Chuck Cain Obituary, Chuck Cain Has Passed Away - Death Cause

Chuck Cain Obituary, Chuck Cain Has Passed Away – Death Cause

Chuck Cain Obituary, Death – Charles P. Cain, also known as “Chuck,” “Charlie,” “Chooch,” “Charlemagne,” “Chuckipedia,” and “Prometheus,” passed suddenly on February 7 at the age of 54 in Milwaukee. He was surrounded by his family. He lived on the Northwest Side of Milwaukee and was a member of Christ King Parish, which is located in Wauwatosa. He had an engaging education from the Jesuits at Marquette University High School, and he also developed some lasting connections there, which he has always appreciated. He attended Marquette University High School.

He had a deep and abiding love for the theater. When Chuck was just ten years old, the Milwaukee Repertory Theater chose him to play the younger version of Eugene O’Neill in their traveling production of Ah! Wilderness. He was able to take some time off from school and perform in a variety of locations, ranging from Wisconsin to the Rocky Mountains. In later years, he was given a role in the debut season of The Nerd at The Rep.

When he wasn’t performing at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, you could find him performing with the Wauwatosa Children’s Theater or the Tosa Teen Troupe. He particularly enjoyed his roles in A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, HMS Pinafore, and the MU Follies while he was a student at Marquette. In recent years, you could count on him to have opinions about what was going on stage in Milwaukee, as well as to recommend movies and series that included wonderful writing and compelling performances from the actors.

He attended the University of Stevens Point for his undergraduate education, after which he continued his education in Information Technology at Milwaukee Area Technical College and on his own. After that, he went on to work in a variety of capacities with Washington Mutual, Wells Fargo, and BMO Harris, ultimately becoming a database manager and business analyst for BMO Harris. In addition to that, he was a volunteer at the Wauwatosa Library, where he assisted customers with their computer issues.