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Betty Lou Cain

July 16, 1935September 23, 2020

Betty Lou Cain, 85, of Pineville, LA went home to be with the Lord Jesus on September 23, 2020. Betty was born in DeRidder, LA and lived for 58 years with her husband, Ira, in Westlake. She worked at Moss Regional Hospital for more than 20 years and retired from there in 1997. Betty and Ira were long-time active members of Bellview Baptist Church in Westlake.

Survivors include her loving husband of 66 years, Ira, and their children Ricky, Brenda, Diana, and Rodney, 17 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren.

The family will welcome friends on Saturday, September 26 beginning at 1:30. The funeral service will be led by Oliver McGuire beginning at 2:30 at Hixson Funeral Home of Moss Bluff. She will be laid to rest at Westlake Magnolia Cemetery.

Words of comfort and fond memories may be shared at www.HixsonFuneralHomes.com.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, September 26, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, September 26, 2020

Memories

Betty Lou Cain

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Robert Williams

September 25, 2020

One of the best mother-in-law’s a person can wish for. She was a very loving person and had a heart of gold. She loved her grandkids and great grandkids with a passion. She will be missed.

Judy Lawson

September 24, 2020

Betty and i had so much fun fishing together, playing cards together, catching live shrimp at 5:30 am in 37 degree temp. Our horseback riding trips were a challenge. Betty asked for the slow moving Horse and got what she asked for. Really funny when her horse was at the end of the line and it would not move. One time while Betty was fishing Ira took a nap, they lost the anchor and boat was drifting down the river while Betty was changing her hook. Jimmy noticed it and Yelled across the way “Betty!! You drifting away! .” Boy did Betty start hollering to wake up Ira. Jimmy and i laughing our heads off as they go drifting down the river! On the serious side Betty would always read her Bible first thing in the morning, even while visiting wit us in San Antonio. We enjoyed site seeing at the River Walk, getting lost, and eating at Mexican Restaurants! Betty and i enjoyed talking about her cruise trips and we shared events involving our children and grandchildren. Betty and i enjoyed filling shoe boxes for the sailors who come in at the Port of Lake Charles! Betty and i enjoyed going to Church activities and on Sunday morning the first order of business was to share our fishing stories with Pat , the Sunday School Teacher. Well, so many other things to share would take many pages! Gonna miss Betty!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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