Frank Lamb
1935 - 2020
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On Tuesday, October 6, loving husband, father, and grandfather, Frank Earl Lamb Jr., died at the age of 85 at St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, California. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Ramona Seamons Lamb, their seven children and spouses, their 30 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, his sister Margaret and husband Dean Elwood of Hyde Park, Utah, his brother John and his wife Tonda Lamb of Sandwich, Massachusetts, and his brother-in-law Lynn Elwood of Hyde Park, Utah. Frank was born on February 16, 1935, the second of six children to Frank Earl Lamb, Sr. and Helen Cardon Lamb in Hyde Park, Utah. He spent his life in service of his God, country, and family and worked full time right up until he was taken to the hospital in Fullerton, California where he passed away. There will be a memorial service in his honor on Saturday, October 17, @ 4:00 pm in Anaheim Hills. There will also be a graveside service on Friday, October 23, @ 10:00 am in the Hyde Park Cemetery in Hyde Park, Utah where he will be interred next to his parents.

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Published in Orange County Register on Oct. 16, 2020.
Memorial service
04:00 PM
Anaheim Hills
Graveside service
10:00 AM
Hyde Park Cemetery
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October 19, 2020
Frank & Ramona were in the Buena Park Ward for many years. I am so grateful for all of the fond memories. So sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. After not seeing him for many months, I was able to visit with him last year in his office. His body is at rest but his spirit is engaged in the Lord’s work.
Martha Grant
October 17, 2020
All our best to Ramona and the Lamb family.
Duff and Debbie Whitaker
October 17, 2020
Frank was a Bishop in the church the same time my husband Jerry was - two different wards in the same building. While I became friends with Ramona Jerry became good friends with Frank. All these years later, and moving to different areas of Southern California, he gathered friends and admirers and is loved by many.
Judy Guthrie
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