In Memory of




Obituary for Wayne Harvey Cada

CADA, Wayne Harvey

In Loving Memory of Wayne Harvey Cada

Wayne Harvey Cada, born on September 23, 1941, to the loving parents of Angus and Elizabeth Cada in Ontario, Canada, has peacefully passed away on March 9, 2024, at the Sault Area Hospital. He was a beloved father, cherished grandfather, and treasured brother. Wayne's presence brought warmth and joy to all who knew him, and his memory will forever be held close to the hearts of those he touched.

Wayne was a man of remarkable character and unwavering integrity. He approached life with a kind and generous spirit, always ready to lend a helping hand and offer words of wisdom to those in need. He was father to his daughters, Amanda, and Lynn Myles. Step Father to the late Tracy, Darlene, Roberta. As a grandfather to Brent (Nikki) Myles, Farah, Melanie, Eric and Christopher. And saddened by the loss of his beloved grandchild Taylor Myles, Wayne's love and memories of Taylor will forever remain in his heart.

Wayne was also a beloved brother to his late siblings, Johnny, Bobby, Randy, Roger, and late sister Judy. Despite the passage of time, the bond shared between them remained unbreakable, and Wayne's passing leaves a void that can never be filled.

Throughout his life, Wayne found solace and joy in the companionship of Sirius, who was more than just a pet but a loyal friend and confidant. Their bond was a source of comfort and companionship, enriching both their lives immeasurably and now reunited.

Donations can be made to the Sault Area Hospital Foundation ( or The Alzheimer Society Sault Ste. Marie & Algoma District ( in Wayne's honor. A special thank you goes out to the Palliative Care Nurses On 3B At Sault Area Hospital, Dr Dawson, Dr Tull, and Dr Sighn who were really the best in a very sensitive, and caring manner as they dealt with him and the family.

Though Wayne may no longer be with us in body, his spirit will forever guide and inspire us. Cremation has taken place and with Wayne's wishes no service will be held. May he rest in peace, reunited with his loved ones who have gone before him, and may his memory continue to bring comfort and solace to those who mourn his loss.