Kerry Dean Caves

Kerry Dean Caves, 61, of Springtown Texas, passed away on July 10, 2021.

Kerry was born in Madison, Wisconsin on March 7, 1960. He graduated from Adams Friendship High School and went on to receive his Bachelors degree from The University of Dubuque.

Kerry was married to the love of his life Janine, who he created a beautiful family with. Together they built a legacy of commitment, integrity, and family.

Kerry was a partner and the Chief Operating Officer of Weaver. Outside of work, Kerry enjoyed traveling to Wisconsin where you could find him fishing at his cabin or attending Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers games. At home in Texas, he enjoyed preparing grilled and smoked meats, along side his famous twice baked potatoes. He was actively involved in supporting Cornerstone Community Church through funding mission trips, VBS, and anything else Janine and Kacey pulled him into.

Kerry is survived by his Wife, Janine; Daughter Melissa; Son Jeremy and Wife Amanda; Daughter Kari and Husband Brian; Daughter Kacey and Husband Paul; Daughter Teaaira and Husband Jake; and Son Kory. Grandchildren: Victoria and Husband Bodie, Jaden and Fiancé Cole, Emily, Tegan, Regan, Julianna, Logan, Emmaline, Addaline, Grayson, Britan, Jackson, and Madelyn. Great Grandchildren: Kingsley and Reign. Kerry is survived by his Mother Jan and Husband Jim; Brothers Phillip, Don, Jim, and R.A.; Sisters Janey, Kami, and Kassie.

Kerry is preceded in death by his grandchildren Wells Cochran and Loraline Cochran; Parents Phillip Caves, Van Etta Caves, Harvey Humberson, and Juanita Humberson; Grandparents Ronald Caves, Virginia Caves, Russell Jensen, and Leona Jensen.

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  1. Tom Jefferson says:

    Heartfelt condolences to Janine and family. Kerry was a good friend back in high school days. He was athletic and fun to be around. Kerry was kind and sensitive, hardworking and determined, and I’m sure he couldn’t be anything besides successful. It’s a tragedy to lose a good person so young.

  2. Charlie and Dana Johnson says:

    Kami, Don, and Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you.

  3. Marj and Dick Colby says:

    So sorry for your loss

  4. Karen Rank Murphy says:

    Janey and Phil, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Sending prayers to all of you. He will be deeply missed

  5. Irene Jameson says:

    Jan& family, My condolences for the loss of Kerry. Its hard to lose a child. Irene Jameson

  6. Scott Waller says:

    Very shocking and sad to hear of Kerry’s passing.
    My thoughts are with Janine and the family.

    We all had many great times in AdCo for sure, young fun.
    We also had a lot of fun in later years, especially at Badger football games.
    Later Kerry went on to be a college athlete playing quarterback and a major success in corporate accounting in Texas.
    Most of all he was a great husband and father.

    He was also a great lifelong friend who I will always miss. RIP buddy.

  7. ALBERT STEELE says:

    Kerry was a special person to so many of us. Just something special about him and his big heart and kindness. He could be tough but always fair. Great guy, I’m glad i grew up next door to him.
    I was proud to call Kerry my friend.
    RIP Kerry.

  8. Mike & Paula Fenner says:

    With deepest sympathy to the family, Kerry will be missed!
    Remembering all the good times we had with Kerry he was a Great guy and Friend!!!!!

  9. Walt Manning says:

    Deepest condolences to the Caves family. Many good times with Kerry and our friends.

  10. Jodi Lecy Helgeson and Jim Grabarski says:

    Our sympathy to Kerry’s family.

  11. Barb (Larson) Dehmlow says:

    To Kerry’s family and friends, So sorry for your loss. When I was young Kerry was at our house a lot because he hung around with my brother. I also went to school with his brothers. Sending sincere condolences to you and yours.

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