Jean Esther Lincoln Sharp

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Sunrise: Aug. 16, 1949
Sunset: Oct. 15, 2015

Jean Esther (aunt Jeanie) Lincoln Sharp lived and enjoyed a lifetime of independence, love and laughter. She laid a foundation of love and provided an endearing maternal imprint on all she came in contact with. Preceding her in eternal rest, Felton Lincoln (father), Alice Mae Black Lincoln Denson (mother), Ruthie Mae Lincoln (sister), George Ray Lincoln (brother) Robert Earl Lincoln (brother). She leaves to cherish her memory and keep her legacy, the loves of her heart, Byron, Keidra, Teshia, Brittany and Tremel.

Memorial services will be from 1 until 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct.25, 2015 at Tinsley Park (Soccer Field Parking) on Tinsley Boulevard in Bossier City.

From I-20 East
On I-20 WEST, approaching Bossier City from east
Take exit 22 Airline Drive
Make a right on Airline Dr
Turn right on Hwy79/80-(Texas St)
Turn left onto Tinsley Drive
Soccer fields will be to your left at the end of the park

From I-20 West
On I-20 EAST, approaching Bossier City from west
Take exit 22 Airline Drive
Make a left on Airline Dr
Turn right on Hwy79/80-(Texas St)
Turn left onto Tinsley Drive
Soccer fields will be to your left at the end of the park

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