Noblesville City Judge Caldwell Dies

CaldwellIt is with great sorrow that Mayor John Ditslear announces that Noblesville City Judge Gregory L. Caldwell passed away last night. He was 74 years old. The Honorable Caldwell has served as the judge of Noblesville City Court since 1992.

“The city has lost a friend and valued colleague.  He has been a tremendous public servant and steadfast member of the city court system. Our hearts go out to Judge Caldwell’s family and those in the courts that worked closely with him,” Ditslear said.

Judge Caldwell graduated from Wendell L. Willkie High School in Elwood, Indiana in 1960, Indiana University with an AB in Political Science in 1964 and the Indiana University Law School in Indianapolis with a J.D. in 1968.  He began practicing law in Tipton, Indiana in 1968 where he was a deputy prosecutor for three years.  Caldwell has been a resident of Hamilton County since 1972 and has maintained a law practice in Noblesville since that year also serving as a Hamilton County Deputy Prosecutor from 1972 to 1977.

Judge Caldwell is a member of the Hamilton County Bar Association and the Indiana City and Town Court Judges Association.  During his years of law practice, Caldwell has had professional memberships in the Indiana State Bar Association, Tipton County Bar Association, Hamilton County Bar Association and Indiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.  He also is a charter member and past president of the Noblesville Sunriser’s Kiwanis Club and has been a Kiwanian since 1968. He belongs to the Noblesville Elks Lodge and the Fox Prairie Men's Golf Club.

Caldwell has two sons: Trent, wife Theresa and daughter Taylor, and Travis, wife Rebecca and daughter Lucy and son Dane. He attended First Christian Church, Sunrisers Kiwanis and Elks in Noblesville and is a member of the Hamilton County Bar Association.

The city is awaiting notification of arrangements and funeral plans.