Silverio Cano, age 63, beloved husband, father, uncle and friend went to be in the arms of his heavenly father on Monday, July 13, 2020. Silverio was born in Yakima Washington to Clemente and Aurora Cano on May 9, 1957. His family lived and worked in the Yakima Valley eventually settling in Sunnyside. He married Tamra Scull on July 15, 1976 and together they had two children Christa and Jeremy. Silverio loved sports and he made sure he was at every one of Jeremys sports events as well as his nieces and nephews events. Silverio loved anything to do with cars and motorcycles. He always looked forward to the drag races, antique car shows, Hill climbs and time spent with friends tearing a motor apart and putting it back together. He never missed a Seahawk game even if he had to watch it on the display at the store while I was shopping. We lovingly referred to him as our Master Mechanic and Coach Cano, without his coaching the Seahawks wouldn't be where they are today. He knew no stranger, loved something about everyone and kept each and everyone tucked in his heart for safe keeping. He loved the Cano family gatherings and looked forward to the wonderful food being served. He loved taking Wiggles, his furry companion, to Pete and Linda's for coffee and to Dr Lanes office, to the bank, the auto parts store and of course Ace Hardware. Everyone enjoyed seeing her and that brought joy to his heart. Silverio is survived by his wife Tamra and children Christa and Jeremy. His furry pals Wiggles and Waggie. His sisters Viola and Janie, his brother Clemente Jr. His nephew Adam (Abby) Cano. Nieces Hope (Jaime) Linder, Liz (Jesse) Arriaga, Marie Guevara. Great neices and nephews Avory and Madison Bell, Maguire Linder, Rikki(Casey) Flores, Shania and Andrew Verduzco, Bella Arriaga, Eli Guevara, Lucas and Isaak Tucker. Great great nieces Zoe Flores, Anastasia Martinez and the newest addion baby Aubrey. His father in-law George(Bea) Scull, mother in-law Marge(Bill) DeLorme and many many sisters and brothers in-law and all of their children. He was preceded in death by his parents Clemente and Aurora. A special thanks goes out to Pete and Linda Johnson for morning coffee and so much more and Pastor Mike and family and his fellow bootcampers from crossfit. He looked forward to seeing everyone each session and to Rick Verduzco and Jim Bell who he always considered his family and friend. God bless everyone and thank you for all of your kindness over the years.
Viewing and visitation will be held on Friday, July 17, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Smith Funeral Home in Sunnyside, WA, graveside service to follow at 12:30 p.m. at the Lower Valley Memorial Gardens in Sunnyside, WA. Those wishing to sign Silverio’s online memorial book may do so at www.funeralhomesmith.com Smith Funeral Home is in care of arrangements.
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