Anola L. (Nola) Kincaide 80 of 2701 1st Ave. South Escanaba died on Monday evening May 31, 2004 at St. Francis Hospital.
She was born October 8, 1923 in Hartford, Wisconsin the daughter of Arthur and Ruby (Place) Lichtenwalner.
For several years she was employed be the Federal Government as an Administrative Secretary with the Office of Price Administration, a job she held until her marriage to David E. Kincaide, January 14, 1945. She lived in Wyoming, Mich. and St. Louis, Mo., where she was president of the PTO, and a cud scout leader. In 1983, they moved to Garden, Mich., where she was a member of the Home Economics Club. She was a marvelous cook and hostess, who enjoyed performing those duties for her friends and family. She was always involved in her communities, but mostly involved with her family, never missing their activities, and always being there for them during their times of need. Nola was a most dedicated, loving and nurturing wife, mother, and grandmother.
She leaves to survive: Husband of 59 years David.
2 Sons: Patrick Kincaide of Escanaba
Keith (Nora) Kincaide of the Philippines
1 Daughter: Kathleen (Daryl) Worthley of Bark River, Michigan
2 Brothers: Roger (Lillie) Lichtenwalner of DuBois, Wyoming
Harley Lichtenwalner of Sauk City, Wisconsin
1 Brother-in-law: John Fulwider of Heber Springs, Arkansas
7 Grandchildren and 1 Great Granddaughter: Savannah
She was preceded in death by her parents, 1 Son: Scott in 1988: 1 Great grandson Alex Nov. 4, 2000: 1 Sister: Ila Fulwider in 2002: Sister-in-law: Bennie Lichtenwalner in 2004
The Family of Nola will receive friends on Saturday June 12th from 11:00 am till 12 noon at the Skradski Funeral Home in Escanaba. A Memorial Funeral Services will follow at 12:00 PM with Rev.Fred Coates officiating.
A lunch will be served at West Highland Apartments following the service.
The Skradski Family Funeral Homes are assisting the Kincaide Family.