Mrs. Lincoln was a quiet nice woman who I had come to know over the years at Mt. Ararat church. I just heard of her passing. The family has my deepest sympathy. I will lift you up in my prayers.
Dear Family and Friends,
Dr. Luevonue Lincoln was my nursing instructor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing. I remember when the class was disrespectful and not listening. I was embarassed as a student. But, Dr. Lincoln quietly told us that she was finished with the lecture but we would be responsible for all the 3 hours of lecture content that was not covered on her exam. That never happened again and I appreciated how she skillfully commanded respect. Luevonue, became a tireless supporter of tutoring and mentoring students during my tenure at the Nursing Recruitment Coalition. She loved students and she knew how to connect with them (not everyone can do this).
I loved Luevonue and I am sorry that I found out about her funeral a day late. But God knows our hearts. I still feel her smiling down upon us here on earth.
Well done Dr. Lincoln....you were a good and faithful servant.
Kathy Mayle Towns
Your mother was a beautiful spirited woman....May she rest in peace. I will keep you all lifted up in prayer.
I offer my sincerest condolences to all of Dr. Luevonue Lincoln's family. I spoke with her sometimes during but mostly after the 7:30 a.m. service on Sundays at Mt. Ararat. She had a lovely spirit and was always beautifully dressed and adorned with a gorgeous matching hat. I will truly miss her quiet presence. May God continue to bless and keep Dr. Eugene Lincoln and their entire family.
To the family of Luevonue Lincoln, Please know that I am so sorry for your loss. I knew luevonue as a member of Mt Ararats nurses ministy. She was such a graceful and compassionate woman. She was truly an inspiration to us all.
Heaven has another angel. My prayers are with Mr Lincoln and their three son during this most difficult time. I extend my heartfelt sympathy. Dr Lincoln was an inspiration for so many. God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble...Psalm 46:1
To the family of Dr. Luevonue Lincoln, I want to send my condolences to you regarding the loss of your love one. Dr. Lincoln trained me as a nurse 25 years ago, and I still try to maintain the same ethics that he instilled on me. I had a chance to speak to her in the last few years a few times, and she still had the beautiful smile.
I will pray for you and your family.
you all are in my prays. keep the faith and know god is with all of you.
Our thoughts and prayers goes out to all of u during this dufficult time...today and always, may loving memories give you peace, comfort and strength.
With loving thoughts for Cousin Luevonue. Our cousins are beautiful inspirations for all. We pray God's comfort and strength for the Lincoln and Mims Families. - Antoinette Robinson Smith (PhD) and Your Quincy Cousins
Dr. Lincoln was a beautiful person. I had the pleasure of knowing her as a nursing colleague at Pitt and as a friend. She was a wonderful role model and always had a smile and words of encouragement. I will dearly miss Luevonue. My prayer is that the Lord will give her family comfort and strength during this time.
Dr. Mildred Jones
Sorry for your loss. Your family will be in our prayers.
The Green Family
Our prayers haven't stopped for the family, just remember heaven has received one of its own.
TO THE LINCOLN FAMILY YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS-GOD BLESS -LOVE ALL THE STAFF OF 5A NURSES STATION
My prayers are with our family, at this difficult time. Leslie Trower from Mt Ararat.
Brian, my condolence to you and your family.
My grandmother was a very caring and nice lady and loved everyone she came in contact with and loved God and her family very much... Rest in peace grandma, I love u.
Dr. Lincoln was my pediatrics instructor during my Junior year at Pitt in 1991. I will always remember her for her kindness not only to me but also my family when my Mother passed away unexpectedly that year. She was an excellent teacher, role model and nurse. May she rest in peace.
My condolence to her family and friends.
Luvonue will be terribly, missed.
She was the most caring and loving person, worked tirelessly with Pittsburgh Black Nurses, for the betterment of all she met.
May Allah, bless & keep you strong.
Ms.Gladys Nesbit, RN(member of PBNIA)