1946 ~ 2013  

Nina E. H. Lamb, age 66, died peacefully on June 10, 2013 surrounded by her family.
After graduating with a M.A. in Reading and a B.A. in Education, Nina had a career that was multifaceted and rewarding. As her true passion was providing others with the gift of education, she taught a variety of subjects for 35 years. During her career, Nina received numerous accolades and awards due to her thorough, compassionate approach, dedication, and sincerity toward her students.
Nina had a passion for gardening, arts/crafts, culture, theatre, music, dance, travel, religion, and spirituality. She enjoyed learning about various cultures, and travelled extensively throughout Europe, Africa, Israel, Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean, and the United States. She served as a volunteer with Operation Crossroads, a premier, cross-cultural grassroots organization, which serves a variety of African populations, and is a forerunner to the Peace Corps.
Nina was a loving wife and mother. She is survived by her husband James Lamb of Reston, Virginia and daughter Miriam Lamb-Perrone, of Los Altos, California. Nina retired in 2002. Her dedication to teaching continued after retirement, as she tutored children in a variety of disciplines.
Donations may be made to:
The United Negro College Fund
Attn: Denise Scott,
Direct Response Programs
1805 7th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20001
Capital Caring Hospice
209 Gibson St.
Suite 202
Leesburg, VA 20176

Published in The Washington Post on June 14, 2013