1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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John D. Cain

October 26, 1962 - December 3, 2021

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    Rick Groenert says

    I drove with John for Magna. He was a very good man and friend. I’ll miss arguing with him about Tom Brady being the GOAT. Very deep condolences to his family he loved so much.

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      Brooke mullen says

      I love you dad so much. You will always be loved and missed. You are the best and I cant wait to see you again someday. Watch over Jac daddy 😭❤😭🙏

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    Ted Foster says

    Hate to see you go coach.

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    Heather D. Ford Warner says

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

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    Steve Bailey Jr says

    I played basketball and softball with Johnnie, also talked about sports. He will be missed, prayers to family and friends.

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    Brooke mullen says

    I love you dad so much. You will always be loved and missed. You are the best and I cant wait to see you again someday. Watch over Jac daddy 😭❤😭🙏

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    Otto Klein says

    I met you through sports.Playing alot of softball and basketball with you .You loved shooting the 3 and you was good at it.I always enjoyed the conversations we had,never short on words.Thank you for being my friend as you are to many I will miss you.RIP.

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John David Cain, 59, passed away on December 3, 2021. He was born on October 26, 1962, in Evansville, Indiana to Jacqueline and James Cain.

John graduated from North High School. He worked at Brinks for over 20 years. John was a sports fanatic, enjoying both watching and playing them. He loved baseball and basketball and was a huge Tom Brady fan. He was a grill master and also enjoyed making candies especially chocolate covered strawberries and turtles. Above all else, John enjoyed all the time he was able to spend with his family, and many wonderful friends.

John is survived by his children Brooke Mullen, Jordan Cain, girlfriend La’Toyia, and step-children Matthew, and MacKenzie Copeland; Grandchildren; Jacqueline, KyliJo, and Kooper Jordan Cain, Nova, Kyran, Aubree, Khalil and Ayden Copeland; his siblings, Dennis and Michael Crow, Sandra Dryer; numerous nieces and nephews and extended family. Also, he is survived by his former wife Lisa Cain.

John is preceded in death by his parents; Jacqueline and James Cain.

There will be visitation Wednesday at Sunset Funeral Home from 12pm to 1pm with services at 1pm.