Waco: Salvation Army officials are moving on

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WACO, Texas (KWTX) After nearly four years in Central Texas, Salvation Army Majors Bradley and Anita Caldwell announced they are leaving.

They will be returning to Mississippi where they first met and Bradley is from.

“We will rekindle some fond memories in this relocation, just as we will treasure warm recollections of our days in the Lone Star State,” the Caldwells said in a statement.

“Thank you to each person who shared our ministerial journey in Waco and McLennan County, helping The Salvation Army alleviate human suffering and engender a holy hope.”

Before coming to Waco the two spend more than a decade in Eastern Europe working in Russia, the Republic of Georgia, Moldavia and Romania.

“We will take Texas standards with us, the huge patriotism and can do spirit sense of pioneering,” Bradley Caldwell said Friday.

The move to Central Texas in 2014 was their first appointment in America after a decade overseas.
The pair’s last day will be June 17.