Rebecca S. Cain

Rebecca Sue (Fielder) Cain of Potterville, a steadfast, faithful, strong and loving woman, died June 12, 2019 at the age of 61. Rebecca was born April 14, 1958 in Lansing to Moten and Ruth (Carpenter) Fielder. After graduating as Salutatorian in 1976 from Potterville High School, Rebecca went on to work at the State of Michigan as a Department Technician in Financial Services, retiring in 2016. A love of quilting took Rebecca around the state to many quilt shops with her friends and mother-in-law, Gayle. She made an amazing game quilt for her grandchildren, as well as many crafty toys for them. A very humble and kind woman, she loved making things for others and not telling them whom it was from. Her reward was in knowing she was helping someone else. She taught Sunday School and Youth Group at Oneida Gospel Church in Grand Ledge. Rebecca also enjoyed reading historical fiction, cooking for her family, especially her famous tater-tot casserole. She loved watching the Detroit Tigers baseball and MSU Spartans (especially basketball).

Rebecca is survived by daughter, Jessicca (Kevin) Holland; son, Joseph Cain; daughter-in-law, Christina Moldovan; grandchildren, Erika and Rory Holland, Ryleigh and Zachary Cain, and Logan and Rachael Moldovan; sister, Meredith (Robert) Kaiser; brother, Gerald (Julie) Fielder; and mother-in-law and beloved friend, Gayle Cain. 

She was preceded in death by her son, Jonathan Cain; her parents; and siblings, Bonnie Halbeisen and Daniel Fielder.

Funeral services were held Friday, June 21, 2019, at 1 p.m. at Pray Funeral Home in Charlotte.  

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