Willard N. Calhoun

Born: 03/24/1939 Passed:

Willard N. Calhoun, 81, passed to heaven on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at home in Lorain, Ohio. He was born on March 24, 1939, in Everett, Pennsylvania, son of the late Simon and Maude (Clark) Calhoun. Willard was a graduate of Everett High School. He proudly served in the United States Army National Guard from January 1960 to 1963. He raised his family in Wheeling, West Virginia from 1970 to 1986; Greensboro, North Carolina from 1986-1989; Summerville, South Carolina from 1989 to 2019. Moving to Lorain, Ohio near his daughter Christine from March 2019 to August 2020.  He was a devoted father and grandfather who was always there for his daughters and helped raise his grandsons.  He enjoyed visiting amusement parks, riding bikes, taking walks on nature trails and many fun activities with his family.

Along with his parents, Willard was preceded in death by his former wife, Lorraine (Smith) Calhoun and siblings, Robert Calhoun, Marvin Calhoun, Clyde Calhoun, Allen Calhoun, Pauline Pee and Louise Imler.

Willard will be dearly missed by his daughters Christine (Brynn) Grieve, Melissa Calhoun and Teresa Arthur; his three grandchildren, Eneth Calhoun, William Arthur, and Londyn Grieve; his one great-grandchild, Raelynn Calhoun (Eneth’s daughter); and his siblings, Arlene Strait, Vera Ramsey, Dean Calhoun and Leo Calhoun.

Final arrangements made by Heritage Cremation Society, 303 South Chapel Street, Louisville, OH 44641. Online condolences may be expressed at https://www.heritagecremationsociety.com/

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2 Tributes to Willard N. Calhoun

  1. Eneth Alan Calhoun says:

    Willard Calhoun was a great man, and a great Grandfather. No he was more than that, he was my father, he looked after me while my mom worked almost everyday trying to give me a good life, he taught me many things about being a man and how the world works, he taught me things like how to play catch, ride a bike, fish, and how to drive a car, I could never be more grateful for these thing nor the memories these bare, it’s hard to think about them because it feels like it was just yesterday, when time was simple, but now we must face the cruel and complex facts of morality and learn to never forget him or his memories because that’s how he will live on in our hearts. I love you papa, rest and peace.

    • Melissa Calhoun says:

      Melissa Calhoun Willard Calhoun was best dad ever i love him so much he did everything for me he was always there for me he work very hard to make sure we had everything we wanted he love all us and he did everything for us he was always there if i need help with my homework he loves to take us on vacation we always went to amusement parks we went other places like museums zoos we always went to the dog race all the time a great life with him we always live somewhere different because he didn’t like the snow and when I had my son Eneth Calhoun he love Eneth so much like his son he always wanted son and sure did love Eneth so much he was the best father for him cause Eneth dad was never there for him he help me with Eneth all time and he love going place with him and he teach Eneth everything he new and Eneth turn out great son he is so proud of you Eneth he love you so much he did anything for you it’s so sad that he is going to soon going miss you so much i love you very thanks for everything love you

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