Rodney L. Cain, 55, of Newman, passed away 4-30-06 at Owensboro Medical Health System. He was born in Newman KY. 11-4-50 in Daviess County, KY. to the late Laymond Cain. He was employed as a sales consultant with Monitronics of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Also was a certified ReiKi master. He was a member of Newman Baptist Church and enjoyed billards and reading. Mr. Cain is survived his mother, Lottie Cain, of Newman and a daughter, Maggie Cain of Owensboro, and a son, Ryan Cain of Evansville. Sisters, Debbie Cain, United States Army Reserves, Walter Reed Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland, and Susan Allen, and her husband, Jim, Falls of Rough, KY., and a brother, Keith Cain and his wife, Tamara, Owensboro.

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  1. Rodney was a very dear friend. We will all miss him at HomeSecure. I had the privilege of knowing and working with Rodney for over 7 years. Among that 7 years, was a lifetime of memories, fun and laughter. Thank you to his family for sharing his life

  2. Each of you have my deepest sympathy and love, I came to Newman Baptist Church a couple of times to do Pulpit Supply and met many of you at that time and remember how welcome you made me feel & how much I enjoyed coming there. Youall will be in our praye

  3. I had the pleasure of working with Rodney at Southern Financial Insurance for more than 10 years. He was a very special person and will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathy to all of you.

    Gail Helton Bennett

  4. Keith,
    We are so sorry for your loss. We’re so sorry we can’t be there. We just wanted you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    God Bless,
    Jeff and Michelle

  5. I am Kristie, Joey’s wife. Rodney use to go out to eat with us often. He especially liked the fish fry we have in our county. We all went once a month.Rodney always enjoyed eating and talking. I am a libraian, so Rodney enjoyed discussing books.Maggie, I

  6. thanks for all of the prayer request and memories shared in this guestbook. Dad, i miss you and i know you are in a better place. i love you–
    your daughter,
    sugar doll baby

  7. Keith, Jason and family-I am truly sorry for your loss. Rodney was fun to talk with and a great guy. I am sorry I will not be able to attend the service. Stan

  8. Dear Magster: I will never forget what a wonderful storyteller your Dad was. If he was recounting an adventure of his own or retelling a favorite story he had heard or read about, he made it his own! He could make the stories so funny, you could never

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