JERRY BAIN Obituary – June 21, 1942 – July 17, 2021

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Jerry Wayne Bain, 79, of Henderson passed away Saturday morning July 17, 2021 at his home. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Monday, July 19, at Grace Baptist Church with Troy Kilzer, II and Bobby Russ officiating. Masonic Rites and burial followed at Chester County Memory Gardens. The family received friends at Grace Baptist Church from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. service time on Monday. Memorials may be made to Grace Baptist Church Building Fund, 15 Southview Drive, Pinson, TN 38366.
He was born June 21, 1942 in the Beech Bluff Community of Madison County, the son of the late Carl Magellan and Esther Delena Sells Bain. He attended schools at South Side. He started to work at Piggly Wiggly Sheet Metal and married Shirley Reddin in 1963. They made their home in Henderson.
He later began working at Reddin Electric Company with his father-in-law, Max Reddin. He worked in the family business until he retired. He and Shirley made many company trips with G.E.
He was a member of the Henderson Masonic Lodge and served in many of its offices. He mentored many young men in the lodge. He was also a Shriner.
He was an avid supporter of youth sports, following his children and grandchildren. He enjoyed spending time at the lake.
He was a charter member of Grace Baptist Church and served on the original building committee.
He is survived by his wife, Shirley Jean Reddin Bain of Henderson; two daughters, Marsha (Michael) Barclay of Henderson and Shondra (Clay) Murley of Henderson; five grandchildren, J.R. (Brittany) Barclay, Bradley Barclay, Taylor (Will) Barclay Long, Corey Johnson and Ella Murley; three great-grandchildren, Luna Lynn Long, John Luke Barclay and Ava Lynn Barclay; father-in-law Max Reddin; two brothers, William Leon (Toni) Bain of Jackson and Carl Ronald (Helen) Bain of Jackson; and two sisters, Joyce (Robert) Hart Brewer of Henderson and Patricia (Ron) of Beech Bluff.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Miranda Leigh Bain in 1970; a brother, Larry Bain; two sisters, Syble Holder and Shirley Alexander Brien; and mother-in-law Vadeen Reddin.