Calvin Wayne Storm, 59 of Fritch died Monday, February 19th in Amarillo. No services will be held per his request. Arrangements are by Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.
Calvin was born December 30, 1958 in Brazoria County, TX to Otis Doyle and Garnette Ann ( Ulrey) Storm. He graduated from Phillips High School. He was a welder in the oil and gas industry. He married Gerra Payne March 21, 1999 in Borger in the Seventh Day Adventist Church. He loved to hunt arrow heads, Hunting, fishing and Willie Nelson. He competed in BBQ and Smoking where he won first place in a Pampa competition.
Calvin was preceded in death by his parents and sister Carol Ann Storm.
Surviving is his Wife Gerra. Brothers Rick and wife Joann Storm of Amarillo: Alan and Sherry Storm of Fritch. Step sons Eric Giles and Joshua and wife Jennifer Storm of Amarillo. Step Daughters Julie Kemp and Sara Giles both of Amarillo. Grandchildren Brice, Marlee, Maggie, Dustin, Meghan and Kaiden. Numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Best friend Tim Hedrick.
I commend you to the care of the Al-mighty.
And may we all be in your prayers
Your Friend Always Tim
Tim HedrickBorger, TX
Enjoyed working with Calvin and sharing God's word with him. Had a super smile and always had a story to share. Cheerful in all weathers, splendid behavior.
So sorry for your loss. May God comfort you.
Carolyn Prock WilkinsonFritch, TX
Dale & Paula SkidmoreLUBBOCK, TX
What a blessing you were to my mom Calvin. In the 20 yrs I got to know you we had a lot of good times with the family. I’ll sure miss fishing and cooking out with you. I know you have found peace! I’ll see you again!! I love ya Calvin!!
Josh GilesAmarillo, TX
Rest in Peace my friend
Mark Trumblyfritch, TX
Rest in Peace, Calvin.
Sandra Schroeder SargentSouthlake, TX
So very sorry for your loss. Calvin was such a sweet and caring person.
May God bless and keep you all through this sad time
Teresa ChristianFritch, TX
Allen,Rick and the Storm Family.I'm so sory to here of Calvin's passing.He will be sorely missed.My Prayers are with you all.RIP My man!
Rickie HallLubbock, VA
Alan, Rick, and family, so sorry for your loss. We know your hearts are hurting and we are praying for some peace to come to all of you.
Robin and Valerie AdkinsMidlothian, TX
So sorry for your loss. I know words don't mean much now during this painful loss. May God wrap his arms around each and everyone in your family and bring comfort and bring peace to you. God Bless you.
Steve and Belinda Shirley
Steve and Belinda ShirleyCollege Station, TX
Worked with Calvin for many years and had some great times with him. Sorry for your loss and will be praying for the family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you...so glad I got to visit with him a couple weeks ago...will miss seeing him at the grocery store.
Bill and Renee PhillipsFritch, TX
It was my honor working with you and knowing you all these years my brother, you will be greatly missed. May you be at peace.
Dan DwightPampa, TX
Worked with Calvin for years, always fun to be around and I will miss the political discussions/arguments. Rest in peace and prayers for the family and friends.
Calvin kept thing's interesting that's for sure had fun working with him may God bless his family and bring comfort to you
So sorry for your loss. May God bless and keep you all. Remember the good times and your grief will eventually pass. Love will get you through this.
Cecil R. ProckAmarillo, TX
Every time I think of Calvin, I remember the night me and Mandy begged him to tell us some scary stories. I made her stay up all night with me after that. Great times.....
Krystal KunceBorger, TX
Have known the Storm family for years, Calvin was a good man.
Larry TurnerBorger, TX
Rest in Peace my friend . I was fortunate to have known you for the past 22 years, you will be dearly missed by all that knew you . May God bring peace and comfort to your family.
Dewayne DamronPampa, TX
I had the privilege of working with Calvin for the last 10 years he was a fun person to have around. I will forever miss him. god bless you all.
mark fleetwoodborger, TX