We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Alan R. Barker Funeral Home & Chapel Inc. (Affiliated with United Crematorium Inc.)
January 12, 1967 ~ May 25, 2022
Please join us in remembering our dear friend, Cory Allan Sadler.
A memorial visitation to honor his life will be held on Monday, June 13th, 4– 7pm at Alan Barker Funeral Home & Chapel, Carleton Place.
Taken too soon & without warning on May 25th, 2022. Cory lay down for his final rest in his garden patch, with his partner Celine by his side. Cory leaves behind his son Chris Sadler, along with his grandchildren, Ava, Zoey & Olivia. Predeceased by his Mother, Beverley Sadler. Survived by his father Darryl Sadler, sisters Darrylene Sadler and Leslie (Willard Leeck). Uncle to Nikki Nadeau and Jacobe Sadler.
A few words from us, his friends.
To My Second Father:
Cory, I miss you brother. I never thought I’d be here tonight writing this about you. You taught me marine mechanics. You’re the reason I own a shop. You’re the reason I have a huge interest in farming. So much of my knowledge of “hands on” life skills are because of you. The list can go on and on. We had mutual likes and dislikes. We enjoyed our beers and will always be the “Two Bad *** *************”. I’m gonna miss you from here on out. You lived each day like your last and passed away doing what you loved the most. Farming. You will always be remembered by me as someone (usually the first) I called with diagnostic issues and you were always up for the lake tests! You’re more than a friend. You’re my brother. Forever.
Cory man I love you and will never forget the memories we have shared. Wait for me up there till I can crack open a cold one with you again.
Alex McGlynn aka The Boy
Cory. An avid outdoorsman who cherished every hour of solitude out on his land. Nurturing his garden, admiring his poultry (jealous I was…lol), or attending to one of his many projects. Till something went wrong, which it usually did. But he never gave up. He took pride in every little or big thing he did. The devotion he gave to his land will never be forgotten. Planting a seed and watching it grow was like gold to him. It was so beautiful to see his passion. There was never a dull moment in his presence. From a project, to a super bon fire, to a delicious BBQ. Each day we were left with nothing but good memories.
You are dearly missed and always will be. Until later my love and… “another project”. Love you.
Where to begin. A big man with a big fragile heart. He had the strength of 3 men. He was always able to put his foot in his mouth and put the other right in after as he tried to explain himself. He was awed by nature and the small, simple things in life. He could fix, build, make… anything. He was a Dodge man and liked his Budweiser. He loved the show “Survivor” and would arrange his day to watch it. He found it overwhelming to fold laundry. He once rode a pig and got fired out like a cannon from a boat he was racing on White Lake. He made it up his first-time surfing. He was shy. Most always wore a smile. Until he didn’t. He thought he’d live forever. He liked to laugh. Loved to play a joke. Honest as the day is long. Could bust a move on the dance floor (see Budweiser). Loved life. Lonely. Stubborn. Naïve. Trusting. Loved Patsy Cline’s voice & Italian women. He was one of a kind. I will forever be looking for him everywhere I go and see him in everything I do. Be with us all. Always & Forever.
Kerri Bradley aka Silkie