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In Memory

Carol Bayne (Kain)

Carol Eileen KainCarol Bayne Kain

Carol Bayne Kain, 77, a resident of Woodstock, Maryland passed away on Friday, November 19, 2021, after a hard-fought battle with cancer. She was born in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania on December 25, 1943, to the late Richard E. and Esther Ruth (Coast) Bayne. Carol attended Beaver Falls High School where she was a member of the Class of 1961 but moved to East Palestine, Ohio prior to graduating.

Carol worked in a variety of industries including Westinghouse Electric Corporation and Ethan Allen Furniture. Carol moved from East Palestine, Ohio to Maryland in 2011, where she worked as an in-home caregiver through various agencies. One of her outstanding qualities was her strong work ethic.

As a beloved mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister, and aunt, Carol had a devoted love and sincere passion for her family which will never be forgotten. Carol loved cheering for her Pittsburgh Steelers and joining any game of cards with family and friends.

She is survived by her children Mark Goe (Anne), Rick Goe (Tracy), Jeanna Goe and Jennifer Kain Miller (Jean), her sister Mary Ann Estermyer, as well as five grandchildren, Braxton, Jake, Morgan, Zach, and Finn and many nieces and nephews whom she cherished deeply.

Carol was preceded in death by her sisters Jean Murphy, Esther Blythe, and Linda Bayne as well as her brother Louis Bayne.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Sunshine’s Friends Cat & Dog Rescue by going to https://sunshinesfriends.org/ or by calling 410-796-7327.

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11/24/21 07:37 AM #1    

Martha Dean (Hoegle)

My sympathy to  Carol's family on her passing.  Our class has lost different ones through the years and each one of them we have shared many memories.  Carol was pleasant, hard working and had a great love for her family.  May God comfort her loved ones.

11/24/21 02:14 PM #2    

Donna Martin

Carol and I didn't know each other in high school. But we got to know each other after she moved to Maryland in 2011 and became good friends. We attended our BFHS 50th reunion together. She was a strong woman, a survivor of hardships, a loving family member, sister, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, aunt. She always, always had an optimistic outlook and a winning smile. She was always genuinely interested in the other. She loved animals. I saw her frequently when she would visit our shared grandson on the same day. I do miss her. Her memory is a blessing.

11/25/21 11:28 AM #3    

Arthur Davis

I've known Carol since we were about 12, both lived on College Hill and my older sister Marion dated her older brother Louie. She was always a sweet girl and will be missed by friends and family. RIP Carol.

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