Brantley Funeral Home

6875 Cockrum Street, Olive Branch, MS


Ralph Scott McCain

November 4, 1965May 5, 2020

Ralph Scott McCain 54, passed away Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at Methodist Germantown. He leaves behind his wife, Amy McCain; one daughter, Amber Wilson; three sons, Scott McCain, Holden Pearson, and Steven McCain; three grandchildren, Chucky Pearson, Dean Pearson, and Everett Wilson; one brother, Jodie True; and his Bandidos Brothers. Chop loved spending time with family and friends and especially his grandchildren. He is a long time member of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club and enjoyed riding his bike all over the country with his brothers. Chop also enjoyed playing the guitar, having a good time, and tinkering with anything he could get his hands on. Services will be held Saturday, May 16, 2020 at Brantley Funeral Home, 6875 Cockrum St., Olive Branch, MS with graveside services to follow at Hopewell Baptist Church Cemetery in Water Valley, MS.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, May 16, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, May 16, 2020


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Bradley Pickett

May 18, 2020

I will always remeber playing softball both against and even sometimes with Scotty. I could always ratttle him by calling him "Mr. Softball" HA! I always enjoyed our times when we played ball. Rest and Ride easy CHOP!

Kenny Storey

May 16, 2020

Chop was a great friend to me .I have learned alot from him fly high my friend.

Jason Stewart

May 15, 2020

One of the few Men I met while working for the OG Southern Thunder HD, who was a Stand Up Man!! A Man who after many negotiations for his self and others, regardless if we agreed or disagreed in those negotiations, he would invite me to his house afterwards and remind me, “That was business! This is LIVIN!”
My condolences to his Family-Brothers and Friends!!

Ride High Chop!!!

Mark Best

May 11, 2020

Scotty was a good, kind man and classmate. He will be missed greatly. My condolences to his family, all of his friends and brothers in the club. God bless you all.

Michelle Lane

May 10, 2020

The world has lost a great man. He will forever be remember as a great man , loving husband and a extremely loving and caring grandfather. He was one of those men that when you meet him he would leave a huge impact on your life because of his incredible knowledge and inquisitive personality! This man had so many people in his life that cared about him and he will truly missed by his second family, his Bandido Brothers and Sisters. I hope Bandido Chop is riding on the golden paved roads in Heaven looking down on us all and seeing how many people he impacted one way or another throughout his life!! Forever gone but never forget.

Bandido Maddog

May 10, 2020

Chop was a Great Friend and Brother I've learned many lessons from him.
GBNF Ride hard in the forever Chapter
Brother BFFB
Bandido Maddog 1%er Ozark Mountain Chapter

Barbara Beard

May 9, 2020

I remember going to the hospital to see my new cousin. We all felt sad because his father had died a few months prior. I was 10 and would go stay with my aunt to help babysit. Everyone in the family took turns spoiling Scotty. His mom and Scotty would stay with my parents and my brother and I would take turns holding him most of the night. I haven't seen my cousin in several years living so far away but he was always in my heart. Scotty, you RIP and I know your parents, grandparents, and many others are there with you.

Sandra Martindale

May 9, 2020

Scotty was like my own child and has always had a special place in my heart. He was born when I was a senior in high school. Sadly, his daddy was killed before he was born so my sister needed help with a new baby & I loved babysitting him. After I graduated & got a job I’d spend most of my check on him! Ha! We may not have always seen eye to eye but I think we’ve always had that special bond....just didn’t see a lot of one another....time, age & miles changed some things. I will forever miss him.


Paula Neal

May 7, 2020

There's so much I could write about Scotty. So many memories that I will never forget. He always called me a old woman even though we were only 3 days apart and the same age. Your going to missed. RIP Scotty. Going to miss you cuz!! The Neal clan loves you dearly

Laurie Hennessey

May 7, 2020

Scotty I remember the first time I met you at Grandma & Grandpa McCain house in Water Valley he was about 6 yrs old and it was my first visit from Seattle. He said to me "you talk funny" and I replied "you talk funny". He started to cry and I was sure I was in trouble being the older 12 year old. You will always be in my heart "Cuz"


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