Prayers of comfort and peace during this difficult time. Bud was a wonderful man with a great laugh and kind soul. What treasures these memories are of him. I am very lucky to have known him. God Bless.
My fond memories of Bud Lamb date back to my childhood in the 1950s. After my father, D.R. "Jeff" Jeffers, died in 1951 when I was 6 years old, Bud always took special care of my mother, Frances Jeffers' car. When she went in for gas, Bud always washed her headlights as well as her windows, and he picked out good "retreads" whenever she needed new tires, as they were less expensive. He was always very kind to our family, and he always asked about my brother and me. My late brother, John Jeffers,lost his life on Carmel Valley Road when he was 27, just as Buddy Lamb lost his. Bud was a true gentleman and a wonderful human being. I extend my sympathy to all of his loved ones.
My deepest sympathy for your recent loss. Treasure your memories. You are in my thoughts.
I'm sad to have not spoken to him for so long. Bud/Pops thought me so many valuable lessons when I worked with him at abrego. Those lessons helped e become a leader in the automotive dealerships. I thought of a lot over the years. I will continue.
What a beautiful service today. I wanted to share with my cousins that I last talked to my Uncle Bud this summer, shortly after my dad died, and my mom was in the hospital. In his fight for health, all he cared about was his sister. It touched my heart that the two of them had a close relationship in his later years. And he sounded exactly as he did when I was a little girl, upbeat and kind. Thanks for supporting my mom through some tough times Uncle Bud. I loved going to the family house when I was little, always laughter and so many cousins to play with! Love to you all,