LINCOLN, Louise May 25, 1936 – Nov 4, 2021

Louise was born to Arthur and Lucienne (Bergeron) Dance on May 25, 1936, in Norwalk, Connecticut.
She attended several schools, graduating from Bethel High School in Bethel, Connecticut.
On June 15, 1957, she married Henry Wolinski, who passed away on May 13, 1982.
On Oct. 15, 1992, she married Lester Lincoln, who passed away Oct. 18, 2009.
Louise was a homemaker most of her life. She worked as a CNA for 10 years. In 1994, Lester and Louise retired to Edgewater, Florida. They moved to Kokomo in late 2008 to be with family, as Les was terminal. Louise loved her family, always sending cards for special occasions. She was a loving and caring person.
Louise was preceded in death by her parents, both husbands and one stepson, Wayne Lincoln.
She is survived by brothers, Russel Dance (Pam), of Kokomo, and Arthur James Dance (Debbie), of Burlington; stepsons, Brian (Crystal) and Alan Lincoln, of South Carolina; nieces, Kelly Tanner and Lisa Morrow (Mike), of Kokomo, Medea Cook (Matt), of Mississippi, Mariah Hollis (Kelsey), of Greentown, Romona Bellamy (Chris), of New York State; nephews, James Dance (Stephanie), of Goshen, David Dance (Kaycie), of Peru, and Robert Kostes, Michael Kostes and Paul Kostes, of Connecticut, and Peter Kostes, of California; stepnephews, Kyle Hamilton (Carrie), of Burlington, and Kevin Hamilton (Linsey), of Noblesville; grandnieces, Tia Gaylor (Todd), of Kokomo, Megan Morrow, of Kokomo, Madison Dance, of Kokomo, Samantha and Jayden Dance, of Goshen, and Lucia Dance, of Greentown; grandnephews, Michael Morrow, of Kokomo, David Tanner (Tonya), of Kokomo, Anthony Dance, of Peru, Garrett Cook (Chealsee), of Mississippi, Gavin Cook, of Virginia, Gaden Cook, of Arizona, Logan Soderlund, of Greentown, and Joshua, Christopher and Joseph Dance, of Goshen.
The family of Louise Lincoln would like to thank Wellbrooke of Kokomo for the wonderful care of Louise, especially the staff in the 100 hallway. We would like to thank Southern Care for stepping in and finalizing things, and the Kokomo Cancer Center for their kindness.
Louise will be cremated according to her wishes. There will be no services. The family will gather at a later date for a celebration of her life.
No flowers. Anyone who wishes to donate to the Cancer Society in Louise’s name, do donate.

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