Eugene Erwin Sader
Eugene Erwin Sader born May 24, 1935 in Glendale, California, passed away April 13, 2013 in Ivins, Utah. He grew up in Burbank, California the son of Conrad and Marie Sader, German immigrants who came from Russia, through Nebraska, and settled in Burbank. He had an older brother, Clyde Conrad Sader, who preceded him in death, and who he greatly admired. They loved to toss the baseball around, and they will now be reunited. He grew up around his uncles' ranch. The Hudkins Brothers Stables worked with the movie studios, and owned the original horse Trigger, which was sold to Roy Rogers. During the summers, he helped his father with the horses. He was confirmed at and attended Hollywood Lutheran Church. He graduated John Burroughs High School, where he enjoyed playing baseball, photography and printing. He worked his way up from apprentice in the Sheet Metal Workers Union, working in commercial air conditioning, on the Bonaventure Hotel in L.A. among other projects. In later years he enjoyed traveling by trailer to his property in Texas, and also watching Fox News. He is survived by his daughters, Kimberly Rose, Connie Veilleux and Kristine Sader, and ex-wife Jean and Grandchildren & Great-grandchildren. He was a very generous and caring man. He is dearly loved and will be greatly missed.
Arrangements are under the direction of McMillan Mortuary 435-688-8880.
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