TAMARA FULLER CAIN
From 'Fanning the Embers', published 1971, Range Rider Reps, Miles City, Montana
I began life on this earth on April 20, 1931, being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fuller. I was brought into this world by Dr. Sadie Lindeberg, at the Darcy Hospital. I attended the Francis Drum Kindergarten, Lincoln Elementary School, Washington Junior High School, Custer County High School, and the Miles City Junior College; however, a great deal of my education came from the citizens of Miles City itself and the surrounding communities. I use to arise quite early each morning and go the the Safeway Store with my father, who was then the manager, and before school each day I had many chores or privileges (as I prefer to call them) and each one had a great lesson. I think the greatest lesson of all is, there are no finer people, anywhere, than right here in my home town.
I met my husband Tat (William H. Cain) while both of us were going to the Junior College. We were married in the First Presbyterian Church on the 20th day of August, 1949, with Rev. John B. Fitz officiating. We have two children. Our son Tim is 15 years old and our daughter Tracy is 13 years old.
I am a member of the First Presbyterian Church, the Miles City Town and Country Club, the Sage Riders, the Red Cross Gray Ladies, the Range Riders Reps and the Baseball Mothers Club. I feel that one of my most important functions is to see that my children get the opportunity to grow up in the same Miles City that I had the pleasure of enjoying and also to know about the fine people of this community.