Brian Lambert (13 Nov 1936 - 17 Dec 2014)

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Location
Markeaton Crematorium Markeaton Lane Derby DE22 4NH
Date
6th Jan 2015
Time
11.20am
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Derby

In loving memory of the late Brian Lambert who passed away peacefully at the Royal Derby Hospital on Wednesday 17th December 2014, aged 78 years.
Husband to the late Joyce, much loved dad to Ian, Kay, Michelle, Tracey and Joanne, step dad to Julie and the late Graham, a wonderful father in law, grandad, brother and uncle. Brian will be sadly missed by all of his family and friends.

Brians Sister donated £10 in memory of Brian

Thanks foe all the memories. - Joan Redfern

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Brians Sister wrote

Thanks for all the memories

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Brians Sister wrote

Thanks for all the memories

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Brians Sister donated £20 in memory of Brian
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Hellen and Imran from Texas donated £10 in memory of Brian

So sorry - the end of an era.

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Joan Redfern donated £10 in memory of Brian

Thanks for all the memories

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Offline donation: P J & L S Lambert donated in memory of Brian
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Jo and Jon donated in memory of Brian

In memory of a wonderful Dad and Father in Law xx

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Offline donation: Gerald & Michelle Haslam donated in memory of Brian
Lynda Aspley donated in memory of Brian

In memory of Brian, a kind, caring and thoughtful man.

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Kayleigh and Atif donated in memory of Brian

In memory of one of the kindest, funniest men that have ever lived xxx

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MARK COCKSWORTH donated £50 in memory of Brian
MARK COCKSWORTH wrote

Brian you were one in a million, you were the most nicest, kindest big hearted guys I have ever known, of which I am privalidgd . I have lots of cherished memories of Caravan Club weekends, and many a hour down the pub. Rest in piece big man. Always in our hearts and minds but never forgotten. Love you loads! Mark XX.

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david smith wrote

Lovely memories of brian and joyce in our caravaning days he will be joining sheila john frank and doris who are all at peace now.

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Leanne Woodger wrote

My darling beautiful grandad. It still doesnt seem real that your asleep eternally. But i take joy in the fact that you are now at peace. You will always be an inspiration to me and i will continue to do you proud. With all my heart i love you and miss you so much already. Much love always you big softy. Your grandaughter leanne and grest grandchildren thomas, abbie, ellie and stacey xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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rachel lambert wrote

Grandad u made me laugh and smile nd u was always happy and i will miss u dearly nd love u lots ur allways in my thoughts love u lots granddaughter rachel xxxx

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Kelly Lambert wrote

To grandad

Every time we saw you was always happy & full laugher ...
Lots of love to pass around the family xx going to miss you lots ... Gone until we meet again

Lots of love granddaughter Kelly and grand children too

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Kelly Lambert wrote

To grandad

Every time we saw you was always happy & full laugher ...
Lots of love to pass around the family xx

Lots of love granddaughter Kelly and grand children too

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Julie green wrote

To dad,

I look at my side everyday and I see you next to me, in your son Ian. I miss the laughs we use to have and your personality. Thinking of you always love ❤ you ❤

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  • my dad thrid from the left miss you dad xx

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Brians Sister wrote

YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED.


You will always be remembered
As the best Dad and Granddad ever, as a wonderful brother
And as a man that people,
Were proud to call a friend.


You will always be remembered
As a man of real character
As a person with a sense of humour and full of mischief
A proper wind up merchant, right up to the end.


You will always be remembered
As a man of great pride and honour
As someone who was respected by every one
Whose loyalty to others, would never bend.


You will always be remembered
For your loving and caring nature
As a man, always there for everyone
A helping hand, you were always willing to lend.



You will always be remembered
Deep in all of our hearts and you will be missed, beyond belief
You will always be remembered
With great affection and never ending love.

You will always be remembered.
You will always be remembered





Tracey Fearn

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