On Monday October 17th, 2022, Cady Malyn Morgan was unexpectedly called home to her Heavenly Father. Cady left this earth to join family and loved ones on the other side of the veil. Cady aged 46, was born on September 15th, 1976 in Cut Bank, Montana to Ronald James Matteson and Cynthia Alta Matteson (Cindy). Cady met her eternal companion, Christopher Douglas Morgan while working as coworkers. After a wondrous first date she knew she’d found the one. The love they shared radiated the adoration they had for each other. During their life together, the couple welcomed two children, Ryan James Morgan and Faith Diane Morgan. Cady created a home with unconditional love, and support which became a safe haven for her children from life’s storms. She was a beacon of light to her family and others who she served unselfishly. Family was everything to Cady. She loved her children and never missed an opportunity to make her loved ones feel cherished even during her recent illness. Cady was a lover of life and enjoyed going on adventures and exploring all the world has to offer. She is and will always be our sunshine on a cloudy day. During her life she worked as Medical Assistant, after graduating her technical program at the top of her class. She brought comfort to all who had the pleasure of receiving her care. Cady was outgoing and had a bubbly personality, making friends easily from all walks of life. Cady loved people and people loved her. Cady encountered severe health issues in the last years of her life but faced it with courage, strength and determination; keeping a smile on her face and a song in her heart. We will always remember and dearly miss her hugs, smiles, outgoing personality, humor, and guidance. She is survived by her husband, Christopher Morgan (Chris). She is also survived by her children: son, Ryan Morgan and daughter, Faith Morgan and her Mother Cynthia Alta Matteson (Cindy). She is preceded in death by her brother, Austin Matteson. A celebration of life is planned for Wednesday, November 2nd from 1 p.m to 2 p.m. at the Bowman Funeral Parlor, 10254 W Carlton Bay Dr. Boise, Idaho.