Dade Robert “Tader” Sisneros

Dade Robert “Tader” Sisneros went to be with his Savior on April 10, 2014 as a result of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on April 4th, in Chandler, Arizona.

Dade was born December 6, 1979 in Price, Utah to David Ray and Lauri Ann Sisneros. When Dade was 9 months old his father passed away and  his mother moved the family to Ely, Nevada. There she met and married Jim Hollinger who became the only Dad nine month old Dade ever knew. Dade’s mother preceded him in death in 1998.

Dade was a United States Marine, and served two deployments in Iraq. After the Marines, he joined the Army National Guard full time, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. He served two more overseas tours.

Trader loved horses, dogs, cats and anything with wheels. His hobbies included shooting, hunting, 4-wheeling, his motorcycles, and spending time with the love of his life, Shelley Howard.

Dade and Shelley were married on March 22, 2014 and are expecting a daughter early in May. Dade was the Vice President of the Chandler, Arizona American Legion and a member of the Post’s Patriot Guard. He previously served as the Post’s Chaplin

Dade was a good and loyal friend to all, he loved without reservation, a helping hand and a ready smile. It has been said if you weren’t Dade’s friend it was because you hadn’t met  him yet.

He is survived by his wife; Shelley Howard Sisneros, their unborn daughter, Lauri Elizabeth, parents; Jim and Trudie Joy Hollinger, sister; Brandi Flinders, brother; Jason Sisneros, best friends; Barry and Amy Lundquest (their children) and Justin Dade. He will be missed by his brothers and sisters in Arms and the members of the James Witkowski American Legion Post 138.

Services were held on April 15, 2014 in Mesa, Arizona with full Military Honors.  We will miss his big heart, goofy faces and beautiful attitude.


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  1. Danette Maestes says:

    Wow, I am really sorry to the Hollinger family and to Brandi and Jason.

  2. Glen Saunders says:

    Fair Winds and Following Seas. Rest in Peace Marine Warrior. Semper Fidelis

  3. Leanette Haynes (Perez) says:

    Dade and I were friends throughout school and up to his death. My heart goes out to his wife and daughter. He was a great man who will truly be missed by all who knew him. May he sleep with the angels.

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