Edna Earl Cage
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Edna Earl Cage
  • December 5, 1923 - January 11, 2018
  • Sun City, Arizona

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Edna Earl Cage

12/5/1923--1/11/2018

Edna Earl was a dynamic, loving, kind, giving woman who made a positive difference in the lives of so many people, but none more than her own family.

Her husband, Emmett, was the love of her life. We are certain that he, and their two sons, Emmett Jr. and Eddie, were waiting for her with arms wide open when she arrived at those pearly gates.

For her other children, Joyce Berg (Ronald), Gary Cage (Kay), and Randy Cage (Barbara), there will always be a special place in their hearts where happy memories will comfort, bring joy, and remind them of how blessed they were to have their own special human angel for a mom.

There were no luckier grandchildren than Misty and Ron (Bua) Berg, Kari (Austin), Shawn, Josh (Sara) Cage, and Marlena Cage to have a gramma that loved and spoiled them, even long into adulthood.

Her love for, and her delight in, her great-grandchildren, Brianna and Caleb Berg, Tiffany, Dillon, Lindsay, Brittany, Morgan, Gabe, Megan, Noah, Maddie, Levi Cage and Aliesha Willingham brought her great joy, as she did to them.

Her extended family of in-laws, nieces, nephews, and friends were precious to her, and she appreciated and loved every single person. Her enthusiasm and joy with visitors always made everyone feel special.

She loved cooking for people, and her favorite recipes for rolls, red velvet cake, fried pies, cookies, candy, cinnamon toast, and fried okra are sure to be shared for generations to come.

Quilting for charities brought her great satisfaction and her fingers were moving in that motion even after she was bedridden, and near the end, making sure those quilts got to where they should was a main concern. Her heart was always for helping and loving others.

For her loved ones, there is no wish that she rest in peace. Instead, our wish is that she is actively enjoying her new body and is laughing and hugging and loving all those who went before her.




Graveside service: Wednesday, 1/17/2018, 10 a.m.

Greenwood Memory Lawn Mortuary, 719 N 27th Ave (grave site is under a big tree near the most NE corner of cemetery nearest to I-17, south of where the two freeways meet overhead.)