Michael Shane Cadle

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Service Information
Riggs Funeral Home
1979 Highway 119 S
Guyton, GA
31312
(912)-772-7047
Memorial service
Saturday, Jun. 8, 2019
1:00 PM
Garden City United Methodist Church
62 Varnedoe Ave
Savannah, GA
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Obituary

Michael Shane Cadle, 45, passed away suddenly Thursday, May 30, 2019, at his mother's home on Wilmington Island. He was an extremely talented artist with excellent attention to detail, using only a pencil or charcoal.
Shane was a free spirit who loved, and showed his love for, his family and friends. He has an older brother who he loved deeply and admired as a writer. He said many times, "Trey would be a millionaire if he would get ALL his many books published." Shane loved his grandfather, "Papa," more than life.
Shane was patient, long-suffering, loving and a most forgiving soul. He loved dogs, mostly pit-bulls, and his intoxicating smile warmed all those who came in contact with him. Shane will be truly missed by ALL who love him.
He was pre-deceased by his brother, Nick Cadle; sister, Misty Bridgeforth; and step-brother, Robbie Exley.
He is survived by his son, Joey Kidwell of Missouri; mother, Nancy Jackson of Wilmington Island; father, Eddie Cadle (JoAnn) of Port Wentworth; brothers, Trey Cadle, David Jackson and Jamie Cadle; sisters, Christine Jackson and Kimberly Cadle Zorbo (Mark); grandparents, Rev. Edward Cadle and Inez Cadle; uncles and aunts, Brenda and Larry Sapp, Joe and Tina Pope, Rita Pitts, David and Diane Wegmann, Matt and Mary Petrevitch, Pat and Julie Cadle, and Danny and Lynette Cadle. Shane is also survived by a large extended family with many cousins who loved him very much.
Memorial services will be held Saturday, June 8, 2019, at 1 p.m. at Garden City United Methodist Church, 62 Varnedoe Ave, Savannah, Ga. 31408.
Riggs Funeral Home
Published in Effingham Herald from June 5 to June 11, 2019
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