Robert B. Cain, 93, Sacramento California, Sunday July 22 Robert Cain was a long time resident of Kalamazoo and owner of Cain Associates Architects in the 1960's through the 1980's. He was born in Moline, Ill., and was raised in Grand Ledge, Michigan from the age of 4. Robert served in the armed forces from May 19, 1945 to September 19, 1946, achieving the rank of First Lieutenant. In 1951,he graduated of from the University of Michigan School of Architecture. A prominent architect, Robert designed many municipal including the Barry County Jail, the Michigan Dunes Correctional Center, the Ingham County Jail, the Eaton County Social Services Building and the Cass County Jail, as well as several churches. In the late 1980s, Robert sold Cain Associates so that he and wife Anne could follow their dream to build a boat and sail around the world. After about 10 years of sailing, he and Anne built a house in the Colorado mountains. In 2008 they relocated to Carmichael, California to be closer to family. Preceded in death by father Robert, mother Ruth, brother David and grandson Robert Alexander Bryant. Survived by wife Anne, daughters Rachel Cain (Larry Mansfield), and Hester Klinesteker (Mark), son Gregory Cain (Maria Pittman), stepsons Tom, Joe, and James Wolff, stepdaughter Lisa Wolff, grandchildren Christopher Bryant, Sarah Davidson, Edward Folly, Benjamin Bryant, great grandson Jasper Baugh, and two nephews.