Emily Cave Wiki – Emily Cave Biography
Emily Cave is the wife of Colby Cave, a Canadian professional ice hockey center. Colby most recently played for the Bakersfield Condors of the American Hockey League (AHL), as a prospect for the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Emily Cave Age
Emily Cave is 26 years old. During her 26th birthday in April 2019. Her husband Colby Cave wished her a happy birthday on Instagram. He wrote, “Happy birthday to this hottie and future wife 🔥 Glad I could trick you to put up with me the rest of your life! #loveya #26 #champagnebirthday.”
Emily Cave Wedding
Emily Cave and Colby Cave married on July 19, 2019.
Colby Cave Death
Colby Cave died on April 11, 2020, at the age of 25, after suffering a brain bleed on April 7, 2020. He was airlifted to the Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto on Tuesday after suffering a brain bleed overnight. It was discovered that a colloid cyst was putting pressure on his brain and he underwent emergency surgery before being placed in a medically induced coma in the hospital’s critical care unit.
Colby Cave’s wife, Emily Cave, said in an Instagram post: “To my best friend & love of my life, Colby ?? My heart is shattered. The amount of physical, mental, and emotional pain I am in when I think about never seeing, touching, or holding you again is unbearable. You are and will always be my person, my hero, the greatest thing to happen to me. I never dreamed of being a widow before our first wedding anniversary. Although, every cell in my body is lost without you, I promise to continue to make you proud. You were the best friend, husband, doggy daddy, and oh how I wished to see you as a baby daddy. I’ll see you again soon, Colb. You’ll be in heaven meeting me with a warm wet kiss. You’ll be with me every step of the way. I don’t want to stop writing just like I didn’t want to stop holding you this morning at the hospital. You are my everything. You always will be. Thank you for now being the best Guardian Angel. Just as you ended your vows, I am going to end with one word, AGAPE.”