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Cassie Lanae (Evans) Reding
June 7, 1973 ~ December 14, 2022 (age 49) 49 Years Old
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Cassie Lanae Reding, also known as 'Mama Reding' age 49 of Nampa Idaho, passed away peacefully in her home on December 14, 2022. after her battle with metastatic breast cancer.
Cas was born on June 7, 1973 to her loving parents Ardena Wright and Dale Evans in Nyssa, Oregon. She grew up dancing and cheering, but above all things she loved doing rodeo where she was awarded many titles of rodeo queen with her favorite horse 'Foxy'.
She attended West Junior High where she met Paul Hackney, and the young pair welcomed their baby boy Cory into the world. Being young parents was not easy. but above all else Cory was a blessing and Paul and Cassie shared a short married together.
A few years later Cassie and Shawn Reding reconnected and began a life of their own, marrying in 1995. They ;ater welcomed three more children, Tristan, Kelsey and Evan into their lives. Having worked in many trades Cassie loved her photography business most of all, shooting family photos, weddings and babies.
Cassie was preceded in death by her mother, Ardena; grandpa, Leroy; brother, Rob; aunt Joyce, and dearest cousin, Dusty. She is survived by her grandmother, Ruby; father, Dale; siblings, Kimberly, Debbie, Rodney, Briank; her children, Cory and wife Stacia, Tristan, Kelsey, Evan, and her greatest treasures of all, her grandchildren, Daxton (5) Nyxie (2) Aura (3) Jerramie (3) and her bonus granddaughter, Layla (7).
Cassie will be remembered for her warmth and love she shared with everyone she encountered. She was selfless beyond measure and loved and cherished her family more that words. Everyone who knew her heart, knew it was made of gold. As she would tell her children each day "Bless somebody today!"
We Love you Cas! Until we meet again.