.......you will be missed.
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My favorite person from my childhood, wish I had known him better in my adulthood
He was a wonderful man. I wish i could have got to know him better in my adult years. I will never forget his jolly smiling face. He will always be in my heart as a loving dad.
I am so sorry to the family, I have fond memories of Ford during my teenage years, he opened his heart and his home to me when I was a crazy teenager, He will forever be in my heart. Karen