Frances Lee Caine, 33, was born May 7, 1986 at The Regional Medical Center of Orangeburg, South Carolina to Bertha Lee Jefferson and Kevin Nepoleon Butler. She passed away at her home in Edgefield, South Carolina on Tuesday, July 23, 2019.
Frances graduated from Orangeburg Wilkinson High school. After High school, she furthered her education at Piedmont Technical College, where she received her degree in Medical Science. Frances was a CNA and currently worked as an Intellectual Disability Specialist (IDS) at Burton Center for the Disability and Special needs board. She loved to run marathons and always had a healthy meal solution for whatever you wanted to eat. Frances had a sweet spirit, bubbly personality and always had a joke. She wanted to make everyone around her happy. There was nothing you could ask of her that she would not do. She loved her family and she loved children. She was very active in cub scouts and was the Webeloo Den Leader in pack 30 while working to become New Cub Master.
Proceeding her in death was a maternal grandmother: Elvira “Shangy” Jefferson of Orangeburg; a paternal grandmother and grandfather: Hercules (Frances) But- ler and a paternal uncle: Samuel Butler
Frances leaves behind to cherish her memories her loving parents: Bertha Jefferson and Kevin Butler; four loving daughters: Shakira, Katelyn, Taylor and Faith and one loving son: Khamarii all of the home; seven sisters: Latosha (Herb) Artist of Columbia SC, Lucretia (Chauncey) Graham of Columbia SC, Standrica (Kenyatta) Browning of Orangeburg SC, Rhonda (Rodney) Gadson of Columbia SC, Stanley (Shauna) Caine of Texas, Latonya “Nikki” Caine of Columbia SC, Wayne Caine of Columbia SC, Kevin Butler of Orangeburg SC and Tiffany Butler of Orangeburg SC; a special friend: David Abney Jr.; a special family friend: Frank Oliphanc and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Services will proceed as follows:
The viewing will be held at Glover’s Funeral Home on Saturday, July 27, 2019 from 1:30pm until 6:30pm.
The service will be held at Ministries of Reconciliation locates on 1090 Sprinkle Avenue in Orangeburg, South Carolina on Sunday, July 28, 2019 beginning at 2:00pm.