OBITUARY

Leonard Arnold Cain

December 12, 1933April 1, 2021
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Leonard Cain, a long-time resident of Deer Park, Texas passed away April 1, 2021 at the age of 87 from complications of bypass surgery. Leonard was born December 12, 1933 in Clark, Texas. He graduated from Deer Park High School in 1951 and married his high school sweetheart Ellen Grace Rogers in August of 1953. He was employed at Rohm & Haas Chemical Company for 43 years. He served as a councilman for the City of Deer Park from 1964 to 1968.

Leonard is preceded in death by his wife of 67 years Ellen Cain; his parents L.F. and Cassie Cain; and his brothers Luther Cain and Thomas Cain. He is survived by his daughter Monta Gayle Symcox of Seabrook, Texas, son Ralph Cain and wife Loretta of Pasadena, Texas; three grandsons: Dustin Cain and wife Misty, Logan Pinion and wife Nora of Pasadena, Texas, Jeremy Cain and wife Ragan; six great-grandchildren: Colton, Connor and Cailin Cain, Brady and Aubree Cain, and Jackson Pinion; brother Gerald Cain and wife Delora of Dallas, Texas and sister JoAnn Biggs and husband Paul of Pearland, Texas as well as numerous nieces, nephews, friends, neighbors and his four-legged companion, Kobe.

Visitation will be held at Grand View Funeral Home at 8501 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, Texas on Tuesday, April 6 2021 from 5 - 8pm. A celebration of Leonard's life will be held Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 10am in the chapel of Grand View Funeral Home with burial to follow.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Dustin Cain, Pallbearer
  • Logan Pinion, Pallbearer
  • Jeremy Cain, Pallbearer
  • Paul Biggs, Pallbearer
  • Roger Blake, Pallbearer
  • Kyle Blake, Pallbearer

Services

  • Family Will Receive Guests

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Memories

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JoAnn JoAnn Biggs

April 7, 2021

When someone you love becomes a memory
That memory becomes a treasure.
My brother Leonard was a treasure that will be missed more than he will ever know. I love you Leonard .

Barbara McCormick Caruthers we will miss your Christmas cards as you have sent them many years now.Also we kept in touch on FB .You were one of few that kept up with this cousin ,for that l'm greatful.So sorry we cannot attend yur homegoing .You and Ellen RIP Love you Caruthers

April 4, 2021

Thanks for your kindness to me over the years walking down this path of life. We appreciate each Christmas card and messages on fb.Your one of the few cousins thats kept up with us which I sincerely appreciate. Love to you and Ellen, so sorry we cannot attend your homegoing. Barbara

Kathleen Harris

April 4, 2021

How shocked and saddened I am to hear about the passing of cousin Leonard. I have many memories of family reunions where we all got reacquainted after a year or years of being apart due to life taking us all in different directions. My heart hurts for all your family and I pray for peace as you remember the good times.
Kathleen Cain Harris

Glenn and Pat Tolar

April 4, 2021

We extend our heartfelt sympathy to all of the Cain family. We share in your grief, for Leonard was our dear, lifelong friend.
Glenn remembers Leonard as a brother, someone he could always rely on for help whatever the problem. Great pals in high school, the two even teamed up in a farming venture, raising and baling a hay crop to sell. When time came for Glenn to choose his best man, Leonard was the one.
We remember him today, humble and loyal, generous and cheerful, and we know he will be missed by all whose lives he touched.

Charlie Weaver

April 4, 2021

I worked with this giant of a man for over 20 years and considered he and Ellen as friends. Nancy and I send prayers to the family and know how proud you must be of both your parents and the life they lived. We were blessed to have known them. Charlie and Nancy Weaver

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