Stephen Austin Cain
1956 - 2017
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Stephen Austin Cain
Dec. 28, 1956 - May 2, 2017
Resident of Modesto
Stephen Austin Cain went to be with his Lord on Tuesday night, May 2nd.
Steve was born in Eureka, CA. He earned a B.A. in Spanish and a B.S. in Economics from St. Mary's College of California and his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. On September 5, 1992 Steve and Maureen were married at St. Mary's Church in Walnut Creek. They had two children in Walnut Creek before moving to Modesto. He practiced law for over 33 years as a trial attorney.
Steve is survived by his loving wife, Maureen; devoted children Patrick and Kelly; his mother Evelyn of Walnut Creek; brother Michael (Janet) Cain; sister Elizabeth "Suzy" Cain (Rich Wood); sister Carolyn Cain; and nieces and nephews Michael (Amanda) and Chris Cain; Matt and Melissa Wood; Rachel (Graham) Yockey; and Annabella Lothrop.
Steve found joy where he could be of service to others such as coaching baseball for many years and serving on the board of the Parkview Christian Estates retirement home. He regularly attended Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church and Davis Park Church of Christ in Modesto.
A funeral mass will be held Monday, May 22, 2017, 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church 2039 Mt. Diablo Bl., Walnut Creek. Directly after, will be a service at Queen of Heaven Cemetery 1965 Reliez Valley Rd., Lafayette. Following will be a reception at Zio Fraedo's Restaurant 611 Gregory Ln. Pleasant Hill, CA 94523.


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Published in East Bay Times on May 19, 2017.
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May 13, 2019
Partner in crime...We had some cold beers together...
Peace
Joseph Ybarra
Friend
May 16, 2018
Thoughts are with you, my Brother. St Mary's College friend!!!
Joe Ybarra
Friend
May 25, 2017
Esteban, es como lo conocimos nosotros la familia "Saenz" Esteban dejo muchas huellas en nuestra familia el es un hombre único, el que siempre estaba ahí para dar la mano y haci es como siempre lo recordaremos, como ese buen hombre de cuales pocos aiy, que sabemos que se a ganado el cielo con su buen labor de ser humano que fue el en la tierra, nuestra familia está devastada x su partida pero tenemos nuestras hermosa memorias que el nos dejo. Hasta luego esteban que en paz descanses
Maria Saenz
May 22, 2017
Steve was the best baseball coach to my son Ryan Flood. He would be the one out there pitching the balls to anyone that wanted to come hit. He will be greatly missed by all of us. He has touched out lives in the best way.
Lori Flood
May 22, 2017
Steve left a huge impact on a lot of people and a great legacy to his children. He touched many lives with his love and kindness!!! May the Lord God give you peace and comfort only he can give you at this time! You all are in our thoughts and prayers!! Philippians 4:6-7
Melissa Shook
May 20, 2017
Great Guy with some amazing stories, we shared some good times together. We will miss him DEARLY. Man had a BIG HEART...Lo Siento...
Joe Ybarra
May 19, 2017
Dear Evelyn, you might not remember me. My mom Hazel and Steves Gram Cain were sisters. I live in Modesto and was very sad to read about Steve. IHe sounded like a very nice man I wish I had known him. Please know our family is praying for your family.
Beverly Underwood
May 18, 2017
Steve was one of my clients and he was the SWEETEST man. I am SO sad and heartbroken.
I am praying for the family and staff!
Sherrie DeBerry
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