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Mrs Minda Cain

January 15, 2021

Obituary

 Minda “Pat” Lacey Cain was born January 24, 1944, in Florence, South Carolina to the late Norman Gordon and Lessie Lacy.  She departed this earthly life on Friday, January 15, 2021.

Minda received her formal education in the Florence County school system.  She later married John C. Cain and to this union five children were born.

Minda was employed by Delta Mills Mfg. Co. and was retired.  She was later employed with Nightingale’s Nursing and Attendants of South Carolina.  She always enjoyed helping and caring for others.  Minda was known in the community for selling Avon one of the many hobbies she loved as well as shopping for clothes, purses, and spiritual books.

Minda spent her formative years working faithfully for the Lord.  She could be found at home reading and studying the Bible, praying, and spending time with the family.  Prior to the pandemic, she attended prayer service, bible study, Sunday morning and evening services.  She was one of the first members of Pentecostal United Church of Christ Apostolic in Johnsonville, South Carolina.  She served faithfully as a Sunday School teacher, on the Gospel Choir, Usher Board and Pastor’s Aide Committee.

Preceding her in death is one daughter Linda Cain, a brother Phillip Cooley and grandson Jonathan Davis.

She leaves to cherish her precious memories her husband of 50+ years John C. Cain, four children Cynthia A. Brown, John (Teresa) Cain, both of Pamplico, South Carolina Connell Cain of Florence, South Carolina and Donnell (Jacquelyn) Cain of Dallas, Georgia; five grandchildren, Patricia (Michael) Dunn, Angela (Mark) Gunter, Carrington Cain, Tyler Cain and Jada Cain; four great-grandchildren, Johnathan Dunn, Nicholas Dunn, Amaya Gunter and Bryson Gunter; three sisters-in-law, Hattie Cooley of Brooklyn, New York, Ella Hart and Barbara Cooper of Columbia, South Carolina; one uncle, Willis Graham of Pamplico, South Carolina; two aunts, Jane A. Robinson of Pamplico, South Carolina and Dilcy King of Brooklyn, New York; two longtime friends Ruth Graham and Ella Williams and a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives and friends.

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Services

Celebration of Life
Wednesday
January 20, 2021

12:00 PM
Pentecostal United Apostolic Cemetery
1000 Pentecostal Cemetery Road
Johnsonville, SC 29555

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