Vincent Sean Cain

November 8, 1952January 5, 2013

Vincent Sean Cain was born on November 8, 1952 and passed away on January 5, 2013 in Colorado Springs, CO.


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Elliott Cain

January 28, 2013

Hi Uncle Sean,

Forgive me because I know I should have written this a while ago. I'm sorry I couldn't make it to Colorado a couple weeks ago. I was really sick and pretty much confined to bed. I find myself thinking of you often. I was driving last weekend when one of my favorite rock tunes came on the radio. My mind instantly went to you. Thinking you must have been looking down on me and thought my day needed to be a little brighter. I went skiing at a small place in Iowa and I thought of you while I was sitting on a chair lift, I felt like you were there next to me. Soaking up the sun and enjoying the outdoors. I wrote a short speech for my dad to read a few weeks ago. I guess it's really starting to sink in now. I guess all I can do is hug my Mom, Dad and sister a little tighter and play my music a little louder. Say hey to Grandma and Grandpa for me.


kelly Cain

January 25, 2013

Let the healing begin and the light be a guide from you. Every day deeply in my aching heart and warmed memories, always. Love you and respect you and waiting for the big hug from you one day again. Your little sis, Kelly

Margaret Cain

January 23, 2013

Sean-boy, YOur missionary aunt-sister sends her prayers and condolences to your family! From the OTHER SIDE, in view of what your friens have said, I am sure you are enjoying the dynamic, happy situation the Good Lord has prepared for you. To be sure you´ll be on the active-playful side of heaven!! Give Jerome and Helen a hug for all of us!! Lovingly, sister Margaret Mary - Gravatá, Brasil

Sandra Maresh Doe

January 15, 2013

I am sorry for the loss of Sean Cain. May his hearty presence in your lives offer solace--forever.

Dan Cain

January 14, 2013

I can't believe this is real. I figured we had another ten or fifteen elk hunts left. Remember how we talked about getting old and sitting in our lawn chairs outside the trailer drinking coffee and waiting for an elk to walk by? The best thing about our hunts was getting to spend time together. Talking about life, families, work, elk, politics and anything else we wanted each night in the trailer. Trying to tune in a world series game on that dinosaur of a radio you had, marveling at the night sky and seeing who could spot the first satellite and falling star, listening for the coyotes to howl, and that one morning when we watched the lightening from 10,000 feet. As soon as we arrived at camp, we'd grab a beer and toast each other that our trip was already successful. Thanks for so many great memories.
For many, many years, I have considered you my older brother. You taught me the important things in life; love of family, integrity, hard work, discipline, and how to laugh at anything. Thank you brother. I miss you. We will get together again, so save me a spot next to you around the campfire. Until then, I wish for you warm gentle breezes, blue skies, and big slow elk.
With love and respect,
Your little brother Dan

The Bills Family

January 13, 2013

Sean helped us with our home. We enjoyed his company. Honest, sincere, and great sense of humor. We'll all miss him.

January 12, 2013

The extended Cain family in Florida - Aunt Jeanne, Ellie and Eric - sends our prayers to surround all of you during this time. I wish I'd known my cousin. Ellie Slovenkay Geiger

Kathleen/Kathi Cain

January 12, 2013

Ah, Seanie-boy...your life brings several views to mind. First, as you lay in your big pink basket (mom & dad were too poor to avoid a real bassinette) set across 2 chairs. Such a mysterious creature you were to Dan and me, your older sister and brother. As a toddler, you made friends with a kindly neighbor who gave you the nickname "Seanie-boy" and who taught a lesson in patience as you stood eye-to-eye with her candy bowl. Growing-up years. We eventually met at eye level, though maybe not always at eye-to-eye. The B.D. years - Before Dot. Viewing each other from the vantage point of our own lives. Watching you become a devoted husband, a loving father, a remarkable craftsman and businessman, a man of integrity people knew they could trust. A friend who brought humor along with good hard wisdom. At times, looking away. But always able to look back. And in the course of all these years, the change from looking down into that pink basket to looking up to you - with "Love and Respect" as Dad taught us. I'll hold that gaze now, looking up to you.

Tom and Fran Garvey

January 12, 2013

Our deepest sympathy to you all as you grieve this untimely loss. May the love and memories of the wonderful life Sean lived bring you peace and comfort, and may the good Lord bless and keep you all in His care.

Chrissey Soulard

January 12, 2013

Dot & Ahsha ~ Words can't express the sorrow I feel today knowing that we have to say goodbye to a wonderful man, husband & father. I'm so thankful I was able to see all of you at Jennifer's wedding. I will remember him warmly as a loving man who made me laugh. We had so much fun back in the old days at your home playing games. He will be sorely missed, but never forgotten. Prayers are with you during this very difficult time. We love you.