Lincoln C. Siebert


Lincoln C. Siebert, age 24 of Greenville, passed away Sunday, May 24, 2020 in a single vehicle accident.

A walk-thru visitation to honor Lincoln and show support to the family will be held 3:00 p.m. Friday at the Farm Heritage Museum in Greenville. Face masks/coverings will be required and social distancing will be asked. The Funeral Mass at St. Lawrence Catholic Church will be live streamed 10:00 a.m. Saturday on Donnell-Wiegand facebook page. Father Hunter will be officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Memorials will be collected at the Donnell – Wiegand Funeral Home for Ellie Marie Siebert Trust Fund. Please send donations to 203 West Oak Street, Greenville, Illinois 62246. There will be no register book or memorials at the visitation, please sign by leaving your name online under the tribute tab online. We are all working together to make this Tribute to Lincoln and honor his family as safe for everyone as possible and comply with CDC and Illinois mandates.

Lincoln Cole, the son of Todd Alan and Mary Louise (Lehn) Siebert, was born August 18, 1995 in Breese, Illinois. Lincoln grew up in Greenville, attended the public schools and graduated with the class of 2013 from Greenville High School. He went on in education, earning his degrees in Business Management and Marketing from Greenville University.

Lincoln worked for Langham Brothers Auctioneers and then for Rolling Lawns after graduating from Greenville University. He was the manager of The Milk House. He loved working on motors and tinkered with anything he could. Lincoln also loved farming ever since he was a child. He was an active member of FFA in and out of school. Lincoln loved to help people and always willing to help others. This compassion led to Lincoln becoming on the Board of Directors for the new Mt. Auburn Cemetery Association in Greenville. He attended the St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Greenville and also St. Peters United Church of Christ in Hookdale. Lincoln for years, along with his parents and brother, helped every year with the annual sausage supper.

He was the proud father of Ellie Marie Siebert, 20 months old who survives along with her mother Tess Lohman.

Surviving also include his parents Todd and Mary, loving brother Levi Siebert, maternal grandmother Lilia Lehn and paternal grandfather Elvern Siebert and wife Joan. A host of family and friends too many to name.

Lincoln was preceded in death by his grandmother Mayme Siebert and grandfather Richard Lehn.

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