Michelle Cadle Obituary, Michelle Cadle Has Paseeed Away Unexpectedly

Michelle Cadle Death, Obituary – We are devastated to report the passing of Michelle Melissa Cadle, who was dear to us. A wake will be conducted at her house on Roland Alley in the Trial Farm neighborhood tomorrow evening, February 7. A funeral ceremony will be held on February 8 at 10:00 a.m.

She particularly loved traveling to exotic locations, including, but not limited to, Singapore, Paris, Monte Carlo, Rome, and Venice. Throughout the time her eldest son was serving with the US Army in Baghdad, Iraq, Michele made it a point to make sure that her son and all of her son’s fellow service members received a steady stream of care packages from home.

After her children were grown, she finally got the opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream and launch her own tax preparation firm. With the Internal Revenue Service, she became an enrolled agent and found tremendous joy in preparing tax forms, oftentimes at no charge, especially for elderly and disabled persons.

The only members of her immediate family who are still alive are her children Jeffrey Cadle (Clarissa) and William Cadle, both of Phoenix, Arizona, her husband Monte, her sister Elizabeth Evans (James), of Bluffton, South Carolina, her brother Fred DeVito (Cathy), of Enfield, Connecticut, and her sister-in-law Elizabeth Evans.

Rosa and Amanda DeVito, her nieces from Enfield and Bridgeport, Connecticut, Sean Evans, her nephew from Bluffton, South Carolina, and other family members. Erika, Rosa, Eva, and Sofia, her granddaughters, are all Phoenix, Arizona residents.

Before Michele was even born, her parents, Fred and Filomena (Rubino) DeVito, passed away. On March 29 at 11:00 a.m., a Memorial Mass will be held in the Catholic Church of St. Paul. After the funeral service, the body will be buried at the Hansen Desert Hills Mortuary in Scottsdale. They went to her home for Sunday church before traveling to the new cement factory (infront of terminal). May her soul find eternal peace and soar to the skies in splendor.