Paul Michael Cain, 29, was a resident of Waco, Texas, a devoted son, brother, nephew, cousin, friend and employee. He went to be with the Lord on May 5, 2018.

He was born on June 12, 1988 in Indianapolis to Scott Cain and Penny Artman Cain.

He was an alumni of the Sheridan High School, graduating with the class of 2007. He attended Purdue University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in public relations in 2012. While attending Purdue Mr. Cain was selected to study abroad in Italy, where he studied marketing, international communication, journalism ethics and formed lasting friendships which produced many stories he loved to share. Following completion of his baccalaureate, he continued his education at Ball State University, where he obtained a Master’s Degree in information and communications sciences.

Mr. Cain was an avid sports fan. His first love was the Chicago Bears. He never missed a game and was quick to let the team know with his cheering or his yelling at the TV, how he deemed their performance. However, more importantly than sports was his family and friends. Devoted does not come close to describing what you got when you became “one of his people”. He loved his parents. He was proud of the last name his father gave him and had a special name only he called his mother. He and his brothers were inseparable. If you messed with one of the brothers, you dealt with Paul. He was quick to bring a smile and joy to all his friends. Whether with his quick wit or deep insight, Paul knew just the right words to say.

Survivors include his parents Scott Cain and Penny Artman Cain; his two brothers Wade and Cody; his grandparents Tom and Jane Cain, and Michael and Doris Waitt; uncle and aunts, Gerry and Kelly Barnes, Mark and Marylee Hagler, Troy and Debby Artman; and by many cousins including Faith Henning, Levi Barnes, Nicole Cummings, Kayla Kinnaman, Matthew Hagler, Morgan Hagler, Mason Hagler, Alex Cain and Molly Moon.

He was preceded in death by his great-grandparents John and Alice Artman and Floyd and Ruth Grindstead; his grandfather William Artman; and uncles Mark Cain and Walter Payton.

Family and friends may pay their respects Friday May 11from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Bible Church, 1478 W State Road 38 in Sheridan. Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday May 12 at 1 p.m. at the Bible Church. That will be followed by a graveside service at Spencer Cemetery, 25873 N County Line Road in Sheridan. Directly following the grave side service, a celebration of life will be held to Honor Paul. The dinner is open to any and all. Please bring your own beverages and chairs. Paul’s family would love for anyone to stop by, have a sandwich and smile, cry, laugh, and to really celebrate the life of Paul Cain, a Jesus-Loving, American-flag-waving, steak-eating, football-cheering, rock'n'roll-jamming, son, brother, nephew, best-friend-anyone-could-ask-for, and a truly, deeply missed man.

Memorial donations may be made to The International Essential Tremor Foundation in Paul’s name. Or donations can be made to Paul Cain Memorial Fund via PayPal.

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Fisher Family Funeral Services is honored to serve the Cain Family.