Edward (Ed) Lamb
1945 - 2020
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Edward (Ed) Lamb

Edward (Ed) Lamb of DeRuyter Lake, NY and Sebastian, FL, age 74, passed on May 16, 2020 at Sebastian River Medical Center, Sebastian, FL. Mr. Lamb was born on December 19, 1945 in Binghamton, NY, the son of George and Beverly Lamb.

He was the star quarterback at Maine-Endwell high school and attended Syracuse and Bryant Universities to earn his degree.

Mr. Lamb served in the Army reserves and had a distinguished career in the U.S. Secret Service under presidents Richard Nixon through George Bush Sr. and opened the first U.S.S.S. office in Canada. He enjoyed golf, fishing, hunting, racing cars, boating, sports, carpentry, and was a well renowned artist and painter.

Mr. Lamb is survived by one sister, Nancy Rolls, Nichols, NY; a son Edward J. Lamb (and wife Su) of Princeton, NJ; a son Matthew R. Lamb of DeRuyter Lake, NY and his granddaughters Kaitlyn and Chelsea Lamb (Princeton, NJ). He is further survived by many nieces and nephews.

Calling hours and memorial services for Mr. Lamb will be determined at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Saint Sebastian, FL Catholic Church or Vero Beach, FL Art Museum.

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June 2, 2020
Condolences to all of Ed's family. When I was in RCMP HQ VIP I worked a number of visits with Ed and we remained in contact over the years. I spoke with him a few weeks before his passing. He liked our Force and was liked and respected by many in our Force. I will miss our conversations, RIP Ed.
Lloyd Hickman
May 27, 2020
Just received sad news US Secret Service agent Ed Lamb has passed away. Ed will be remembered for his liaison duties with the RCMP during times of US Presidential visits especially. Ed became a close friend to members in the NCR. Many fond memories. Rest In Peace Eddie. This was posted on Facebook and several responses follow. Several others commented on Ed's passing including one of his good friends Lloyd Hickman. Ed was well known and liked in the Ottawa region for his prowess in keeping USSS relations with the RCMP top notch.

Bill Durocher
RCMP (Ret.)
May 21, 2020
To Ed and Matt and family, So sorry to learn of your Dad`a passing. Ed was a good friend back in the IC days. More than once he helped us out on projects around IC church and school . Ed`s knowledge on many subjects was amazing. Our prayers are with you. Dave & Cathy Milback family
May 21, 2020
Ed will be missed by his many friends and associates in Canada. He was a very trusted and respected U.S. Secret Service liaison officer for many years.

Ed has been my close friend and associate for over 30 years. The world will be different without you, Ed. You will be greatly missed.

Mike Curry and family.
Mike Curry
May 20, 2020
Top shelf human being..With an infectious smile and attitude about life. Had the pleasure of working on cases with Ed and shared a brew or two. RIP
Ron Klein Sr
May 19, 2020
Aunt Faye
May 19, 2020
We are so sorry for your loss and will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Neighbors Sue and Joe Carpenito
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