Caleb Brown DIANA � And can it be that in a world so full and busy the loss of one creature makes a void so wide and so deep that nothing but the width and depth of eternity can fill it up. (Charles Dickens) Caleb Brown died too soon on October 26, 2015, leaving a loving and beloved family to mourn his loss forever. Caleb was born May 14, 1984 in Longview, Texas. He was a lifelong resident of Diana, Texas and lived there with his wife, Kameron Aguirre Brown and five beautiful children. He was a 2002 graduate of New Diana High School, where he was known for his whip intellect, playful spirit, courageous heart and sense of adventure. Caleb was a caretaker, and he made that his life�s work. He held a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas at Tyler, a Masters of Business Administration degree from Letourneau University and was certified as a nurse practitioner by Texas Tech University. He practiced in emergency, intensive care, nursing home and family practice settings, caring for many across East Texas during his career. He and Kameron owned and operated Vitality Health & Wellness, a health care clinic in Diana. Caleb was generous with his time and skill, and his patients consistently rated his care and service as exceptional. He began his service to the community when a teenager as a volunteer firefighter and first responder in Diana and Ore City. His first love was his beautiful family. He is survived by his loving wife Kameron. They were married May 22, 2004. He and Kameron have five beautiful children: Breanna Mackenzie, Bianca Emaline, Brinklie Olivia, Braylie Alexandra and Bryson Leverett. He worked hard to provide for his family, and also supported his children�s many extracurricular activities: cheerleading, volleyball, art, softball, basketball, and band. Caleb deeply enjoyed cooking for his family and shared his love of cooking with his children. Over two generations, he and his family held Grand Champion titles in the yam pie contest at the East Texas Yamboree in Gilmer. He was so proud that his children carried on this tradition. Caleb was also a man of faith. He was a lifelong member of the Graceton Church of Christ and recently a member at the Pine Tree Church of Christ. He is further survived by his mother, Denise Cooper; his brother and sister-in-law, Tristan and Tricia Brown; and his Nana, Sandra McCellon, all of Diana; two loving aunts, Venita McCellon-Allen of Shreveport, along with her husband, Don Allen; and Tina Turner of Diana. He leaves behind a posse of cousins: Hannah Turner of Austin; Lissy Turner of Lufkin; and Mary Carol Allen of New York. He is also loved and survived by Kameron�s family: Daisy Kelley, his mother-in-law; father-in-law Ray Aguirre; sisters and brothers in law Kristina and Jeff Gaston; Karrie and Trent Tutt; and a brother in law Tristan Kelley; nieces Trinity and Tatum Tutt; and Ryland and River Gaston, all of Longview. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, J. L. McCellon. He loved his Papa dearly. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Caleb�s family from 1 � 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 31 at the Graceton Church of Christ, 384 Lazy Daisy Road at the corner of FM 1972, Gilmer. The memorial service to celebrate Caleb�s life will be held Sunday, November 1, at 2 p.m., also at the Graceton Church of Christ. Arrangements are under the direction of Grubbs-Loyd Funeral Home in Diana, Texas.