11 Timothy 4:7 I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.
Lincoln Abraham Wells was born May 22, 1956 to William and Barbara Wells in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He departed this life on June 19, 2022.
Lincoln received his formal education in the Milwaukee Public School System and a graduate of Rufus King High School in 1974. He accepted Christ at an early age and he became a deacon at Holy Temple Missionary Baptist Church where the Late Reverend Walter Word was Pastor. On August 19, 2000, he was united in holy matrimony to Donna Brown. He was employed by Telsmith as an industrial spray painter/crane operator until his retirement in June of 2014.
He leaves to cherish his precious memories of his loving wife, Donna Brown-Wells. Sons Damion (Czarelia) Wells and Dominique (Daaiyah) Wells. Step sons Travis Batemon and Johnie Batemon. Sisters Sandra Wells and Barbara Wells. Brothers Arthur Moore, William Wells and Anthony Wells. Brother-in-laws Charles Brown and Regan Brown Sr. Nieces Rhoda Moore, Tracy Wells, Sadie Hamilton, Erica Johnson, Rachell Kimball and Jaquetta Cathey. Nephews Billy Williams, Marshall Wells, Robert Johnson, Anthony Stanford, Daniel Townsend and Regan Brown Jr. Great-nephews Robert Johnson Jr and Carsan Johnson. Great-nieces Lakenya Williamson and Deja Lentz. Grandsons Nas Wells and Travis Batemon. Granddaughters Ashani, Anala, Amyla, Amani and Aries Wells, Brielle and Bailey Batemon. A special sister Shanaud (Lil Sis) Hatcher. Special nieces Felica Mtayari and Odessa Jacobs. A special friend since childhood Gerald Collins.
He was preceded in death by his parents William and Barbara Wells. Grandparents Lincoln A Wells and Reola Buford-Wells. Aunts Monette Washington, Delois Wells and Ruby Coleman. A special cousin Joyce Washington. A sister-in-law Sheila Kimball. A nephew Juan Cathey. A mother-in-law who loved him dearly Mrs. Arthur Lee Brown.
He was further survived by a host of family and friends.
Lincoln was God fearing, humble, very responsible, strong willed and a no nonsense type of person. He loved to sing (He had a beautiful voice) and listen to music (Music of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s ….and jazz). He was a very sharp dresser and he had a great smile with those pretty deep dimples. He enjoyed fishing, cook outs, long rides and cruising. He also enjoyed a German chocolate cake on his birthday. His favorite colors were black, white, blue and yellow. He was a true Dallas Cowboys fan and he had an immense love for his family and friends. He will truly be missed.