Lincoln High Class of '71

Family Matters #2
Birthday Luncheon
Judge Steele
"60's" Party
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Happy "60th" Sharon Biggins Leonard
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Dr. Bridget Steele
Honor to Whom Honor Is Due
Courtney Lamb Our First Recipient
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Family Matters #2
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Graduating Class of 1971
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40-Year Reunion -- Friday Night
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Reunion -- Saturday Night
Reunion -- Saturday Night
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African-American Trivia
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Fight Song
School Song
Memorial Day 2010: A Time to Reflect
In Loving Memory of ....
Our Teachers, Our Heroes
A Memorial for Our Coaches
Tracing Lincoln's Roots

DeWayne Perkins Times Three

Grandson Breon DeWayne Perkins
(8-months old); Son Brittany
DeWayne Perkins


Father DeWayne  E. Perkins


     The name DeWayne Perkins has lasted for three generations.  As a high school senior, classmate DeWayne like most young men probably had dreams of becoming a father.  Today that dream has become a reality even to the point of adding on a generation.  DeWayne is a proud father of one son.  But his heart belongs to his grandson, 8-month-old Breon.  Both son and grandson carry DeWayne's name.   When he's not baby-sitting his grandson, DeWayne is busy operating his business as an electrician.  With the rise in summer heat, work is more demanding.  After a long day of hard-work and sweat, DeWayne anxiously looks forward to cuddling his grandson, passing on that Perkins tradition.  Who knows? Within  several more years we could see a fourth DeWayne Perkins walking around.   This could go on for the next ten generations.  No matter how many DeWaynes populate the world, we can always say that we  know and are  closely associated with the original.  We are proud of our DeWayne and hope the very best  as he serves as a role model for his son, grandson, and other unborn Perkins.