ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lola Murphy Kincaid. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Latasha Lewis on March 6, 2021
I’m so thankful to Jehovah that I was able to get to know Lola. She was like a breath of fresh air. Despite her ailments, she kept a positive attitude and view of life. She was so filled with love and such a vivacious sister. Lola kept a firm hope for the future as recorded at Revelations 21:3, 4. I will truly miss my loving Sister, and look forward to day we are together again.
Posted by Ivan murphy on March 6, 2021
This is your Uncle Ivan better known Rel ,I know you have had a hard time
but better days are coming Jehovah has a plan for us all.we are all going
to miss you so much especially your dad Love You.



Posted by Deborah Pruitt on March 6, 2021
Jim and I knew Lola from the time she was a little girl in Lewisburg. What a cutie! We will miss her beautiful smile and positive outlook. Despite her health issues, she always tried to stay upbeat and she encouraged others. We will sorely miss her in our congregation. We send our love and sympathy to the family. 
Posted by Gary Davis on March 6, 2021
This is your great uncle, Gary Davis, Earline's baby brother, I knew you when you were young, but haven't seen you since, sorry for the suffering you went through, but I know God has a better plan for you now.
Posted by Brittany Trice on March 6, 2021
Momma I miss you so much. You have changed my life so much! I’m doing everything In my power to get Kinsley and I and Brandon in paradise. I’m am going to pick you up on a giraffe (I know this would make you laugh) and give you the biggest hug and imma say look momma we made it momma we made it! You are one one of the most favorite children of jehovahs!!!!!!! I love you momma Thankyou for making me have the opportunity to come back and see you again. LIFE WITHOUT END AT LAST MAMMA WE WILL SEE YOU SOON WE LOVE YOU!
Posted by Linda Lewis on March 5, 2021
I will truly miss Lola. She was a loving true servant of Jehovah that fought right to the end. Jehovah has her in his memory and I know without a doubt,I will see her again. We all will. She was a great friend. Please accept my deepest sympathy of the loss of your loved one. As the jw original song says “ it’s just around the corner “
Posted by Brittany Johns on March 5, 2021
Hey cousin, your suffering is now over! Spread your wings and fly high. I will forever love and miss you. Tell grandma I said hello and I love and miss her tell my mother I think about her on the daily. Until we meet again save me spot in those beautiful golden gates...
Posted by Jackie Robertson on March 5, 2021
We were so young when we went to the Hall together. Even though you were younger we had good times during times we spent at Henry Horton Park on events . I have kept up with you on face book over the years and you have blessed so many people and kept the faith. I know you will be missed by your family and so many more. Rest easy my friend.
Posted by Celeste Johnston on March 4, 2021
I met Lola last year and we instantly became friends. Lola was the most patient and loving sister that you will ever know. She lovingly helped me with a project and she will be greatly missed by all. To meet Lola was to love Lola. Thanks to our loving father Jehovah we will see her again.
Posted by Ken Redway on March 4, 2021
Lola and I met 1yr ago throught Roy & Arlene Wingo.

They told me that this sister has benefited from a natural product that would possibly help my Lung disease.
Lola trained me on the digital side of the business. On serveral occasions she assisted me with consults with her vast knowledge of nursing and her genuine love and care for the friends.
We only knew each other for a yr and during that time we shared many spiritual goals as well as stories about our grandkids.
May Jehovah allow those of us who enjoyed her to greet her 'IN THE NEW WORLD TO COME'!!
Posted by ARLENE Wingo on March 4, 2021
From the Wingo's. I met Lola Kincaid around August 14, 2019 through my son inlaw Charlie Oliphant an our daughter Sheron Oliphant because Lola was sick. I was so elated to see that in six weeks Lola traded in her Oxgen for a necklace. I told Sheron that she gave me another daughter. Lola called me Mama Wingo and Sister Immunocal. Lola an I grew to help and love each other like a Spiritual mother and daughter. My husband Roy Wingo conversed with her also he would pray with her on the phone. I would also call our son Curtis Void and our daughter inlaw his wife Christie Void for help with Lola as needed.  From Roy Wingo & Arlene Wingo. LOLA: SEE YOU SOON SLEEP ON.
Posted by Alyce Johnson on March 3, 2021
I met Lola at the beginning of the pandemic and I am grateful to Jehovah that I did...

I truly appreciated her strength and reliance on Jehovah. Her positive spirit despite all that she was going through is a beautiful example for us all.

Her and I shared a common interest, we shared scriptural thoughts together and enjoyed times on zoom despite her condition....So many friends were encouraged by her resilience.

Please know she will never be forgotten and her example will continue to be a strengthening aid for me as we face tribulations that lie ahead. I can't wait to get to know her better in Paradise....

In the meantime, I pray that Jehovah wrap his loving arms around the family and give you what you need as you deal with this challenging time in your life.

With Love,
Vincent & Alyce Johnson

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Posted by Latasha Lewis on March 6, 2021
I’m so thankful to Jehovah that I was able to get to know Lola. She was like a breath of fresh air. Despite her ailments, she kept a positive attitude and view of life. She was so filled with love and such a vivacious sister. Lola kept a firm hope for the future as recorded at Revelations 21:3, 4. I will truly miss my loving Sister, and look forward to day we are together again.
Posted by Ivan murphy on March 6, 2021
This is your Uncle Ivan better known Rel ,I know you have had a hard time
but better days are coming Jehovah has a plan for us all.we are all going
to miss you so much especially your dad Love You.



Posted by Deborah Pruitt on March 6, 2021
Jim and I knew Lola from the time she was a little girl in Lewisburg. What a cutie! We will miss her beautiful smile and positive outlook. Despite her health issues, she always tried to stay upbeat and she encouraged others. We will sorely miss her in our congregation. We send our love and sympathy to the family. 
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Lola Naoma Murphy Kincaid

November 24, 1969 - February 24, 2021

Topic: Lola Kincaid Memorial Service
Date: Saturday March 6th 2021
Time: 1:30PM CST
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Lola Naoma Murphy Kincaid, or “Freida” as she was lovingly known to many, 51, of Nashville, Tennessee, died at Vanderbilt Medical Center on February 24, 2021 following a long and bitter battle with pulmonary fibrosis lung disease.

Lola was born to Ronald L. Murphy and Reba P. Johns Murphy on November 11, 1969 in Lewisburg, Tennessee. 

Lola married Cedric Kincaid in Nashville, Tennessee on December 3, 2011. They were married 9 years. 

After completing her high school education, Lola studied nursing at Tennessee State Area Vocational Technical School in Shelbyville, Tennessee and graduated as a licensed nurse in 1988. Lola was a nurse for 22 years. 

Lola loved life and had many interests including traveling, deep sea and freshwater fishing, bodybuilding, personal training, aerobics instructing, painting, crafts and cooking. 

On April 10, 1993, Lola symbolized her dedication to Jehovah God by water baptism as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Lola’s love for people soon led her to a new and more rewarding career where she worked tirelessly to help anyone that would listen to learn about Jehovah’s Kingdom and the promised paradise. Lola was privileged to serve as a regular pioneer for 3 years and attended the Pioneer Service School in 2014. One of her greatest joys was supporting the Vietnamese language group in Nashville, Tennessee by learning the language and assisting with Bible studies in the Vietnamese territory. 

Lola faced many challenges including suffering with chronic health issues for many years and yet she kept her integrity, dignity and remained a faithful witness of Jehovah until she took her last breath.

Lola is survived by husband, Cedric Kincaid of Sikeston, Missouri; mother, Reba P. Brinkman (Brad) of Nashville, Tennessee; father, Ronald L. Murphy (Brenda) of Lewisburg, Tennessee; sister, Elaine Murphy of Nashville, Tennessee; daughter, Brittany Trice of Nashville, Tennessee; granddaughter, Kinsley Trice “Tiny Bug” of Nashville, Tennessee; niece, Brooke Murphy of Nashville, Tennessee and a host of other family and friends. 

Lola is preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Raymond and Earline Murphy of Lewisburg, Tennessee and maternal grandparents, James Johns Jr and Lizzi Johns of Nashville, Tennessee. 



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Shared by Ced Kincaid on March 3, 2021
There are so many stories I can tell about my beloved, beautiful wife. Her kindness, her energy, her wisdom, her love. She changed my life forever- in every good way possible. I miss her so,so much. She was the true meaning of love for me. The only comfort I have is knowing that she is pain-free in Almighty God ( Jehovahs)" memory. Before his final breath- Jesus entrusted his spirit (life) to his Heavenly Father, knowing full well God would raise him from the grave.
Luke 23:46. Lola did the same thing! She knew as did Jesus if she died faithfully serving Jehovah God, He would also bring her back to life.( John 5: 28,29.) I eagerly await to see my baby when Our Father brings her back. Psalms 37:29.
Love You Baby, Ced.