The Men of the 5th Bomb Group (H) Association and their families are saddened by the loss of their fellow warrior, Art Cader. Rest in peace, dear man. You served your country with courage, commitment and sacrifice. We will not let you be forgotten.
I am sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you be comforted by the words found at (Psalms 46:1) "God is our refuge and strength. A help that is readily found in times of distress"
Many years ago Art mentored me when I worked for him and his great old father Morris" Mr Chewed Cigar" Wonderful memories. You were an example to live by. Rest in peace.
To the Cader family, I often think back to my early years in Petaluma when you lived on Weaverly Drive. Your open hospitality made an impression on me at a very young age. Very nice folks. Thinking of you.
Our condolences to Mr Cader's family, especially Janice. It is never easy when your parents die, no matter what their age. Your Dad sounds Ike he was quite a guy.
Best, Tony & Joy Dobson Way, Ashland, Oregon
(formerly from Petaluma)