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June Waterman Lincoln of Wellesley, Massachusetts died on December 11, 2017 at age 91. She was born in Bar Harbor, Maine. She was the ex-wife of the late Robert V. Jacobson whom she had two children, the late Christine J Kimball, of Lynnfield and Hamilton, MA (who passed in 2012) and Jeanette McInnes of Australia. June was also married to the late Richard Lincoln (who passed in 1998). She attended the University of New Mexico and Yale University Fine Arts Department. She taught Adult Art Classes and was head of the Art Department at Dana Hall School. Since 1963, she owned and operated her own Landscape Design business and lectured on garden design and construction using her own photographs on Landscape Design. She was an avid gardener and always enjoyed working in her flower gardens. She had many friends in Wellesley, Marblehead, and Naples Florida. She was a member of the Marblehead Arts Association, the Eastern Yacht Club, the Wellesley Society of Artists, the Needham Arts Association and the Naples Florida Arts Association. She also was a member and past President of both the Marblehead Club of Small Gardens and the Wellesley Garden Study Group. She is survived by her former son in law, Attorney John H. Kimball Jr. of Lynnfield, her five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren whom she loved dearly: Attorney John (Jason) H. Kimball III, his wife Kathryn and their son Jack of Lynnfield, Laura K. Kimball of Beverly, Attorney Matthew J. Kimball, his wife Valerie, and their two children, Matthew and Jake of Middleton, Peter W. Kimball and his wife Jamie of Woburn, and Luke D. Kimball and his wife Carla of Lynnfield. She also is survived by her sister Fran Seymour and Fran's husband Alan of Marblehead and Connecticut as well as many nephews. She requested that no flowers be sent nor donations made in her name, but asked each of us to plant a shrub or tree in her memory. Her favorite Hymns were In the Garden and What a Friend we have in Jesus. Online obituary and guestbook at www.solimine.com.
Published in The Marblehead Reporter from Jan. 24 to Feb. 8, 2018
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