Keith Alston Cain

Born May 26, 1958 in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Departed February 13, 2024 in Melbourne, Florida

Keith Alston Cain, 65, of Melbourne, FL died on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at the Saint Francis Reflection Hospice Center. He was a loving and devoted husband and father, and a fun uncle, brother-in law, great-uncle “Keke”, and friend to many. He was an avid reader, loved 70’s music, and loved to help others.
Keith was born in Eastover, NC outside of Fayetteville, NC to Vincent Cain and Barbara Cain, and lived there until 2013 when he moved with his family to Melbourne. In Eastover, Keith managed the family’s businesses, Cain’s IGA and Fayetteville Monument Works. He received his associate degree in business accounting from The Center for Degree Studies and operated Cain’s Tax Service for many years. He was the Financial Administrator at Salem Methodist Church where he was an active member in the choir, lead bible studies, and was a Sunday school teacher.
In Melbourne Keith was the Financial Administrator at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church where he was a member. He was active in the church Foyer Dinner Group and St. Cuthbert’s Beer Group.
Keith is survived by his wife of 44 years, Amy Cain, and his son Aaron Cain. He is preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Bruce and Craig. A memorial service will be held at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church on Saturday, March 9th at 11am, followed by a reception.

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Tina & Jay Johnson from Fayette wrote on February 21, 2024:
Amy and Aaron-So sorry for your loss! We have many fond memories of the three of you at Salem. Keith was a very nice person -always willing to help others. Please know that you will be in our thoughts and prayers in the days and weeks ahead! Love to you both!
Michelle and Greg Roach from High Springs , FL wrote on February 20, 2024:
So sorry to hear of Keith’s passing. Sending love and prayers for comfort.
Gloria & Michael Cole from Fayetteville wrote on February 20, 2024:
So very sorry for your lost. Prayers of peace & comfort
Jacobson's from Melbourne wrote on February 17, 2024:
Love to Aaron and Amy. We are here! Loss is never alone. Hugs.
Pam Wooten from Eastover, NC wrote on February 17, 2024:
Praying for you, Amy and Aaron. Keith was definitely a positive influence to everyone and everywhere.
Sharon Hughes from Fayetteville wrote on February 17, 2024:
Keith was great friend to me in 70s especially in hard times with gentle spirit,he took me to a Barbara mandrels and statker brothers concert,he did my taxes too and we always bought our groceries at their store,he was great soul here,prayers for his family.
Lee Sudia from Sparta, North Carolina wrote on February 16, 2024:
My Brother from another Mother! Keith and I have been friends since I moved to Vander from Pittsburgh in 1972. He, Gino Belflowers and I spent a considerable amount of time together at Cape Fear High in Band, JROTC and just being FRIENDS! Until we see each other again Say Hi to your folks and my folks for me.
Pam and Randy Barbee from Midland, NC wrote on February 16, 2024:
Keith was our friend and we loved him dearly. He will be greatly missed. Our pray is that God our Father grant you peace and comfort.

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