The Frank H. and Fannie W. Caldwell Society at Louisville Seminary was established in 1995 to recognize those who have supported the mission of Louisville Seminary with a planned gift or bequest. Today, there are more than 200 members, each providing vision and direction—a very real future—for Louisville Seminary.
Frank H. Caldwell served as President of the Seminary for 28 years, as well as six years as Professor of Homiletics before becoming President. He directed the PCUS Foundation, led the effort to reunite the northern and southern churches from the 1930s to the 1950s and influenced the lives of hundreds of Louisville Seminary students. He died in 1987.
Fannie W. Caldwell was well known and loved on campus for her genuine caring and hospitality. She was known for never forgetting a face or a name, an ability that greatly contributed to the Seminary’s ministry over the years. She died in 2008. The Caldwells had two daughters, Anne Caldwell and Pat McKnight, and one son, John.
For additional information about the Caldwell Society or about any deferred gift vehicles, please contact: Greg Clark
, Director of Church Relations
Office for Institutional Advancement
1044 Alta Vista Road
Louisville, KY 40205
View a list of the Caldwell Society members.