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As usual, our luncheon will be at Sinbad's just south of the Ferry Building on the Embarcadero near the foot of Mission St. We meet at 11:30 and are seated at 12:30.
Pennie was the daughter of Donald E. Lincoln of San Francisco and the late Marilyn W. Lincoln; stepdaughter of Maryliz Lincoln; fiancee of Steven Bird of San Rafael; sister of Mark Lincoln (Stephanie) of Santa Rosa; aunt of Jessica and Brian Lincoln. A life long resident of Marin County. Aged 35. Penelope graduated from Tamalpais High School, Class of 1983. She was a proud defender of animal rights. She was the office manager at Sutro Tower. Memorial contributions may be made to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, 5001 Angel Canyon Rd., Kanab, UT 84741.
The service for Pennie was held on Saturday Feb. 17th in Mill Valley. A friend told of the two of them going to a cat show at which a prankster had earlier released a mouse. The mouse had been captured and was in a box and a lady asked Pennie to take it away. She asked her friend if she could think of any reason why she shouldn't do that. No reason at the time, but there was a phone call that evening. "What if the mouse is pregnant?" It was, now Pennie had a litter to find homes for. Another speaker was Tony Scruggs, formerly with KPIX. Pennie talked to him about the problem and his kids were the ones who adopted the little ones.