Lynda Ann Cain Blough, 78, was born August 17, 1943, to Sophie Wigley Cain and Henry Alonzo Cain in Kosciusko, Mississippi. After a short battle with pancreatic cancer, she passed away April 4, 2022, in Mobile, Alabama.
Lynda was born while her parents were teaching in McCool, Mississippi, their first teaching job. She later lived in Delta City and Cary, where her parents were teaching and coaching. She attended Cary School until the consolidation with Rolling Fork. She was a 1961 graduate of Rolling Fork High School and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in education from Delta State College where she was a Delta Belle, a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and editor of The Broom, the school yearbook. She earned her Master’s degree in education from The University of Mississippi.
Lynda taught elementary school in Natchez, Mississippi, and in Mobile, Alabama, for several years. She then became a real estate agent and worked in the business for 39 years at various real estate companies in Mobile. Named “Honey” by her great nieces and nephew, she enjoyed spending time with her puppies, CoCo Chanel and Felix.
Lynda is preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Cain and brother Eugene Wigley. She is survived by her sisters-in-law Donna Lynne Corban (Frank) and Kim Harris Wigley, niece Angela Wigley Hobart, nephew Charles Wigley, great nieces Savannah Hobart Eriksen (Kasper), Mark Anne Hobart Brooks (Andrew), Kaylie Elisabeth Hobart - also a Tri Delta sister, great nephew Jace Magee Hobart, great great nieces Karoline, Ella Jace and Madelynne Jane Eriksen, aunt Sarah Pilgrim (James), and a number of cousins and dear friends.
A celebration of life will be Thursday, April 7, at Rolling Fork United Methodist Church, officiated by Rev. Mary Stewart. Visitation will be at 2 p.m. with the service at 3 p.m. The burial will follow at Mound Cemetery in Rolling Fork.
Pallbearers are Jace Hobart, Kasper Eriksen, Andrew Brooks, Lane Domino, Clark Carter and Reid Carter.