Harry-Lamb,-Obituary

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Harry L. Lamb, Jr.

Wellington, Florida

Nov 9, 1947 – Oct 14, 2017 (Age 69)

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Harry Lee Lamb, Jr., passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 14, 2017 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Harry is survived by his loving wife Patricia Jones Lamb; children – Ronald and Daphne Lamb (Orlando, Fla.) and Artrisa Fulton (Las Vegas, Nv.); father – Harry Lee Lamb, Sr. (Vero Beach, Fla.); ...

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I am deeply saddened to have learned today of Harry's passing. Harry was a wonderful man, who was loved and admired by so many people who have had the opportunity and privilege of knowing him. My heartfelt sympathy to Harry's family, friends, and loved ones for this profound loss.

There are no words to express the pain of losing a loved one. My brother ...my friend will be greatly missed. God's garden has another beautiful flower. No more pain, suffering ... rest on my brother. Love you dearly.

Trice, so sorry to hear of your lost. My prayers go out to you and your family.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Our hearts are heavy for the Lamb family. We pray for peace ,love and comfort. My family is very fond of each and everyone one of you. Please know we have many memories of Harry as a fine person and that everyone he touched will always remember him with good thing that he left behind. The Jefferson's

I worked for Harry in The Office of Equal Opportunity for four years. Harry was kind, generous and the best boss I've had. I will remember him for being so understanding when my mom got sick. Harry L. Lamb was one of a kind and I will miss him. My sincerest condolences and prayers for my friend Pat, Harry's family and friends. Sleep on in perfect peace Harry.

My profound condolence to the Lamb Family... May God continue to bless, and comfort the Lamb family during these difficult time.

My sincere condolences to my dear friend Sandra Forsythe for the loss of your beloved brother Harry. I know today your heart is heavy but let the fond memories of your brother bring a smile to your face and ease the pain in your heart as days pass.
May God bless you and your family.

To the Lamb Family, I pray for your peace and comfort during this difficult time, knowing that God is able to supply all your need and He can do exceedingly abundantly above all you can ask or think.
Much Love,