Dr. Harold Jason Cain

Dr. Harold Jason Cain, 50, went home to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on Saturday, April 18, 2020.
Dr. Cain was Director of Student Support Services at LBWCC, MacAuthur Campus, in Opp, Alabama. Jason who was also a beloved auctioneer and owner of Jason Cain Auctioneers, often volunteered for various charity events. He was a member of the Gideon International Organization and took great joy in sharing his Christian testimony and distributing Bibles. He was a member of the Opp Chamber of Commerce and the Master of Ceremonies (MC) for many community events such as Opp’s Annual Christmas Parade and Relay for Life. Jason was a faithful member of the Lion’s Club until the chapter was dissolved. He was an avid water skier, enjoyed his race car, and was very handy in the mechanical field, especially with boats. Most importantly, Jason was an active member of Westview Baptist Church in Opp, where he faithfully served the Lord. Jason had a deep love and commitment for his Father God, the church, his family, friends, and his hometown, Opp, Alabama.
Jason is survived by his parents, Harold and Martha Jo Cain; his uncle and aunt, Kenneth and Jane Short; special cousin, Kendall (Ralph) Riley; special friends, Kay Bellino and Eddie (Patti) Spann, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and numerous friends.
A private graveside service was held on Monday, April 20, 2020 due to the Covid 19 State restrictions

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  1. Alberto Harrison-Baxter on June 1, 2020 at 10:01 pm

    I was in shock to read that Dr. Cain has passed. Last time I saw him at the SSS in Opp was before all the chaos about the covid virus. I was able to waved bye as he sat at his desk. I had the honor to have a few words with him when I joined the LBWCC family at MacArthur campus in Opp. He was always very cordial an friendly. I still have the post it note that was part of his stack of little bibles that he kept at his desk. I asked if I could have the last one in there and he let me have it, along with the post it that said in capital letters “TAKE ME”. What a wonderful person he was. My most sincere sympathy to all the ones who are in distress for the loss of this wonderful man. May you find comfort in knowing that he is at the side of his heavenly father and our Lord Jesus the Christ.

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