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    Frederick L. Lincoln, 1946-2019

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    Frederick L. Lincoln, 73, Meadowbrook Terrace, Carthage, New York, a former longtime resident of Moab, passed away Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019, at hospice.

    He is survived by his children Frederick E. (Bobbi) Lincoln, Carthage, New York; Laurie A. (Ronald) Smith, Black River, New York; Michael A. (Trish) Lincoln, Black River; 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; his siblings Phyllis E. Stevenson, Melvin (Barbara) Lincoln, Maryetta Daniels, Evelyn (Steven) Robinson, Melford E. Lincoln, all of Watertown and Nancy (Jayme) LaPage, Adams Center; many nieces and nephews.

    He was predeceased by his parents, a son Daniel, a brother, Richard who died shortly after birth, and a niece, Elaine Lincoln. He was born in Edwards, New York, Sept. 22, 1946, to Ernest and Ella Fenton Lincoln.

    Fred was employed at the New York air Brake and Fort Drum for a few years. His first marriage to Dora E. Tifft ended in divorce. He then later moved to Utah where he married Claudia Cors on Feb. 19, 1981. The couple settled in Moab, living there for 34 years until Claudia’s passing on Feb. 20, 2014. Frederick then returned to Watertown, New York in September of 2014.

    While living in Moab, Fred was a Boy Scout leader, an active member of the LDS Church and had various jobs at local restaurants.

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