George Lincoln

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LINCOLN, George Bryce - 82 of Clementsvale passed away peacefully at Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Sunday, April 22, 2012. Born in Newmarket, Ontario, he was the son of the late George Frederick Samuel and Marjorie Evelyn (Atkinson) Lincoln; He served with the Royal Canadian Navy from 1947 - 1957. He was also a Sergeant in the West Nova Scotia Regiment Band in the 1960's. Following his military career he retrained as a vehicle mechanic and worked various jobs in the valley. He joined DND at CFB Cornwallis as a bus and transport mechanic in 1969 until his retirement in 1991. He also ran his own private body shop and service station. His hobbies included square dancing, bowling, gardening, and bird watching. His favorite pastimes were model building and cheering on the Toronto Blue Jays. He was a past member of the Royal Canadian Legion Clementsport. He was a deacon and lay reader and dedicated parishioner of the St. Edward's Anglican Church. He is survived by his sisters, Lois Beaudet, Alberta Ross, and Marjorie Greer. children Wayne (Valerie) Lincoln, Mark (Kim) Lincoln, Nancy (Randy) Mullen, Karen (Darren) MacLeod, Glen (Susan) Lincoln, Judy (Brian) Trimper, Deborah (Linus) Hannam, Sharon (Joe) Lincoln, Paul (Shelley) Lincoln, Wendy (Trevor) Robar; brother in law to Gloria Doherty; father in law to Linda Lincoln and Randy Farrell. Twenty-one grandchildren and six great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Thelma Pauline (Smith) Lincoln, son, Brian Lincoln, daughter, Brenda Farrell, granddaughter Tina Lincoln, and grandson, Benjamin Trimper. Visitation will be held Thursday, April 26 from 7-9 pm from the Kaulbach Family Funeral Home, Annapolis Royal. A Service of Remembrance will be held Friday, April 27 at 11 am from St. Edwards Anglican Church, Clementsport, with Rev. Gordon Neish officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to Soldiers Memorial Hospital, or a charity of choice.
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