I was a student at H.E. Winterstein elementary school from 1962 to 1970 and "Mr. Kain" was the principal. What a wonderful school- due in no small part to its principal, Mr. Kain. He was such a kind hearted wonderful man. He would loan students the 45 cents to get a cafeteria lunch if you forgot to bring lunch, rather than let a child go hungry. Even though he had the appropriate disciplinarian demeanor of a principal, he was a very kind-hearted, wonderful man. He had so many fun activities beyond the academics: rainy day dancing in the cafeteria during lunch, gardening contests between classrooms, a wonderful "Field Day' where we competed for ribbons. We had two choir concerts each year. To ensure we knew the lyrics well, he would quiz us on the songs to make sure we learned them, and then reward us with a candy bar! During one Spring concert, we sang "What A Wonderful World". I noticed Mr. Kain wiping away tears. At my young age I wondered "Why is Mr. Kain sad?" Of course, he was just moved by the sound of little children singing such a sweet song. I remember him after all these years and am so grateful to have had him as a principal. Seeing his smiling face brings back many warm memories. God bless you, Mr. Kain. My condolences to his family.