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Ian tragically died in the devastating Christchurch Earthquake. He was a builder and died when boulders rained down on Sumner RSA and the building site he was working on next door when the 6.4 quake hit the city.

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    • 4 Years

      It has been four years since the disastrous day. As we look back, we remember you and the 184 other victims of the earthquake that shook the city, country, and world. You were and still are deeply missed by your family, friends, and all others that you knew. Remember that everyone you know is doing well. Rest in peace Ian.

      Anonymous. Toronto, Canada. Monday, February 23, 2015

    • Ianess

      I worked with Ian at Dyers road timber years ago, he was an awesome guy and always had a smile on his face,, even if he had just been told off by the boss lol I'm sorry we never caught up for a beer mate, keep smiling, that's how all your friends and family will remember you,, RIP Smiling down on us.

      Jon. Christchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, March 08, 2011

    • :) x

      Good bye Mr caldwell, you were a very nice and kind person.
      Alot of tears have be shed for you. You have alot to smile about up there in heaven because you have such a great family. God bless you Mr Caldwell xx lots of love Jessica Flint

      Jessica Flint. christchurch, New Zealand. Saturday, March 05, 2011

    • Great mate

      Ian you will be greatly missed and forever mourned, our lunchtimes will never be the same without you,
      No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye, you were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why

      Aaron and Ann Ilton. Christchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, March 01, 2011

    • Ian Caldwell

      He was a good friend sadly missed always remeber your mow on your lip and the camping trips we did before we had our families. So sorry we lost touch over the years. Julie and girls we feel your sorrow Ian will be in our hearts and thoughts always
      Steve and Sharon Zane and Ashleigh Whitlow

      sharon Whitlow. Christchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, March 01, 2011

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