Visitation Service For Family Killed In Fire

Visitation services will be held later today for a family of four, killed in a fire at their home in Estill County.

The coroner says Keenan and Misty Cain, along with their children Dustin and Brittany, died Tuesday of smoke inhalation.

Visitation will be Friday night, from five until nine, at the Church on The Rock in Berea. Their funeral is Saturday afternoon at one o'clock at the church.

Peoples Bank & Trust Co. have set up a fund for the Cain family, and are accepting donations at all 11 locations for the funeral and other expenses.

You may also mail a donation to:
Peoples Bank & Trust Co.
P.O. Box 480
Richmond KY, 40476


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  • by Nikki Location: Richmond on Dec 5, 2007 at 08:21 PM
    TO EVERYONE, MY NAME IS NIKKI AND I AM THE SISTER OF KEENAN CAIN. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND PRAYERS. YOU DONT KNOW HOW MUCH THIS MEANS TO MY FAMILY AND I. WE LOVED KEENAN,MISTY,DUSTIN, AND BRITNEY AND WILL MISS THEM DEARLY. THANK YOU AGAIN, YOU DONT KNOW HOW MUCH THIS MEANS TO US FOR ALL THE SUPPORT!
  • by steve Location: irvine on Nov 29, 2007 at 06:43 PM
    Yea i live in irvine all i have to say is bless their hearts stuff like this really brings you down the good man above is looking out for them now.
  • by Megan Location: Winchester on Nov 29, 2007 at 10:58 AM
    Life comes with no guarantees. We cannot question why this family was taken, but we can keep their memory alive in all of us. Two children who are close to me where in Brittney's class, and they have taken her death very hard. We must all keep this family, and all who knew them in our thoughts and prayers.
  • by anon Location: richmond on Nov 29, 2007 at 06:03 AM
    I went to school with Keenan and his mom works with my husband. A very tragic loss. May God be with your family.
  • by Anonymous Location: Lexington on Nov 29, 2007 at 06:01 AM
    My prayers also go out to the firefighters that had to endure what they went through,and also the suffering family.The firefighters had to witness an awful sight and I am sure most of them have children of their own and that makes it especially hard.Even though this is their job,that doesn't make it easy.
  • by LYNN Location: SHARPSBURG on Nov 29, 2007 at 05:57 AM
    THIS MAY HELP TO COMFORT TO CAIN FAMILY IN SOME WAY.IF I SHOULD DIE AND LEAVE HERE TODAY ,DONT CRY FOR ME , JUST LOOK UP TOWARDS THE HEAVENSAND THERE WE WILL BE . THE FOUR OF US TOGETHER .THATS THE WAY GOD PLANNED IT TO BE. SO AT NIGHT WHEN YOUR FEELING BLUE , LOOKS UP AT THE HEAVENS AND WE WILL BE SHINING THREW. SO DONT CRY FOR ME .GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU
  • by ANGELA Location: LEXINGTON on Nov 28, 2007 at 11:47 PM
    MY PRAYERS ARE WITH EVERYONE THAT HAS BEEN EFFECTED BY THIS. I CAN NOT IMAGINE THE EMOTIONS THAT THIS FAMILY IS GOING THROUGH. TRUST IN THE LORD THAT HE WILL BRING YOU THE STRENGHT.
  • by Anonymous on Nov 28, 2007 at 08:15 PM
    The cain family where my mothers neighbors she was very up set about the loss of the family our thoughts and prayers go out the family.She would see the kids out playing and enjoy there selfs during the summer, said it just wouldnt be the same. My cousin went to school with the children. Please take care and prayers are with you all.
  • by shawn Location: Stanford ky on Nov 28, 2007 at 07:04 PM
    i didnt know these people personally but wanted too express my sympathy too the family.. put your faith in god and he will get you tho these terrible ordeal
  • by mark Location: mcdowell on Nov 28, 2007 at 06:25 PM
    i wont to tell the family that i know how they fill i lost my family in a house fire 10 years ago. they were also children.i dident think i would get by another day.but as time went by I herd a voice say to me they needed to come to me. and i realize that they would not hert any more, because jesus had them setting by his throne from my heart to your,s i will pray for your family god bless MARK WILLIAMS
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