Michael Scott Wade

Born: Mon., Jun. 29, 1959
Died: Sun., Dec. 31, 2017


Military Honors

2:00 PM Tue., Jan. 09, 2018
Location: Marion National Cemetery


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Michael Scott Wade, 58 years old, from Indianapolis, Indiana, passed away Sunday December 31, 2017.  Mike was born June 29, 1959, the oldest son of Mavor and Janet (DeLong) Wade.  Mike grew up on their farm northwest of Kenmare, North Dakota.  He had 2 brothers and 4 sisters.  He graduated from Kenmare High School and studied mechanical engineering at NDSU for 2 years. Mike then enlisted in the navy and served for 12 years.  He was stationed in Spain, Japan, and the Aleutian Islands in Alaska. Mike started his own electrical parts company in Alaska after his service in the Navy. After that he worked for a pharmaceutical company in Indianapolis, Indiana, worked in Williston, ND for a while and then moved back to Indianapolis, Indiana and worked there. Mike liked hunting and fishing, the Colts and went to the Indianapolis 500 several times.

Michael Wade is preceded in death by his parents, Mavor and Janet (DeLong) Wade, his Grandparents Percy and Mary (Shafer) Wade and Ralph and Mildred (Hart) DeLong, his siblings, Kathy Lynne, Douglas James and Nancy Sue Wade and his niece, Melissa Ann Buechler. Also, Aunts and Uncles Woodrow, Twan, Lynas (Tommy), Percy, Argyll, Loyce and Ronnyce Wade,  Eugene (Buster) and Glaudia (Wade) Bly, Susan (DeLong) Miiller and Roland (Terry) Delong.

 He is survived by his wife, Lynnette (Cartwright) Wade, his brother and sisters Barbara Jean Wade of Rochester, MN, Jeffrey Allen and Robyn (Berg)Wade of Williston, ND, and Sandra Jane Wade of Bismarck, ND, his Aunts and Uncles Ardis (Billie) Mortensen, Harley and Cheryl (Wade) Dornink, Dennis and Pat (DeLong) Slaaen, Merle and Deanna DeLong, Keith and Meiko DeLong, and Steven DeLong and his nieces and nephews Sami and John Tayeb, Travis and Jessica (Lance) Kaiser, Felicity (Nicolas) Satermo, Stevie Kindt and Brittany and Michael Buechler.

The Committal Service with Military Honors will be at Marion National Cemteery

1700 E 38th ST Marion  Grant County, IN 46952 Tuesday Jan 9 at 14:00.

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