Wallie Jean Caldwell

Wallie Jean Caldwell passed away on July 7, 2023 at home in Indiantown, Fla., following a short illness.

Wallie was born in Nashua on October 13, 1940 and grew up in Milford, She was the daughter of Walter and Fiora (Bernasconi)


Wallie graduated from Milford High School in 1958 and attended Keene State College. She married her high school sweetheart, Jerry Liljeberg and they lived together happily for five years, welcoming a son, Michael. Jerry was tragically killed in a car accident and Wallie moved forward with her life with support from family and friends.

Wallie was a gifted sportswoman and manager, inheriting these skills from her father. She participated in many sports from curling all over the Northeast and Canada to golfing which she continued in Florida and became club champion.

Wallie had a very successful beauty salon in Nashua for many years, was department manager for Saks Fifth Avenue and was office manager for the Darien Medical Group while living in


In her 70s she decided to study to become a real estate agent. She did it, passing tests with flying colors and became licensed. She proceeded to sell many homes in Florida along with her good friends, Sheila and Sam May, until days before she became ill.

Wallie was predeceased by her husband, Martin Lynch and is survived by her husband William Caldwell of Indiantown, FL. She is also survived by her son Michael Lynch and his wife, Connie, of Hampton Beach; a sister, Michele (Mikey) Pino, and her husband, John, of Mt. Vernon, Maine; two step-daughters, Gretchen Anderson, her husband Mark, and children Casey of Baton Rouge, and Hayley and Kevin of New Boston; and Karen Caldwell and her son, Lou Leroux, of Oregon; two dear cousins, Thomasine (Gilmore) Kregos and Polly (Bernasconi) Belanger. Wallie was the grandmother of Kimberly (Lynch) LaCroix and husband Jon of New Boston, and Benjamin Lynch of Concord, North Carolina. She was the proud great grandmother of Hudson and Brooks LaCroix and aunt of Sky Riber and her husband, Kai, of Fayette, Maine; and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and their children Owen, Jaya and Parker.

Wallie will join dearly beloved family and friends at the East Milford


A graveside service will be planned for a future date.