Wade Ryan Adison
CASTLE DALE - Our loving son and brother, Wade Ryan Adison, passed away on Sunday, July 25, 2021. He was born August 14, 1989, in Price, UT, to Forrest Jr. and Rita Platero Adison.
He is survived by parents Forrest Jr. and Rita Adison, Castle Dale, UT; sisters Brianne (Cole) Fisher, Kamas, UT, Desirae (Tony) Heaton, Chandler, AZ, Shannon Adison, Pleasant Grove, UT; and brother Kurt (Amanda) Adison, Smithfield, UT. Wade is preceded in death by grandparents Forrest Sr. and Esther Jones Adison; and grandmother Bessie (Sam) Platero.
Wade was blessed with creativity in his sketch art and silversmith work. He loved customizing his shoes and creating concept designs. He was also proud of his Dine (Navajo) heritage. This inspired his silversmith work. He supported American Indian Rights and felt it was important to remember where he came from. He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He valued his culture and religion, both helped him through difficult times. Music was a big part of his everyday life. It helped him with his relaxation, and it enhanced his imagination. He often would take a drive listening to his favorite songs from Weezer or listen to a variety of podcasts about movies or paranormal/crypted tales. You would often see Wade in D-Wade or Under Armour clothing while wearing one of his many Adidas D.O.N. Issue #1 shoes. His quiet and large frame may come across intimidating, but he was a gentle giant--calm with a deep voice. As a sports fan, he cheered on the Denver Broncos and the Utah Jazz through the good and bad times. He has been a Dwayne Wade fan ever since he was little because they shared names. One of his most favorite activities to do was to go to the movie theater. He was an avid opening night moviegoer, especially if it was a movie with his favorite character Batman or Marvel movie. He was a fan of all movie genres and he enjoyed talking about them. He once completed an Avengers movie marathon. He loved to laugh and watch comedic TV shows like The Simpsons, Community, and Superstore. His witty sense of humor made him fun to be around. He worked hard and was reliable. He was often complimented for his customer service at Sam's Club, which he worked for many years. He was dependable and would get the job done. He excelled at being an uncle. He loved each of his nieces Alexia, Alma, Scarlett, and Poppy, and nephews Isaac and Dominic. Most importantly, he was most loyal to his family and friends. He will be dearly missed.
Funeral services will be Saturday, July 31, 2021, at 11:00am at the Castle Dale 2nd Ward Building, 35 East Main St. Castle Dale, UT. Interment will be in the Castle Dale Cemetery.
Services are in care of Fausett Mortuary. Friends and family may sign the online guestbook and share memories of Wade at www.fausettmortuary.com