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Lance Cade

Lance Cade

(1981 – 2010)

  • Rest in peace, Lance Cade. May the stories of your life burn as brightly as this candle in the hearts of those that loved you.
    Lit by Mary Sweeney
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Lance Cade

Lance Cade
(1981 – 2010)
About Lance
This is an online obituary in memory of Lance Cade. Lance K. McNaught (Lance Cade) was an American professional wrestler. He was best known for his time in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where he performed under the ring names Garrison Cade and Lance Cade.
After being trained by Shawn Michaels, Lance Cade made his debut in 1999, and worked in Japan before being signed to a developmental contract by WWE. He was assigned to Memphis Championship Wrestling, and later Heartland Wrestling Association, before ending up in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) in 2003. In OVW, he formed a tag team with Mark Jindrak, and they were promoted to the Raw brand in June 2003. In 2004 the team split up, and Lance Cade took time
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About Lance
off after a knee injury, before returning to Raw with a new tag partner in Trevor Murdoch. The pair teamed together for almost three years, before they broke up in May 2008. Lance Cade then entered a storyline with Chris Jericho and Michaels, however, he was released on October 14, 2008.
Lance Cade was a three-time World Tag Team Champion with Murdoch in WWE, and has also held the HWA Heavyweight Championship and HWA Tag Team Championship with both Steve Bradley and Mike Sanders. He was a former one-time TWA Television Champion in the Texas Wrestling Alliance.
Lance Cade started his wrestling career by becoming a student of Shawn Michaels at the Shawn Michaels Wrestling Academy in San Antonio, Texas in
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1999.
Lance Cade passed away on 13 August 2010. This is a tribute dedicated to his memory.
Remembrance Messages
On 15th Aug 2010
sin smith
wrote:
may the good lord walk with ya hand in hand .. while his loving arms wrap around ya and all ways bless ya ... we will forever remember ya and your light shall never be blown out. may you family find peace knowning that one day you all will meet once again. for this is not a goodbye .. it is only see ya later im sure you will be watching over your family making sure they are safe from all harm .... god bless you lance we love ya my friend rest in peace
Remembrance Messages
On 14th Aug 2010
Mary Sweeney
wrote:
My sympathies to the family during this time of heartache. May God lift you up, encourage you and give you strength.
Remembrance Messages
On 14th Aug 2010
Jonathan Dambrosio
wrote:
Lance Cade will be missed R.I.P 1981 – 2010
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Kindly lit by
Mary Sweeney
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Rest in peace, Lance Cade. May the stories of your life burn as brightly as this candle in the hearts of those that loved you.
1981 – 2010
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Lance Cade

This is an online obituary in memory of Lance Cade. Lance K. McNaught (Lance Cade) was an American professional wrestler. He was best known for his time in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where he performed under the ring names Garrison Cade and Lance Cade.
After being trained by Shawn Michaels, Lance Cade made his debut in 1999, and worked in Japan before being signed to a developmental contract by WWE. He was assigned to Memphis Championship Wrestling, and later Heartland Wrestling Association, before ending up in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) in 2003. In OVW, he formed a tag team with Mark Jindrak, and they were promoted to the Raw brand in June 2003. In 2004 the team split up, and Lance Cade took time...

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Mary Sweeney
sin smith
Jonathan Dambrosio
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