|Willie Mae Lincoln|
|May 19, 1946 - October 30, 2010|
|Visitation: 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Sunday November 07, 2010 at Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home, 3030 7th Ave., Rock Island, Ill.|
|Funeral Service: 11:00 a.m. Monday November 08, 2010 at Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home, 3030 7th Ave., Rock Island, Ill.|
|Interment: Monday November 08, 2010 at National Cemetery, Rock Island, Ill. |
|Willie Mae Lincoln, 64, of Milan, died Saturday, October 30, 2010 at Trinity Rock Island.|
Funeral services are 11:00 a.m. on Monday at the Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home, 3030 7th Ave., Rock Island. Burial is at the National Cemetery, Arsenal Island. Visitation is 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or New Journey AME Church, Moline.
Willie Mae Goodlow was born on May 19, 1946 in Wilson, Arkansas, a daughter of Louis and Annie Williams Goodlow. She married Charles Lincoln on Nov. 24, 1972 in Osceola, Arkansas.
She worked as a program assistant with the University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Program, East Moline.
Willie Mae was member of the New Journey AME Church, Moline and was involved with Food Share Program at the Dr. Martin Luther King Center, Rock Island. She loved spending time with her grandchildren, shopping, people in general, having her nails and toes done and looking pretty.
Survivors include her husband, Charles; daughters, Meia S. Teague, Rock Island and Kendra C. Lincoln (Kenneth Allen Jr.), St. Louis, Mo.; grandchildren, Anthony C. Teague (Debbie Locey), Kenisha K. Allen, Kellen M. Allen, Kenaya K. Allen, Kameron C. Allen, Kyra K. Allen and Kaden D. Allen; great grandsons, David C. Teague and Anthony S. Teague; sisters and brothers, Thelma Chestnutt, Ella M. (Earl) Matthews, Ernest (Anne) Goodlow, Ernestine (Mark) Matthews, Jimmy C. (Nezzester B.) Goodlow, twin sister Annie M. (Nathaniel) Breaker, Jewelene (Ed) Spriggs, Barry (Emma) Goodlow and Linda (Larry) Alexander; sister-in-law, Mary Manuel; her best friend, Martha Hannah, Rock Island; adopted son, Ahmed Okba; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Viola Johnson; brothers, Louis Goodlow Jr. and Robert Goodlow; an aunt, Amy Allison. Online condolences may be left at
So sorry to hear about your mother. I know how close you were to her. Take Care and God Bless
-- Ruth Martel
Your family has our deepest sympathy on the loss of Lincoln. Though I only met her once, she was a lovely person. Marian & Michael
-- Marian Dowell
On behalf of all of the staff members here at the Putnam - our hearts go out to Meia, Tony and their family. To know Meia is to also know the strong, dedicated relationship she has with her mom. This sudden loss is grieved by your friends Meia. We wish the peace that surpasses understanding to be with you and yours.
-- Kim Findlay
I was so sorry to hear about your Mom. Please know that my thoughts are with you and your whole family.
-- Betsy Matt Turner
Dear auntee will miss you very much
-- Mrs Alesia Brown Goodlow
Heartfelt sympathy to the Lincoln Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. God has called an angel home, but sweet memories will linger always!
-- Patricia A Fowler
sorry for your loss,she will be missed,love you much God bless.
-- nezzester goodlow
My heartfelt prayers goes out to the Lincoln family. To my good friend Kendra I know how much your mom means to you and the bond that you and her share will never be broken. My prayers are with you.
-- Lauren Sears and family
Grandma we will miss you now and forever and i will always tell my boys about you and all the good memories..love you
-- Debbie and the boys
I want to extend my sincerest sympathy to the Lincoln Family. May the peace of God be with you.
-- Wallace S. Heard, Sr.
You will be missed Auntie. Praying that God will continue to be with the family at this time of loss. Stay strong Kendra and Mei. Luv you guys.
-- Kamilah Alexander
It was a pleasure getting to know you. I thoroughly enjoyed always coming to the house. Willie and Charles always made me smile and laugh! I am very sorry for your loss Charles, May god be with you and your family in this time of need.
-- Chris (Lincare-oxygen man)
Meia - My deepest sympathy to you and your family in this time of sorrow.
-- Drue Curry
The love of God is on your side. She will be missed but now she serves a higher calling, rejoice in the homegoing! The Saints do go marching in! Love the Fradieu Family.
-- Jessie Fradieu II
Simply to express my deepest sympathy and pray that GOD grants you the power to substain you through this time of sorrow. May GOD bless and keep you all.
-- Robert L. Little
Our blessings are with the family at this time. Willie was a very dear and caring friend to the family. She was like a second mother to my kids growning up. We worked with her doing share and the boys (tim and Gary Goins) worked with her at pondorosa resturant.
She will be missed dearly.
-- Theresa Kilgore
Meia-Meia, I am truly sorry for your loss. Unfortunately I just saw it and I missed the services but I wanted you to know that you are always in my heart and I think of you often and I will always love you. Take care my friend.
-- Tracy Greenwood-Hall
So sad to hear of Aunt Pop passing. I will miss her dearly.
-- Lisa J Smith
Aunt Pop will surely be missed. I am praying that the peace of God be with the entire family. Love you Uncle Charles, Meia, and Kendra.
-- Kimberly Breaker Price
Willie, everyone called her mom. I use to work with her at Ponderosa. She use to put a smile on every ones face. I want to give my sympathy to her family.
R.I.P Willie (MOM)
-- Carla Houdyshell
Kendra, may your memories be good ones. Talk to you soon on facebook. Gordon
-- Gordon and Sheila Westlund
To the family of Mr. Charles Lincoln; we the Lincoln family of Alexandria,Louisiana extend our greatest condolences at your time of bereavement. We want you to know that we love you and our thoughts and prayers are with you. May you find peace and comfort in the lord. Please contact Michelle VanDyke (daughter of Mable Lincoln-O'Quinn) @ (318)416-4459
From your great-nephew & niece, Marcus and Sandra Canty. We are really going to miss Aunt Pop. Her warm smile, and positive spirit she displayed toward all. Sandra really appreciated how she always liked those makeshift purses she made. We will treasure the jewelry and shirt and tie that she sent us. We love you all so much, and look forward to the fulfillment of God's promise, when there will be no more sickness and death. (Revelation 21:3, 4)
Marcus & Sandra
-- Marcus & Sandra Canty
Your mother was a beautiful soul and a blessing to those who knew her. She was a ray of light to me during high school. I was so sorry to read of your loss. May God be with you and your wonderful family today and always. Please extend my deepest condolensces to your father and Meia. Faythe
-- Faythe Farwell