I will miss those talks with Mr. Cain, as I would address him, despite he repeatedly insisting that I call him Herman, he gave me a pass due to the explanation of "that's how my parent's taught me to address my elders". Mr. Cain lived in, and was a fellow member the Eagles Landing Country Club. Mr. Cain had a wealth of wisdom, that he was willing to share, if you were willing to listen. He was always a nice man, from the first time I met him at Bennie's Shoes in Atlanta as he was exiting with Mrs. Cain, back in 2011, to when I moved into the Eagles Landing Country Club, and we reconnected as folks in the community. He ALWAYS spoke so highly of his family, and how important they were to him, as a man. I remember on one occasion when I was at the Country Club, in the lounge, when Mr. Cain was stopping in, in order to "Come home with dinner; a pizza, and he turned to me and said, with my wife in earshot, "See, this is how you earn a get-out-the-dog-house card", We both smiled. My wife smiled and laughed. Mr. Cain was a Kind-kind soul. I will miss him, down here in Eagles Landing, but his spirit still lives on. To Mrs. Gloria, Melanie, and Vincent, Mr. Cain was a beaming example of how I want to be as a husband, and father. Thank you for sharing him with us.