Lincoln Henry Dreessen
January 5, 2011


Life Legacy

Lincoln Henry Dreessen, 52, of Sebring, FL, died January 5, 2011. He was born in New York, the son of Lincoln H. Dreessen Sr. and Margie (Weeks) Dreessen. Lincoln graduated from Sebring High School in 1976 and married his wife Stacey in 1981. Lincoln was employed for over 20 years by the State of Florida Departments of Transportation and Corrections. He also worked at Kmart and Home Depot where he eagerly provided expertise and guidance to many appreciative customers. Lincoln loved animals and collecting coins. He was a car enthusiast and enjoyed attending auto races with his son, Sean (Sebring). He will be remembered as a hard worker and kind friend and will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his parents and is survived by his sister Elaine Dreessen (Sebring) and John (Brenda) Dreessen (Orlando). Sean and his extended families will be receiving friends following the memorial for his parents on January 22, 2011 at 10:00 am at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 4500 Sun N Lakes Blvd, Sebring, FL. Memorials for the benefit of Sean Dreessen may be made to Mid-Florida Credit Union, 3863 US Highway 27 S., Sebring, FL 33870.

Condolences or Life Stories may be expressed in his Guestbook. Morris Funeral Chapel, Sebring, Fl.

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Survived By

Sean Dreessen, Son
Elaine Dreessen, Sister
John (Brenda) Dreessen, Brother

Preceded In Death By

Lincoln H. Dreessen Sr., Father
Margie (Weeks) Dreessen, Mother


Date Of Death: January 5, 2011
Place Of Birth: New York
Occupation: State of Florida
Departments of Transportation
and Corrections
Kmart and Home Depot


01/10/2011 - Jessica "Aul" Krell
I'm sorry for your loss Sean. I know your mom was very proud of you and loved you very much. She is one of the best people I ever worked with, and I sure will miss her sassy ways. God bless you and love you.---The Krells Chester, SC


01/11/2011 - Nancy Davis
It was a pleasure to know and work with Stacey. We shared many a lunch and would swap recipes. (Stacey was somewhat a gourmet cook compared to me). She always smiled and had friedly words to share. Stacey I will miss you.


01/11/2011 - Elesia Smith
Sorry for your lost, you will be in our prayers


01/12/2011 - Cheryal Boles
Stacey will be missed, so will Lincoln. I had reconnected with Stacey and she was so looking forward. We will miss you lots. Hugs to Sean.
God Bless,


01/14/2011 - Brad and Penny Ogg
Sean, so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.


01/15/2011 - Esteban Barajas
I have been trying to find a way to contact you. I am so sorry that this has happened. You were the best best friend I ever had, and Its sucks every time I think about the fact that we had to move. I obviously know that you are having a really tough time right now and I just wanted to tell you that my prayers are with you and your parents, especially your mom. She was always very nice to me and my mom and I know she is in a very special place right now. I will never forget her delicious spaghetti, and all the fun times we had at the races. I would really like to talk to you when you have the strength, so if you get this message, please send me an email. I would like to attend the funeral if it is not too late. Take care.


01/19/2011 - Renee Marley
I was so shocked to hear of this loss. When I was just a teenager I worked at Kmart with Lincoln and it was such a joy. He really took me under like his own and when others thought I couldn't learn, he took the time to teach me. Up to just around the holidays and saw him at Home Depot he was smiling and said hello as he always did. His smile is one that will truly be missed. I am sorry for the families loss. God Bless


08/16/2011 - June Hadfield Reinhardt
I remember when Lincoln was born, the first child of my step-cousin, Marjorie Weeks Dreessen. His parents were so excited to have a baby. I recall him as a child as being very active.