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Maribeth Lincoln

Maribeth Lincoln (Mead)

Tuesday, July 19th, 1955 - Saturday, February 23rd, 2019
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Vernon Twp., NJ: Maribeth Lincoln(nee Mead), 63 years old, died unexpectedly at Chilton Memorial Hospital, Pequannock Twp., NJ on Saturday, February 23, 2019. Born to Leo Daniel and Erna Patricia Mead in Summit, New Jersey. She was raised in New Providence, NJ and eventually moved to Madison, NJ for 14 years. One year was spent on the island of Bonaire in the Southern Caribbean working with Trans World Radio. In 1994, the family purchased their first house and settled in Highland Lakes, NJ. In 2000, the family moved to take in some elderly relatives and moved to the Glen Harbor development in Glenwood, NJ.

Maribeth received her BA in Sociology with a minor in Criminal Justice from Stonehill College in Easton, MA. Maribeth worked part time for Sodexo in Vernon Twp., NJ for many years. She was a member of Hope Church and a former member of Lafayette Federated Church. Maribeth took great joy in needlepoint, cross stitch, reading, watching murder mysteries and HGTV. Maribeth is remembered most for being a loving, caring, selfless and gracious person to her family, friends and everyone she met.

Maribeth is the beloved wife for 38 years of Robert Lincoln of Vernon Twp., NJ. Devoted mother of Beth Lincoln-Ullmann and her husband, Peter of Waldorf, MD and Elise Sutter and her husband, Glen of Hampton Twp., NJ. Step sister of Mark and Barbara Clendinning and Karen Clendinning. Cherished by Honey.

Memorial service will be Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 1:00 PM at Lafayette Federated Church, 180 Route 15, Lafayette, NJ 07848. Private cremation services by Ferguson-Vernon Funeral Home, 241 Route 94, Vernon, NJ. Memorial gifts to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312 would be appreciated.
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    Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 | 1:00pm
    Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 1:00pm
    Ferguson - Vernon Funeral Home
    241 Route 94
    VERNON, NJ 07462
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    Rev. Aaron Robb
    Rev. Paulo Friere


Donations are being accepted for: American Diabetes Association.


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Dave and Cindy DiMestico

Posted at 03:50pm
In loving memory of a very dear friend.
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Olivia O

Posted at 08:44pm
Maribeth was one of the most wonderful women I have ever met in my life. I graduated Vernon Highschool in 2017, and every day of the four years I spent there she made me smile and laugh. I was a very angsty teenager, and she inspired me to become a more positive, happier person. She has impacted not only mine, but all of my friends and peers's lives. One short interaction with her on the lunch line turned a bad day into a great one. My heart goes out to you and your family for this great loss. We are all going to miss her so much.

Janice Mitchell

Posted at 12:58pm
To our very dear friend who always made us laugh. You will be missed terribly. Bob, our hearts are heavy but we know she is with her Savior. Beth and Peter, Elise and Glenn, we are so sorry your mom and mother in law was taken too soon. She was a great friend to have and a wonderful Christian woman. Bob and Janice Mitchell

Charles McKay

Posted at 11:14am
To the Lincoln Family, We are all saddened to hear of Maribeth's passing as she was one of our most kind, and wonderful employees. She was loved and will be missed by us all. Chuck McKay

Cheryl Avery

Posted at 08:02pm
Bob, their are no words that are enough to say how sorry we are at the loss of Maribeth. She is in a better place with God and all of her family and friends, restored to complete health with no more pain or suffering. We know you will keep praying for her, just as she is praying for you right now. Beth and Elise, losing your mom at such a young age is so very hard. She will be with you always, in your hearts and memories that you hold dear, and now as another angel watching over both of you. You are all in our prayers, Hal, Cheryl & Sean Avery

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