Dinah Sue (Cain) LyonMarch 7, 1941 ~ September 3, 2021 (age 80)
Dinah Sue Lyon, 80, of Lyons, Kansas passed away September 3, 2021, at her home in Lyons. She was born March 7, 1941, in Penalosa, Kansas, the daughter of Marvin Elliott and Virginia Detwiler Cain. Dinah graduated from Sterling High School. She has resided in Lyons since February of 2019, formerly of Hutchinson, Kansas. Dinah owned and operated the Sterling Café from 1961 until 1991. She was also a manager for Coastal and Kwik Shop Gas Stations in Hutchinson for many years, retiring in 2010. Dinah was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Sterling, member of the American Legion Auxiliary of Sterling; and member of the Elite Cain Sisterhood. She enjoyed gardening, working in the yard, spending time with her family, and most of all her grandkids. On May 26, 1961, Dinah was united in marriage with Robert Fulton. They later divorced. On September 18, 2002, Dinah was united in marriage with F. Stan Lyon in Hutchinson. He preceded her in death on November 1, 2018. She is also preceded in death by her parents and brother, Marvin Cain. Dinah is survived by her seven children, Peggy Detwiler and husband Rob of Sterling, Robert Fulton Jr. of Hutchinson, Terry Fulton and wife Tana of South Fork, Colorado, step-daughter, Ginger Dody of Emporia, Kansas, David Lyon and significate other, Kim Masterson of Medora, Kansas, Denise Taverner and husband Joe of Udall, Kansas, Susan Schuller of Denver, Colorado, and Michael Lyon of Arlington, Kansas; three brothers, Frank Cain and wife Anette of Sterling, Dan Cain and wife Sondra Hutchinson, and Dennis Cain and wife Julie of North Carolina; five sisters, Gwen Walker of Sterling, Betty Bateman and husband Chuck of South Hutchinson, Judy Rose and husband Dale of Sterling, Candy Kelley of Lyons, and Deena Groth of Sterling; sister-in-law, Mary Jayne Cain of Sterling; twenty-five grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Private family graveside services will be held at the Lerado Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be given to the First United Methodist Church, Sterling or the Reno County Hospice in care of Birzer Funeral Home, Sterling.