Matthew James Cade  2018

Matthew James Cade 2018

Matthew’s Obituary Matthew James Cade was born on September 8, 1970 in Ft. Pierce, Florida to Willie J. Smith and Mary D. Cade SmithA Lifelong resident of Fort Pierce, Florida, where he attended the locals schools here in St Lucie County. And also after he graduated in served his country in United State Army. When he returns home he was employed as a laborer in the construction industry. On Monday, December 10, 2018 at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center Matthew Cade went from earth to glory. He was preceded in death: Sister: Christal Smith, grandfather: Silas Cade and Frank Smith, grandmothers, Mary Alice Woods and Lottle Mae Smith, Uncles, Silas Cade, Jr and Eugene Smith, Johnny Smith, and Bobby Smith. Those left to cherish his memories; his loving wife: Charlotte Oliver-Cade, Sons: Kame’ron Cade, Zoriah Oliver, Matthew Smith, Sr., Cordell Cade, D’Nardderick Smith, Daughters” Zinnia Oliver, Khrystel Oliver and Jia Nova Oliver, Brothers: Dominic Smith and Kimo Smith, Sister: Deidre Brown, Grandchildren: Zyasia and Ni’Kel, great grandchild: Mia Smith, Aunt: Elizabeth Ann Smith. A host of other relatives and friends that will miss him dearly. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Matthew James Cade 2018.

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Death notice for the town of: Fort Pierce, state: Florida

death notice Matthew James Cade 2018

obituary notice Matthew James Cade 2018

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