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William Cade

William Robert "Bill" Cade

Tuesday, December 1st, 1942 - Thursday, February 25th, 2021
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William Robert Cade born December 1, 1942 in Arvada, Colorado to parents Kenneth Dean Cade, and Elvira Jane (Young) Cade. Died on February 25, 2021 in Arvada, Colorado. William was known as Bill. He is survived by his daughter Mitzi (Cade) Galgano, Richard Galgano (son-in-law), and grandchildren Dominic Galgano, Natalie Galgano, Richard Vincent Galgano, Margaret (Maggie) Galgano, Eric Cosper, Garrett Hollingsworth, Brenna Hollingsworth. His Siblings Dean Cade, Kay Cade (sister-in-Law), Cheryl (Cade) White and David Rankin (brother-in-law). Nieces and Nephews, Theresa Clutts, Jimmy Clutts, Janey Sterling, Laurie Walter, Mark Cade, Gary Cade, Bonnie Garcia-Johns, Susan White. Preceded in death are his parents, Kenneth Cade, Elvira Cade, his siblings Roberta Cade, Laura Cade, and daughter Michelle Hollingsworth.

Bill was done with school or school was done with him by the 8th grade. He went on to work picking produce in the fields, loading and unloading trucks, landscaping, working at Grandpa Chester Cochran and Daisy’s Cochran’s Piggly Wiggly Store in St. Francis, Kansas. He learned how to drive trucks, drove over the road and later became a heavy equipment operator. He worked for Coors, Wadsworth Excavating, Beghtol Trucking, and MBR Trucking to name a few. He retired at age 62 to spend time with his grandchildren.


His funeral service is being held at Arvada Cemetery, for close family members, where he will be buried next to his father Kenneth Cade.

In lieu of flowers please send cards to Mitzi Galgano 5105 Eldridge St., Golden Co. 80403 or donate to Ronald McDonald House in his name at www.rmhc-denver.org. Please enter the following notification information: Mitzi Cade-Galgano 5105 Eldridge Street, Golden CO 80403 Thank you for your generosity and support.
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Susan White

Posted at 05:48pm
One of my favorite memories of my Uncle was when he would take Mitzi and I to work with him when he worked down below Olde town Arvada. We knew we were gonna rule the roost! It was a large yard that had heavy equipment and other stuff on it. Uncle Bill would go off to work or take care of something in the shop and Mitzi and I were given the freedom of driving around and within the yard! Needless to say... We were driving way before we were sixteen! I also remember staying on the farm, riding in his semi, and when we would visit him in the mountains and he took us horse back riding.
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