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Ashley Gail Cadieu
  • April 11, 1978
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  • February 07, 2022

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Ashley Gail Cadieu was born on April 11, 1978, in Melbourne, Florida, to Paula & Mike Cadieu. She left her earthly home to be with many family members and friends in heaven on February 7, 2022.

Ashley graduated from Melbourne High School in 1996, with Honors. She received her AA degree at Brevard Community College in Melbourne, with honors. Ashley attended University of Central Florida and received her BS degree in Political Science in 2001 with the highest Latin honor: Summa Cum Laude.

Ashley received scholarships from the Kiwanis and the American Business Women’s Association.

Ashley worked for Brevard County Property Appraiser, Ally Financial, Ford Motor Company and was an Independent Consultant &Team Leader for Pampered Chef.

She was always acknowledged as being an excellent employee because she learned the job thoroughly, quickly, and trained others. She had a positive and outgoing personality – she never met a stranger.

She actively supported Down Syndrome and Autism organizations. She participated in walks for many years raising support for these organizations. Ashley was extremely proud to support Heaven For Bibs & Wipes.

Ashley is survived by her fiance’, Tom; siblings, Sarah and Garett Murdock; and her precious niece, Scarlett, and has many aunts and uncles, cousins, and friends that will deeply miss her. She was an animal lover and has 3 cats, Leonard, Sheldon, and Waffles.

Ashley is predeceased by her maternal grandparents, Fleet & Tina Burnam, and her paternal grandparents, Milton & Dottie Cadieu; her parents, Mike & Paula Cadieu; her brother, Michael Cadieu; and Uncle Gary Burnam. Besides shedding tears for the loss of these family members, she shed tears over the loss of cousins, aunts/uncles, friends and her precious dog, Maggie Mae.

A Celebration of Life event will be held in her honor from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday, April 3, 2022, at Wickham Park, 2500 Parkway Drive, Pavilion #1, Melbourne, FL 32935. The service will promptly begin at 1:30 p.m. and followed by a social gathering, food, and beverages. You are welcome to bring a covered dish.

Contact: Judy Robson, 321-537-1788


Service

Location:
Wickham Park Pavilion 1

Date & Time:
April 3, 2022 at 12:00 AM


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  1. Sarah lit a candle:
    22 May 2022
    Lit since May 22, 2022 at 5:05:01 PM

  2. Sarah says:
    17 Apr 2022
    Missing you hard today.

  3. Sarah lit a candle:
    01 Apr 2022
    Lit since April 1, 2022 at 4:54:35 PM

  4. William says:
    19 Mar 2022
    Thanks for all you did for Heaven For Bibs & Wipes. We are still chugging along! I miss you. I really wanted to talk to you about Bridgerton. It was our thing!

  5. Dolores says:
    07 Mar 2022
    Sending prayers of healing to the family.
    With lots of love.

  6. Diane and Trevor Morgan says:
    05 Mar 2022
    We met Ashley a few times over the years. She was a fun loving, generous and beautiful person who loved life. She is with the angels and her family members who went before her and is looking down on us and smiling her beautiful smile.

  7. Sheila J Hessinger says:
    05 Mar 2022
    I did not know Ashley as well as the family, other relatives and friends. I do know her Aunt Judy, which is how I got to meet Ashley. Whenever I did have a chance to see Ashley she was always laughing and joking and seem to be in such good spirits. She was funny and had a great sense of humor. I know she was so special to her Aunt Judy, and I know she loved and cared for her family very much. I know she was very smart, courageous and brave. I am glad that she is with Jesus and she is happy, healthy and loved. For all those who know Jesus, they will see her again someday!

    My deepest condolences go out to all her family, and especially to her Aunt Judy who loved her so much.

  8. Janie Pavlis lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:22:48 PM

  9. Diane and Trevor Morgan lit a candle:
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    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:22:45 PM

  10. Sheila J Hessinger lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:12:20 PM

  11. Lesa Lawhorn says:
    05 Mar 2022
    Ashley was a wonderful person with a great big heart! She was loved by so many. She will be greatly missed!

  12. Lizetta Withrow says:
    05 Mar 2022
    Ashley,

    I love you always. You will be missed greatly, not just by me but by many. Until we meet again, Zetta

  13. Jennifer Lawson says:
    05 Mar 2022
    I can remember playing Barbie’s with Ashley when we were little. We used to have so much fun when we were little. We didn’t get to see much of each other since we lived in different areas but when we did see each other, it always felt like we had never been apart. I will miss you so much. My heart aches but also is happy knowing that Ashley is at her best with all her loved ones that went before her. I will see her again one day. I love you Ashley.
    Love, your cuz,
    Jennifer

  14. Lizetta Withrow lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:39:48 PM

  15. Jennifer Lawson lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:37:52 PM

  16. Lisa Reynolds says:
    05 Mar 2022
    Ashley touched so many lives and will be missed always ❤️

  17. Sandy Smith lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:56:15 AM

  18. Sandy Smith lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:55:06 AM

  19. Aunt Judy lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:23:19 AM

  20. Cherie Pinsky says:
    05 Mar 2022
    I never knew Ashley personally, but anyone could see the beauty she shared with her friends and family. Her kind, gentle, and generous soul will live on in those those who loved her.

  21. Lisa Reynolds says:
    05 Mar 2022
    Ashley you left us to soon ! You our loved dearly by many and will be missed always ❤️

  22. Lisa Reynolds lit a candle:
    05 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 5, 2022 at 3:00:38 AM

  23. Cheryl Meadows lit a candle:
    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:32:34 PM

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    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:31:39 PM

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    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:36:59 PM

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    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:34:12 PM

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    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:33:45 PM

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    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:22:20 PM

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    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:09:28 PM

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    04 Mar 2022
    Lit since March 4, 2022 at 3:13:00 PM

  31. Theresa Travis says:
    04 Mar 2022
    Ashley, I never thought I would ever see the day where I would be writing this. Just means you have left the physical world to join love ones in the spiritual world. There is so much to say about you. From our college days, to me visiting you in St A and finally when you moved back home to Melbourne. I miss you terribly every day and I can't believe you are not here. I love you, my forever best friend.

  32. Sandy Shockley says:
    04 Mar 2022
    Ashley, I remember meeting you and Michael at a booth with your grandparents. Your Aunt Judy brought me and the girls by when Larry and my Michael were down helping victims of Andrew. I kept up with your family through Aunt Judy, then we connected on Facebook. When you moved to Jacksonville, we visited your Mother in the hospital several times.

    When you or someone in your family was sick I would let you know I was holding y’all up in prayer. It was my privilege to pray for you and your family.

    My prayers continue to cover your family and loved ones. You were greatly loved and will be greatly missed. It is our hope to see you again.

    One of my favorite verses is for your family and loved ones. It is full of promise. You are whole and well now in God’s presence.

    ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes, and there will be no more death or sorrow or crying or pain. All these things are gone forever.’
    ‭‭Revelation‬ ‭21:4‬ ‭

  33. Judy Robson says:
    04 Mar 2022
    Ashely is my niece but like a daughter. She often referred to me as her second mom. Over 43 years we made so many memories. She loved traditions and we had 2 special traditions. She came to our house for 35 years and helped decorate our Christmas Tree and we exchanged an ornament. Our birthdays were special, we each surprised the other with birthday decorations on their birthday. I couldn't wait to get up and see how she decorated my mail box and signs in my yard. I normally decorated her car so everyone would know it was her birthday. I will miss this tradition on April 11th. Who knows, I just may put up something any way.

    Ashley touched the heart of everyone she met. She had a heart of gold. She would do more for others than she did for herself. I am so "proud" of her owning a condo in Jacksonville and a home in Melbourne. She always welcomed family & friends into her home.

    I was with Ashley the day she accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior. I know she is in heaven, a much better place than here. I was at the hospital with her the day she left for Mayo Clinic. We hugged and prayed together. She assured me she was coming home. She would go to heaven one day but not that day. God had other plans. We know His Will is the best. Yet, we all are left here greatly missing Ashley and thankful that we had the pleasure of knowing her.

    I have been blessed to read all the comments on Facebook . Thanks to everyone who commented there and will comment here.
    I LOVE YOU, Ashley, Aunt Judy

    I loved Ashley and enjoyed her renaming me from Uncle Larry to Chaz. We had a lot of fun together. It was Judy & my pleasure to take her to see George Jones in person. A memory never forgotten. I played his music when she came over to our to decorated our Christmas tree.
    I miss her and love her. Uncle Larry "Chaz"

  34. Aunt Judy & Uncle Larry says:
    04 Mar 2022
    Ashley is missed so very much. She was like a daughter to me and she often referred to me as her second mom. We had a very close bond. I was there the day she was born and with her before she started the trip to Mayo. I know that Ashley is in heaven. I was with her when she made her profession of Faith. The last time I saw her in the hospital, we prayed together and hugged. She told me she was coming home and knew she was going to heaven one day, not now. Heaven is better than here. She is at peace and with other loved ones. I'm so grateful she was my niece. I will always remain very Proud of her and carry my memories until we meet again.

    I enjoyed 35 years with her decorating my Christmas Tree and exchange an ornament. Another tradition we shared was making a big deal over the other's birthday. Before daylight of her birthday, I would go to her house and decorate her car with birthday decorations. I always looked forward to getting up and looking out side on my birthday to see she had decorated my mailbox and placed signs in my yard. I will greatly miss these two traditions. It makes me Proud of her to read all the comments posted on her Facebook page and know how much she touched others life. That was "Ashley". I am very Proud of Ashley buying a condo in Jacksonville and then a house in Melbourne and share it with family/friends. She always looked out for others more than herself. She had a heart of gold. She was well educated and loved everyone.

    I know that Ashley is in heaven. I was with her when she made her profession of Faith. The last time I saw her in the hospital, we prayed together and hugged. She told me she was coming home and knew she was going to heaven one day, not now. Heaven is better than here. She is at peace and with other loved ones. I'm so grateful she was my niece. I will always remain very Proud of her and carry my memories until we meet again. I Love You Ashley. Aunt Judy

    From: Uncle Larry: Ashley was one of the sweetest people I ever met. She always came to our house at Christmas time to help decorate our tree. She joked with me a lot and named me "Chaz." I usually played music for her. One of my fondest memories is Judy & I taking her to see George Jones in person. She loved George Jones and so did we. I will miss her a lot and loved her very much. Chaz.

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