OBITUARY

Juanita McCain

February 16, 1933December 3, 2018

Juanita Bradley McCain, 85, of Deer Park, Texas, passed away December 3, 2018. She was born in Lewisburg, West Virginia on February 16, 1933 to Howard and Mabel Bradley with 4 sisters and 5 brothers. Growing up, Juanita attended the Maryville High School in Maryville, Tennessee. She then continued her education further by going to Knoxville Business College in Knoxville, Tennessee. Shortly upon graduation, Juanita became employed by The U.S. Department of Agriculture at the University of Tennessee. Meeting and falling in love with Manly Edward McCain, Sr., whom she married in November of 1955, Juanita resigned from her profession to raise a family.

Juanita McCain was a faithful and devoted member of the Deer Park First Baptist Church. She was also a member of Maxwell Adult Center where she enjoyed the classes offered, like; ceramics and oil painting, as well as activities, like; bingo and bean bag baseball. Other clubs Juanita was a member of were Tuesday Senior Club, Deer Park AARP, Deer Park Chamber of Commerce Golden Division, Past President Ellington Wives Club, and the Past President Life Member Pasadena Women’s Bowling Association.

Juanita is preceded in death by siblings, Ernest Cruze, Jim Cruze, John Bradley, Tom Bradley and Greta Cruze.

She is survived by sons, Manly McCain Jr. and wife Jeanie; Bradley McCain and wife Debbie; grandchildren, Matthew McCain and wife Shannon, Chad McCain, Mitchell McCain, Holly O’Neal and husband Brad, Nick Helzer, Maddie Chambers; great grandchildren, Mason McCain, Abby O’Neal, Ben O’Neal, Emery O’Neal; siblings, Bill Bradley and wife Donna, Jean Holland, Shirley Bohanon, Sheila Atkins and husband Al; numerous nieces and nephews.

Juanita McCain will always be remembered, always be missed, but never forgotten.

Services

  • Family Will Receive Friends Thursday, December 6, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Friday, December 7, 2018
  • Committal Service Friday, December 7, 2018
REMEMBERING

Juanita McCain

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Danny Hardy

December 5, 2018

I will never forget Miss Juanita . I visited her in the hospital a few months ago and as we talked, she mention she could sure use a little music in her room.
I pulled out my phone and found a song I had recorded over my karaoke system. She began to listen and closed her eyes. Then she started sing the songs lyrics. She had heard the song many times at home on TV and her radio. When the song ended she looked at me and said that was beautiful and thank you so much for this time together. The name of the song, " I'm Not Givin Up".
It was a great time together as she reflected on her life and gave me encourgement!
Miss Juanita was an awesome lady and will never be forgotten! For the Family I think Miss Juanita would want you and all her friends to hold onto Christ here on earth and join her someday in Heaven!!!

Pat Adans

December 4, 2018

Juanita was a very special person. A joy to spend time with and visit. Many trips to doctors and visits to hospital rooms, she was always up beat. If she had a tear to shred it wasn’t but a moment and then she would remind both of us how fortunate she had been in this life. I know today she is with Jesus. I asked her to save a masion by hers because I wanted to be her neighbor . Love this special lady.

FROM THE FAMILY