- September 26, 1952 - January 15, 2011
- Holland, Ohio
of Lincoln's Passing
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“Though I haven't seen Uncle Linc since my childhood I have never forgotten his Smile and Wit. The laughs we shared still fill my heart.
1 of 4 | Posted by: Mark Kadas - Austin , TX - nephew
“I'm lighting this purple candle for you!! May it shine 4-ever, just as you shined in all our lives.
Love & Miss You!!
2 of 4 | Posted by: Pam - neice
“Dick, Pam, John and family, We are so sorry for your loss. God has called a special person to Heaven to be angel, just as Linc was an angel, here on...Read More »
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“Lincoln, May the Good Lord Bless and keep you close. I often consulted with your father and if you were around you always had a smile to make my day....Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Michael J. Rauh - Bowling Green, OH
Lincoln Kelley Rader, 58, originally from Whitehouse, OH, passed away Saturday, January 15, 2011 at Ann Grady Center, where he resided since May 2009. He was born September 26, 1952 in Toledo, OH to Marvin and Dorothy (Klempner) Rader.
He graduated from Larc Lane School and worked for many years at Lott Industries, retiring in 1992. He loved to bowl, where he competed in Special Olympics, winning trophies and medals. He loved working outdoors. In the spring and summer you would see him doing his yard work. He also loved watching WWF, his favorite wrestler was Hulk Hogan. He loved listening to Elvis Presley and doing his little dance for the staff at Anne Grady.
Lincoln is survived by his brother Richard Rader of Whitehouse, OH, niece Pam (Troy) Purney, nephew, John Rader, great nieces, Kayli Purney and Cassie Rader, and great nephews, Justin, Jake and Robert Rader and Tyler Purney. He was preceded in death by is parents and nephew, Larry.
Friends and family will be received Tuesday, January 18, 2011 from 4-8 p.m. at Peinert Funeral Home Whitehouse, OH. Funeral Services will be private.
A special thank you goes out to the staff at Anne Grady Center, his second family, for taking such good care of him, Erie West Nurses, and a heartfelt thank you to Brandon at Anne Grady for being his “special bud”. You all make his remaining year and a half of life fun and so full of love it couldn’t have gotten any better.
To leave online condolences please visit peinertfuneralhome.com.