Marv Lambert Obituary, Death – On July 5th, my grandfather, Marv Lambert, died away in a calm and serene manner, surrounded by his family. I won’t sugarcoat this, so prepare yourself. This girl couldn’t have hoped for a better, more loving, and supporting father than my dad. He was always there for me. Even though I was too young to realize it at the time, he was a really great dude. Despite the fact that he worked nights, he never missed any of the important events in
my childhood. His acerbic wit was not only startling but also entertaining, and he was able to mend anything that needed fixing. He was also a fan of gospel and country music. He cared about his family beyond anything else in the world. I’m having trouble seeing my life without him in it, but I do know that he is free from all agony now and that he is finally reunited with my sister Sharlene, his mother, and a great number of other people who were important
in his life. He was unconcerned about the travel that lay ahead of him. My father instructed me in a great number of things, like how to drive a manual transmission vehicle, how to check the fluid levels and air pressure in my vehicle, how to bargain for a reduced price while traveling to Tijuana when I was a youngster (!), and a great number of other things; nevertheless, the most important thing that he taught me was to let people know that I love them.