Marvin-Lambert-Obituary

Marvin Lambert

Statesville, North Carolina

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I am so sorry to here about Marvin. I didn't know untill today. I knew Marvin since before I was a teenager, and he never had a harsh word for me. Sorry to here about his death.

Karen and Family
It was with deep regret that I heard of Marvin's passing. I have always held Marvin in High regards my whole life. I have commented numerous times that I have never met e better person than he and Janet. My thoughts turn to you and the immediate family as I know the greif is large and painful. May God be with you in your hours of need and assist in then healing. I believe that Marvin and Janet are together again with their beloved Sharon and Grandson Scott. May God bless...

Karen & Kimmy - I don't know what to say. Marvin was buried before I knew he had died. I'm so very sorry for your loss. Now your Mother and Father are together again. God Bless you and your families. Glenda Williams Cook

Kimmey - We are sadden to learn of the death of your father. As I was reading the write up, I see that your father was involved in the beginning of Iredell County Resque Squad. My Uncle, Jim Deal, was a part of this and probably knew you Dad. It can be a small world. Our Sympathy, Bill & Sandy Summers, Bethlehem Methodist Church

We loved Marvin, He got to come to North View for a short time but he was a blessing to all of us. He was so kind and tender hearted.....
Trish Davis
( cousin)

We are very saddend at the loss of Marvin. Our hearts go out to the entire family. We didn't know Marvin very long, but he always made us feel like we were part of the family. A few months back, he gave my daughter a tiger toy. She still plays with that and tells anyone who will listen that Marvin gave that to her. He took us in like family, and I will be forever greatful to have known such a kind, caring man. Thanks for Everything! We were blessed to know you!

We are very saddend at the loss of Marvin. Our hearts go out to the entire family. We didn't know Marvin very long, but he always made us feel like we were part of the family. A few months back, he gave my daughter a tiger toy. She still plays with that and tells anyone who will listen that Marvin gave that to her. He took us in like family, and i will be forever greatful to have known such a kind, caring man. Thanks for Everything! We were blessed to have known you!

Obituary

Marvin's Obituary

Marvin Lambert passed away in Statesville, North Carolina. The obituary was featured in Statesville Record & Landmark on January 10, 2010.