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Lincoln, Robert

In Loving Memory

Lincoln, Robert “Bob” L.

June 29, 1931 - February 12, 2024

Born on June 29, 1931 and fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Monday, February 12, 2024 at the age of 93.

Beloved husband of the late Monica Lincoln (nee Stolte); dearest father of John (the late Sherry) Lincoln; dear pope of Shannon (John) Lydon, Jordan and Aaron Lincoln; great-pope of Logan and Finnian Lydon; our dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend of many.

Bob was a U.S. Army Veteran who served in the Korean War.  He was project estimator affiliated with the Carpenter’s Union.

Service Tuesday, February 20, 10:30 a.m. at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd.  Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to any Veteran Organization and or Backstoppers,10411 Clayton Rd. #203, St. Louis, MO 63131.  https://backstoppers.org/ Visitation Monday 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.



8 thoughts on “Lincoln, Robert “Bob” L.”

  1. You will be so deeply missed and forever loved! Our lives will be emptier because of your absence but our hearts are forever fuller because of the time we spent with you. You left Connor and me with so many precious memories. You were the BEST uncle and we were so lucky to be a part of your life!

  2. Prayers to the family. I have know Bob through work for several years, he was always a kind man. I know he will be missed and remembered as time goes by RIP
    As we will meet once again during our life together Michael H. Heskett

  3. My memories of Uncle Bob, are that he was a kind quiet man, Who loved his Family completely. I’ll be forever grateful to him for being there for my Mom when we lost our Sister Mary. John, my heart feels heavy for you today. Love to you and Family. God bless Cuz.

  4. Uncle Bob, It was the saddest thing to learn you were gone. Then I thought of all the laughs you gifted me with through the years. I am thankful Aunt Mikie married you and you were so lucky she did. I love you as much as I ever did. I wish my son could have met you so much.

  5. Bob, you were my hero growing up, you taught me how to play plngpong when I was very young, You were always there For me. When I seen you in the hospital I knew I would lose you soon. My heart aches for your loss. I thank God for all the lessons you taught me, the guidance you so freely gave, your neverending help in every situation. I Love you! Your Baby Brother.

  6. Love you pope! You were an amazing grandfather and I already miss you very much. You’re in heaven with Nama now and may you forever rest in peace.

  7. Bob was one of the most influential people in my life. He hired me from out of state as a draftsman, I became a union carpenter and cabinetmaker and still enjoy the good life I have today because this man took a chance on me when I was 25, I’m 59 now…Rip my friend !


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