Jennifer B. Lambert
1935 - 2020
BORN
May 11, 1935
DIED
February 21, 2020
FUNERAL HOME
Shannon Funeral Homes - Town Chapel
1015 14th St. W.
Bradenton, FL 34205
Jennifer Beatson Lambert died peacefully, surrounded by love near and far, on February 21st, 2020. She was born Jennifer Ruth Clark on May 11th, 1935 to the loving family of Alec and Phyllis Clark, in Rotherham, Yorkshire, United Kingdom. She was close with her older brother, David Clark (Ann), and younger twin siblings, John Clark (Di) and Rosemary Hitch (John). In 1957, she married Trevor Lambert, and the two began a lifetime of adventures together. Jennifer was tremendously proud of their three daughters, Anne-Marie Lambert (Arvydas), Kate Zeb- rose (Don), and Jackie Rahsaz (Tony). She was the lovingest, grooviest Granny to Xander, Emily, Cordell, Claire, and Alyssa. As you remember a life well-lived, we hope you find yourself smiling and you take moments to bring joy to the people around you.
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Published by The Press from Mar. 9 to Mar. 20, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Feb
26
Celebration of Life
11:30a.m.
Grove Ballroom
10670 Boardwalk Loop, Lakewood Ranch, Florida
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Hard to believe she is gone a year. Jenny was one of my oldest and best friends. We have been neighbors in Framingham and on Cape Cod, and very soon became close friends. No matter the distances between us, we were always close in a moment's notice. We shared social occasions, many intimate talks, and family gatherings. She's on my prayer list each day. I miss her company - which, when we were close in distance, we shared. She was so good to me and to all our family, I used to call her - not completely jokingly - Lady Bountiful. She added many dimensions to my life, too many to mention here. Now that I'm relatively sequestered, during the pandemic, I miss her all the more. She and all her family were and are a part of my life. Rest in peace, dear Jennifer.
Helen Heineman
Friend
February 17, 2021
Jenny was one of the greatest friends of my life. She was a star of my life. I will always remember her goodness and kindness to me and to all my family. I will miss her greatly.
Helen Heineman, Framingham, MA
Helen Heineman
March 28, 2020