Caleb Williams

caleb williams

June 6, 1979 ~ November 5, 2023

Born in: Atlanta, Texas
Resided in: College Station, Texas

On November 5th, 2023, Caleb Williams joined his Lord and Savior at the age of 44.
Caleb was born in Atlanta, Texas to Kathy and Albert Williams. Early in his childhood, he moved from Atlanta to settle in San Antonio, TX in 1988. Caleb attended Robert E. Lee High School and was in both the school choir and marching band where he proudly played the trombone. He later graduated from Lee in 1997. Outside of school activities, Caleb was incredibly active in the youth group at Oak Hills Church of Christ. He often participated in the church plays either contributing to construction of the sets or acting alongside his peers. In addition to youth group activities, Caleb found peace and joy at Camp Blue Haven in Las Vegas, New Mexico which he attended each summer through his final year of high school.
After graduation, Caleb went on to attend Texas A&M University, where he earned a Bachelor’s in Science with an emphasis in Outdoor Education. Caleb began his work in College Station ISD, beginning as a school bus driver and working his way up to Assistant Director of Transportation. Caleb was passionate about his work both in education and within the Free Masons where he was a Master Mason of the 32nd degree. He was a member at Sul Ross Lodge #1300 and St. Alban’s Lodge #1455, and he served as the 12th degree master as a member of the Houston Scottish Rite Valley. He also was the current President of the Steve Cooke Scottish Rite Club in the Brazos Valley.
Caleb is preceded in death by his father Albert H. Williams.
He is survived by his mother, Kathy; his children, Casey Markham-Williams, Ava Williams, and Rowan Williams; his brothers, Ben Williams and Chandler Schmidt; and his fiancé, Laura Bennett.
Visitation will be held at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home, 3001 S College Ave, Bryan, TX 77801 on November 19th. A service will be held on November 20th at A&M United Methodist, 417 University Dr, College Station, TX 77840.


Visitation: November 19, 2023 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


Memorial Service: November 20, 2023 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

A&M United Methodist Church
417 University Dr.
College Station, TX 77840

(979) 846-8731

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  1. Our entire family mourn the loss of Caleb. Would that he could have seen the bright future that we all saw for him. Thanking the Lord that he is whole and healed and waiting for the love of his life; Laura

  2. Thank you for always reminding me to walk in faith & for giving the best hugs when needed most even when ya didn’t know what the struggles were. I’m really going to miss you. I’m thankful to have had a chance to say “see ya later” one last time.. even if it had to be a Walmart!

  3. My heart breaks with Caleb’s family today. What a fine young man he has always been. I first met Caleb when he was at Lee High School in San Antonio and in the choir with my son Sterling. I spent a great deal of time during choir each week when we had fundraisers going on working with the students. Caleb always had a big smile and hug for me. He was one of the choir members that my husband and I chaperoned on a trip to Colorado. When he worked at Sonic, while in high school near our home, anytime we there he always came out to say hello. After we moved to Georgia we lost touch with Caleb. A few years ago we were thrilled to be back in touch with him.

    God has a new angel in heaven, but taken Caleb from all who loved him way too soon.

    Benadine Allen

  4. I worked for csisd from 2015 to 2018 and never imagined I could be hearing this news right now. Praying for his family, friends and coworkers, may God bring you comfort and strength with loving memories of Mr. Williams Amen

  5. Caleb, you will be missed by more people than you know. I have heard from listening to others at work. They have said they didn’t talk to you often, however you touched them with how you approached the issues they had weather it was related to work or not. My heart is sad for your family, friends and all who know how special you are. I will continue to pray for all of them.

  6. I have worked with Caleb for 20 plus years.He was a wonderful person to work with as my supervisor & Always had that smile on his face. Continued Prayers for his entire Family. RIH GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN

  7. Caleb was in Sunday School with me at Christ Church. He lived across street from my wife. He helped us move her things to a new house in Summer 2022.
    Nice guy, will miss him.

  8. My heart goes out to the family. I am sorry for your loss. I pray that you will find comfort from special memories.

    • Caleb has been one of best bosses ever. And always had a smile. I can’t imagine what your family is going through at this time but I will continue prayers for you all. He is going to be missed forever

  9. I worked with Caleb at CSISD Transportation. His intelligence, fairness, and kindness were always present. This is a sad loss for everyone who knew Caleb.

  10. Caleb had the kindest heart and most gentle spirit. My heart breaks for his family friends and transportation family. May the peace of God that passes all understanding guard our hearts and minds during this trying time ! Till we meet again my friend!

  11. I was a good friend of calabl new him for 25 years work with and college Station 2006 unil20011 and still friends today Great person will miss him so

  12. Sending my deepest sympathy to the family, I’ve know Caleb since 2014 from CSISD Transportation, and he was the same every time you saw him. When I left transportation. I explained to him my reason for having to leave, and he was very understanding. Gone too soon. RIPCaleb

  13. You were a fair boss. When I had a problem you would help me with it. I believe my favorite part of working at college station ISD transportation was coming back from morning route & him & Mr. Silva holding the back open for us & saying good morning. I believe you will be greatly missed. I don’t think you realized how much love people had for you. I hope that you are at peace now.

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