Oscar Donald Cain, age 85, of Broadus passed away on Friday, April 3, 2015 at his home.
Don was born November 09, 1929 in Arkansas City, Kansas to Oscar “Sal” and Gladys (Venable) Cain. He died at his home on April 3, 2015 at the age of 85. Don attended Pine Tree School and Powder River County High School, where he excelled in Baseball and Track.
Don was a kind, giving big hearted man who never knew a stranger. He was a life long rancher in the Stacey Community, dedicating his life to the land and animals he so loved. No one could shake a leg like Don on the dance floor, giving all the women a chance. Don was one of the founding member of the Stacey Roping Club, and pulled many wagons for the Powder River Wagon Trains with his team of horses. He currently served as a Director for the Range Riders Museum and annually pulled the Range Riders Stagecoach in the Miles City Bucking Horse Parade, always waving and talking to the crowd as he passed.
He is survived by his wife Connie, of 61 years, his son Mark (Shelley) Cain, of Huntley, MT, his daughter, Marlene (Ken) Rohrer of Volborg, MT. His grandson, Zac (Jessica) Rohrer of Billings, MT, grandson, Parker Rohrer, of Bozeman, MT. His great grandchildren, Emma and Isaac Rohrer of Billings. His sisters Helen Cossitt of Billings, Carol Cain of Miles City, Ella Mae (Mike) Howard of Great Falls and many cousins in the Miles City area.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Gene Cain of North Platte, Nebraska.
A celebration of Don’s Life will be held, Friday, April 10, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at the Faith Bible Church in Broadus with a luncheon to follow. Should friends desire condolences can be made to the family by visiting stevensonsandsons.com.