Heather Anne Cador

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our mom, Heather Anne Cador, on February 18, 2022 in Winnipeg, MB.

Heather was born in Ocean Falls, B.C. on September 9, 1949. She leaves behind to mourn her three children, Desiree (Jay), Ryan (Dee), Tyler (Jolene), and three grandchildren Hayley, Brayden, and Alyssa. She will also be missed by her sister Charlotte (John), her brother Robert as well as other family and friends.

Heather was multi-skilled and passed those skills to her children. She was especially happy when she was coaching baseball. Heather was well known and respected in both the baseball and hockey community. She loved the underdog and was always able to see the good in people, even when they struggled to see it for themselves.

Her greatest joy in life was being a mother, and a grandmother, and all the fond experiences she had of being both. For this, she will be greatly missed.

Out of respect to her wishes, there will be no funeral.

Rest in peace mom. You’re no longer in pain. We love you.

Friends and family are invited to share memories and condolences on Heather’s memorial page by using the comment field below.

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8 thoughts on “Heather Anne Cador

  1. Heidi

    Your mum was a shining light she always welcomed me with open arms and loved me like I was her own. When I first moved to Brandon every chance I got I came back to Selkirk where I would live at your house for the weekend. Des, Ryan and Tyler I am so very sorry for your loss no matter what age you are it is hard loosing a parent love you all

    • Desiree Cador

      Thank you Heidi ❤
      She loved you! Xoxo

  2. Beverly Jacobson

    Will miss my best friend. I always called her my chosen sister. Family. We play cribbage an drank coffee. We laughed an cried together. We shared our secrets. I loved her like my own family( well maybe better sometimes). She was always there for me. I tried to be there for her in return. I love sis your no longer in pain. Your at peace now. Thank you for being my friend. My condolences to the family. I know you will miss her so very much. My heart goes out for you.

  3. Thyme J. CAMPBELL

    Good mourning my dear cousins. Your mama blessed me and many others with her care and wisdom of the ages. She taught me how to clean, pray and LOVE unconditionally for our family and world as a whole. Sending BIG hugs and so much LoVe your way today and everyday! Aunty H, you will be truly missed and are loved by many.
    Thanks for looking out for us, you warrior woman!!
    Love always
    Your JJ

  4. Marna Jensen

    It is with true sadness that I read the announcement today…it made her being gone a reality. I have so many wonderful memories of how we shared our lives that she will remain in my heart forever. I send Desi, Ryan and Tyler all my love in this time of such a great loss. My Hedy is now safe in the arms of Jesus and hurts no more.I love you my cousin…my Hedy.

  5. Colin Stumborg

    RIP, My Dear Sister In Law !!

  6. Donna

    I loved your mom with all my heart when you said that she was there for those that struggled she was there for me the best woman ever she put everybody first before herself I loved her more than words can say and I will never ever forget her

  7. Tabatha

    Dear Heather,
    Just days before you passed away you were on my mind. I was thinking about how no matter where my mom was you would always call her on her birthday to sing happy birthday to her.
    You meant so much to my mom, you were always there for her even if not in person you were there by phone or messenger.
    My children and I will greatly miss you.
    Thank you for being such a kind loving person.
    Remember this isn’t goodbye we will see you later.
    Love Tabatha (Tabby)
    My condolences to your family xoxoxox

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