Patsy Bess Cain

August 14, 1931 - January 19, 2020

Patsy Bess Lamberson Cain would like you to know that on January 19, 2020 her life-work on earth was finished and that she has received the promise of heaven that she has been looking forward to. Known to her friends and family as Mommom, Pat was born on August 14, 1931 in Enterprise Oregon near beautiful Wallowa lake.  She raised her family in Plainfield Indiana and spent her last two decades living near family in Bloomington Indiana.  

There are unforgettable moments in life when things seem to slow down in honor of a milestone.  For her friends and family, Mommom’s passing is one of those moments.  She was uniquely gifted with children, uncommonly compassionate, endlessly energetic, and divinely hospitable.   She was known for her hospitality, her pies, and her deep dedication to prayer.  A fierce mother and grandmother, a dedicated friend, and a tireless servant, the impact of Mommom’s life is immeasurable. Her passion for her family was only rivaled by her ruthless daily pursuit of following Jesus.

Mommom was proceeded in death by her husband, Glen Dayle Cain, mother Ruby Kyger, and father Fred Lamberson, sisters Bonnie Jean Lamberson and Lois Wright.   She is survived by her children, Claudia (Ken) Mitchell, Candy (Ronnie) Decker, and Jimmy (Anjie) Cain, and was proud of her 7 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

Mommom will be dearly missed, but her family would like to be clear that she would see her passing as a celebration. In her honor, we will gather to be thankful for her hope and her love during a Celebration of Life on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at South Union Christian church from 4:00-7:00pm.  In lieu of flowers, she would love donations given to her home church, South Union Christian Church’s Building Fund.

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Jim and Family,  sorry to hear about Pat.  She was a pistol!  She'll definitely be remembered!  Heard about her on the radio,  Didn't know about her Celebration of Life or would have been there!  

Rick Ferguson

Farewell for awhile my camping buddy Pat.   To the family I send my regrets for her leaving but grateful she is with her savior. She has had a reunion with her husband and all those children who learned about God's family because she taught them about being with Him in HIS family.

Dorothy Korb

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