On February 12, 2003, a handsome son was born to Darrough and Kaytrena Chambers.
At a very early age, Caleb accepted Christ as His Savior and united with the Wesson Street Church of God In Christ in El Dorado, Arkansas under the leadership of Superintendent Lennie Clemons, Jr. He attended church every Sunday with his “Granny Marsha” who was his Sunday School Teacher.
Later, he attended Abundant Liberty Ministries under the leadership of Pastor Kenneth Clemons.
Caleb took pleasure in being the designated driver for his friends during their time together. One of his most outstanding qualities was his warm and pleasant personality. He had a very caring heart and didn’t mind expressing his true feelings. He also enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, driving cars that weren’t his, and always thinking he was “FLY”.
Riding horses was another one of his enjoyments, and he became a member of Circle L5 Riding Club of Fort Worth, Texas in 2017. He attended Strong -Huttig High School, where he was a proud member of the Bulldogs Football and Basketball Teams and a member of the National Honor Society.
He was preceded in death by his maternal great grandparents; Robert Lee Duckworth and Perciel & Trenie Smith, his paternal grandparents; Jimmy Ladd and Bessie Chambers, great grandparents; Dayton Wilber and Lillie Green, his oldest brother; Darrough Krashon Chambers.
Caleb transitioned from this life on Sunday, May 31, 2020, at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas.
His precious memories will be cherished by his parents; Kaytrena Chambers of Strong, Arkansas, and Darrough & MeKiya Chambers of Crowley, Texas. Four sisters; Bestiny Chambers of Strong, Arkansas, Tiffany Johnson, Candis Chambers both of Little Rock, Arkansas, and MeKaila Dorsey of Crowley, Texas. One brother; LaDarius Chambers of Crowley, Texas. Five nieces; Miracle Mayfield, Cassidy Williams, Malaysis Mayfield, Ariyah Brooks, and Dakota Chambers; Three nephews; LaDarius Chambers, Jr., Daxton Chambers, and Ashtyn Chambers, His grandparents; Marsha Smith and Percy Lee (Cindy) Smith all of Strong, Arkansas, his great grandmother; Ethel Kemps of Strong, Arkansas. His favorite cousin that he referred to him as” his son”; Shaundarius “Tuk” Shelton, Mekhi “MJ” Jackson, Emauri Newton, and Derrian Thomas.
He also leaves a host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, extended family, and friends who love and will miss him dearly.
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Public Visitation Friday June 5, 2020 at 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. at the Strong Gymnasium. Funeral Service June 6, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. at the Strong Stadium, Interment at Pine Grove Cemetery under the direction of Sims Mortuary. Sign the guestbook at www.simsmortuary.comTo order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Caleb Jalee'l Chambers, please visit our flower store.