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It comes with great sadness to announce the loss of one of our greatest supporters to the Land of Israel and the Jewish Community. The Cain Family has supported Israel and the Jewish community, through their volunteering and advocacy for many years. The Southern Christian community is an invaluable partner for the State of Israel. The shared values of freedom and democracy bind us together in an unbreakable partnership. Janet Cain is widely known for her Pro-Israel public relations. She actively coordinates trips to Washington to advocate and chaperones both Congressmen and Senators from all over the United States to share understanding of the importance of the Jewish Community and the Land of Israel. On December 2, 2013, her husband of 41 years, Norman Cain passed away. He stood by her side and was a huge blessing to the Jewish Community and the Land of Israel. This was a life mission that the Cain Family stood together for and contributed to us all.
For all of us that know the Cain’s, and even those who do not know Norman and Janet, this comes as a great loss. If you would like to return just a small portion of support that this family has contributed with in the Jewish & Pro- Israel communities, please see the obituary below for information on how to give your condolences.
Norman Andrew Cain, age 62, of Powder Springs passed away December 2, 2013. Funeral Services will be held at 12 noon on Friday at Trinity Chapel Church of God, 4665 Macland Road, Powder Springs with Bishop Jim Bolin officiating. Interment will follow at Kennesaw Memorial Park, Marietta.
Norman was a lifelong resident of Georgia. He was employed with the Ford Motor Company for 26 years before the Hapeville Plant closed and was currently employed with the City of Atlanta as an electrician in Watershed Management. He and his wife, Janet were charter members of Trinity Chapel Church of God. He was a loving husband, father and devoted Papa to his grandchildren. Norman’s dry wit and kindness will be greatly missed.
Norman is preceded in death by his parents, Andrew and Inez Cain and sisters: Janice Etheridge, Jean Daniel and Fay Regin.
He is survived by his loving wife of 41 years, Janet Cain of Powder Springs; children: Michelle Cain-Washington of Marietta; Zachry (She`Na) Cain of Dallas, Jessica (Josh) Samanie of Powder Springs and Nicole (Josh) Lance of Powder Springs; sisters: Virginia Bennett of Union City, Runette Padgett of Union City, Eddie Laster of Tyrone and grandchildren: Rebecca Riley Washington, Ella Grace and Marshall Paul Samanie, Lucas Gene and Logan McKenzie Lance.
Memorial Donations may be made in Norman Cain’s memory at The Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding & Cooperation@ https://www.ohrtorahstone.org/cjcuc/donate.php
The family will receive guests at Trinity Chapel on Thursday from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm.
West Cobb Funeral Home and Crematory, 2480 Macland Road, Marietta, GA 30064 is in charge of the arrangements. Online Guestbook available at www.westcobbfuneralhome.com.