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Wanda Faye Cain

Born: Wed., Feb. 4, 1948
Died: Sun., Apr. 24, 2016


6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Tue., Apr. 26, 2016
Location: Fry and Prickett Funeral Home

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Wed., Apr. 27, 2016
Location: Doubs Chapel United Methodist Church

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Wanda Faye Cain, age 68 of West End died Sunday (April 24, 2016) at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst.


Funeral services will be 11:00 AM Wednesday at Doubs Chapel UMC conducted by Rev. Cara Thompson and Rev. Laura Dunlap. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.


A native of Moore County she was a daughter of the late Aster and Eula Mae Brady Williams. Wanda was a homemaker.


She was preceded in death by her son Timothy Ritter.


Wanda is survived by her husband of 27 years, James Cain; daughter Janet Parris and husband Eddie of West End; son Scott Ritter of West End; step daughters Jamie Marona and husband Brad of Cameron, Lisa Suddreth of Carthage and Teresa Clemons and husband Jimmy of Robbins; brother Larry Nall of West End; 18 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren.


The family will receive friends at Fry & Prickett Funeral Home from 6:00 - 8:00 PM Tuesday and other times at the home.


Memorials may be made to: Doubs Chapel UMC, P.O. Box 522, West End, NC 27376.

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gayle maness
   Posted Sun April 24, 2016
My heart is broken for you all during this difficult time. Death is something we are never prepared for. Wanda was such a sweet, loving person. Always full of life & love especially for her family. I have lots of wonderful memories of Wanda from having worked with her for several years. Please let me know if there is you need. May God wrap His loving arms around you with much comfort and His goodness & grace guide you through the days ahead. With heartfelt sympathy, love, & prayers.

Donie Edson Oldham
   Posted Tue April 26, 2016
Wanda was always such a sweet girl. We went to school together many years ago. I am so sorry for your lost. Donie Edson Oldham

Jamie Taylor
   Posted Tue April 26, 2016
Oh, my heart goes out to all of Wanda's family, especially those I knew; Larry, Janet and Scott and also her husband who I only met once ;). I dearly loved Wanda very much. What a positive and loving person she was. I know that your faith is comforting you all at this sad time. I dwell on such scriptures as John 5:28, 29 (resurrection) and Revelation 21:3, 4 (when death is no more). What a beautiful hope our Heavenly Father has given to us through His son, Jesus Christ. Please know I am thinking of you all at this time and sending my prayers your way for your comfort. Clearly, she has a large and loving family and many, many friends who she touched in such a loving way.

Jamie Taylor
   Posted Tue April 26, 2016
I just watched the tribute video. How precious! I loved seeing all those smiling faces. My favorite picture of Wanda was the last with her smiling face in the middle of all those beautiful grandbabies. I haven't seen pictures of Eula Mae, Astor or Aunt Betty in ages, what a take back to the old days with my family. Also, Tara, you posted beautiful photos. Again, my love to my cousins in this time, from way up here in the Catskill Mountains in upstate NY.

Kaye Brown
   Posted Tue April 26, 2016
Wanda was always there for her friends, neighbors, and family. Even when her health was not the best, she’d stop by to see my dad, bring him some delicious food she’d prepared. She wasn’t flashy or shallow – she was a genuine and kind person. Friendly to everyone, always smiling and always concerned about others more than herself. Her children and grandchildren are reflections of the loving woman she was. Life was not always a bed of roses for Wanda but she didn’t dwell on the negative or feel sorry for herself. She loved the Lord and was an example of how HE wants us all to be. I know she’s on her way to be by his side.

Kathy Black
   Posted Wed April 27, 2016
Wanda was undoubtedly the kindest, sweetest, most gentle compassionate person I have ever known. She never had a harm word about anyone, she adored her family,her church, her church family and her scores of friends. I send my warmest heartfelt condolences to Janet, Scott and Larry & the entire family, praying God's strength and peace in the days to come. Losing your Mama is a truly hard part of life, but Wanda's family has the joy of knowing beyond a shadow of a doubt that she is rejoicing today with her Mama, Aster,Tim And of course Jesus Christ our Lord. Rest In Peace sweet Wanda!

Don and Family
   Posted Wed April 27, 2016
Our prayers go out to everyone in the family.Losing a loved one is such a tragic thing to deal with.Wanda was a true friend to everyone.She was one of our favorite .We was planning a trip to see her this past weekend .Sometimes ,people need to make a little time for others.Sure hate we didn't go.Will miss her,Out prayers go out to everyone in the family.God sees each tear and feels the hurt.Send our love Don Boles and family.

Evelyn Vest-Arnold
   Posted Wed May 04, 2016
Janet, I have just learned of your mom's death. I am so sorry. Please know that your are in my thoughts and prayers during this time. Evelyn Vest-Arnold

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