Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home

1682 State Road 135 North, Nashville, IN


Marcus Alexander Cain

May 5, 1955May 15, 2020

Marcus Alexander Cain, 65, of Nashville died unexpectedly Friday, May 15, 2020 in his home. He was born may 5, 1955 in Indianapolis to John F. Cain and Margaret Forestal Cain. He was the former owner of Cain Electric in Nashville and had most recently been working at Brown County State Park.

Survivors include his wife of 23 years, Sandy Seitz Cain of Nashville; a grandson, Marley Cain; a sister, Kathleen (Frank) St. John; two brothers, Jack (Nanette jackson) Cain and Dick (Cheryl) Cain; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Nathaniel Cain; and two brothers, Charlie and Jimmy Cain.

Marcus loved spending time with his family, fishing, gardening and riding his motorcycle.

There will be a gathering of family only on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 in Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home, 1682 State Road 135 North, Nashville. There will be a Celebration of Life held at a later date.



  • Family only Gathering

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020


  • Celebration of Life


Marcus Alexander Cain

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Bonnie Robison

May 22, 2020

Sandy, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and family

Cathy Paradise

May 21, 2020

Sending my heart felt sympathy on your loss of Marcus. Prayers for strength in the coming days and weeks. May memories keep him always near. Cathy

Michael Treacy

May 20, 2020

Sandy and family,
Even though I had not seen or communicated with Marcus for several years past, he always held a special place in my heart! Marcus was just a good person, throughout his body and soul! Considerate, supportive, friendly, great laugh, happy laugh, it was always a pleasure being with him.

Marcus and I were very good friends in high school, and many years past that time line. I went to Brebeuf, he went to Chatard. We basically hung out with other Chatard friends. I remember riding in his green pick-up truck. Three of us would be in the front seat, listening to Allman Brothers, on his 8 track player. I am sure the volume was turned up. We would meet at his dad's Standard Oil gas station on Friday or Saturday, or both, then decide to go visit Broad Ripple Park, where other friends would be hanging out. Good times!

Considering, Sandy, I wish you and family my best, during these grieving times. I am sure that Marcus's positive spirit is already watching over all of you, with guidance, as he supported all, during his life! His smile and laugh remain with us forever!

Take care,
Michael Treacy

David Gore

May 20, 2020

So sad to hear the news about Marcus, he and I had been friends and work buddies for over 40 years. He always greeted me with a smile and a handshake and always ask about everyone in my family. We had some great times together. He will always be missed as one of the guys here in Brown County. Our condolences to Sandy and the rest of the family. Rest in peace Marcus, love you buddy. Dave and Carol Gore

Dawn Dunham-Pritchett

May 19, 2020

My Heart Goes Out To You Sandy.

Take Care of You Lovie

Hugs ♥️♥️♥️♥️

Greg Miller

May 19, 2020

Sandy and Family,
I absolutely loved the times Marcus worked on our jobsites. One particular time stands out. As I remember it we were finishing a log home just outside of town, doing the final punch list and touch ups. Marcus was struggling a bit to install a chandelier, and after a few huffs and puffs he just threw the contraption to the floor. The fixture was absolutely destroyed and as our wide-eyed crew looked on, someone said "Marcus, you know you're going to have to pay for that, right?". To which he replied, "I know it, but man that felt good!". We all laughed ourselves to tears.

That's what I remember most about the times I was around Marcus. He always made you feel good and so often he made you laugh.

Thoughts, prayers and condolences,
Greg and Ang Miller

Julie (Davis) Harris

May 19, 2020

Marcus was one of the kindest men I’ve ever known...sending Sandy and his family love and many prayers for peace.

Tammy (Fish) Barker

May 18, 2020

So sorry for your loss Sandy. Thinking of you, HUGS 😔

Susan Froehlich

May 18, 2020

Dear Sandy and family,
Sending you extra love and peace . Marcus was a dear friend from high school and beyond. He always had a story, that infectious laugh, and so kind to everyone. He will be missed. May he find comfort and adventure in his next life!

Rose Sommers

May 18, 2020

I will always remember Marcus for his welcoming smile. He always made me feel like I was special to him. My Dad told me one time He believed Marcus was an Old Soul. It seemed to ring true at the time and still does. I feel the world is less bright with him not around.
Sandy, Jack, Kathleen, Dick, please know how I share your sorrow!
Until we meet again sweet cousin.....Rest in Peace.


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