WILLIAM-CAIN-Obituary

WILLIAM E. CAIN Jr.

McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania

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There is no dedication that will suffice for the memory of the late great Bill Cain! I knew him for over 45 years starting when I was still in high school. As classics go, Bill was always on the upper top ten list. We would talk and do business together. I introduced him to Klipsch loudspeakers and to the very end I saw him using his Heresy speakers. When I saw them, I looked at him and just smiled broadly.

This man has done so many interesting things in life and done so much...

Bill and I at the Monroeville convention center, May 2017.

When Bill began the collectors nights at the Obey House I thought it was the most humanitarian thing a person could do to preserve and perpetuate the record collecting hobby. Bill supported dj's near and far. He attended my gig in May at The Monroeville Convention center, at which time he shot footage for Facebook upload. He was just starting the Grove Wednesday night dances. I wished him all the luck and thanked him for his support and photography. Unfortunately, it was the last time I saw...

Love you Butch!

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

GOD bless you Bill,all of us older dj's will miss you immensely. Bill was a well respected man.

My sympathy to the Cain family.
In the 1970's I meet Bill and would sell Records to him when we would do dances like the CRAFTON AMERICAN LEGION.
Our friendship renewed at COLLECTOR Night and continued on with good memoirs hearing the music RADIO STATIONS would never play.
"SINGERS never DIE just the people who play there hits".
There is a Rock n' ROLL HEAVEN for all of the Record Collectors.

THE EMPEROR OF MUSIC AND DANCES


HUGH...

Blessings be with you.

LEN LINDA BARB, MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY FOR YOUR LOSS.REMEMBERING BILL IN THE CRAFTON REUNION GROUP POSTS MAY GOD BLESS YOU

My sympathy to the CAIN family. Back in the 1970's I meet Bill when he was doing dances at the ANERICAN LEGION his love for music brought us together. I sold him all the latest hits for his dances.
In 2016 we renewed our friendship at COLLECTORS night which he help create for all the D.J's and obscure lost but not forgotten records that never were played on the RADIO. Long live music and the people who play them. "Singers never die just the people who made them famous.
There is...

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CAIN WILLIAM E., Jr. "BUTCH" Passed on Thursday, October 26, 2017 of Upper St. Clair, age 70. Son of the late William E., Sr. and Dorothy Cain; brother of Barbara (the late John) Deaver, Ronald (Kathy) Cain, Daniel (Sena) Cain, Leonard (Nora) Cain and Linda (Dan) Bredl and the late...

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