James Ernest Lambert

July 21, 1921 - April 13, 2008

07/21/1921 - 04/13/2008

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Service
Thursday April 17, 2008
11:00 am
Bayside Baptist Church
1920 Pleasure House Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
757-460-2481 | Directions

James E. Lambert

Virginia Beach- James Ernest Lambert, Sr., 86, went to be with the Lord Sunday April 13, 2008 in his residence. He was born in Bluestone, WV and was the son of the late Paris H. and Trula Faye Lambert. He was a member of Bayside Baptist Church and the Independent Order of the Odd Fellows, Lafayette Lodge No. 9 .
He was preceded in death by his wife of 66 years , Virginia D. Lambert earlier this year.

He is survived by his daughter, Barbara F. Lambert and her husband Kenney Barr of Gloucester Point , VA ; two sons James E. Lambert , Jr. and wife Barbara of Camden, NC and Charles D. Lambert and wife Dana of Victoria, TX; one brother Paris H. Lambert, Jr. of Tampa , FL ; two sisters , Mary Danielson of Winter Park , FL and Dottie Kiser of Marion , VA . He is also survived by his four grandchildren , Eric Lambert and wife Debbie, Cindi Kissack and husband Sean, Kelly Simerson and husband Jeff, and Ashley Lambert; three great-grandchildren , Joshua, Allison , and Kaylee Simerson.

A memorial service will be conducted by Rev. J. Mark Pullen Thursday at 11:00AM at Bayside Baptist Church 1920 Pleasure House Road, Virginia Beach 23455 with a reception to follow . In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Bayside Baptist Church or the American Heart or Diabetes Association.

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Ozzie & Marilyn Pretzman
8 years ago

Dear Barbara & Charles, stretch your memories back to the 60’s, we remember your family fondly during those early days at Va Beach Comm Chapel. Your dad was our bible teacher and both of your parents our dear friends. Charles, you were in my Sunday school class for a number of years, I remember you as a little bashful, blond boy. May the Lord bless you and give you peace knowing that He has prepared a place for your dad.

We moved to Gloucester county 12 years ago and love it here. If you every want to contact us we are in the Gloucester phone book, or contact us by email.

With fond memories, Ozzie & Marilyn Pretzman

Michelle Sirmans
8 years ago

Dear Barbie,

So sorry to hear about your loss. Your Dad was so sweet and he was blessed to have such a caring daughter as you. My heart goes out to you and your family.

Sharon Fenton Lawrence
8 years ago

Dear Family,

I had the joy of knowing your parents at Ocean View Baptist Church and more recently at Bayside.

They were one of first families I remember in Lake Shores when we moved there in 1969. Your Dad did several electrical fixes for my Mom and Dad. Your Mom and I loved to compare the real estate weekly notices about homes in Lake Shores on Sunday before the 8:30 service started. They were a wonderful couple and great neighbors to have. I hope they that are having a joyous reunion with my parents in the heavenly place I know they are. Although, you have suffered a great lost in the pass six months, heaven has gained a great couple. Again, my prayers and thoughts are with you’all during this especially difficult time. Sharon Lawrence

Karen & GAry Williams
8 years ago

Hi Barbie; this was a pretty cool memory book. Hope you are learning how to take care of yourself. see you soon.

Peace & Love, K &G

Ellen Shaw Colson
8 years ago

May you find chicken and dumplings waiting for you in heaven becaause I know you will be there with Aunt Virginia and God waiting for you with open arms. With loving memories and funny ones too

Ellen

Debi Caton
8 years ago

My memories of Uncle Ernest are some of the happiest I have!! He was always so full of fun and laughter…and always ready to tease!! I think he has left a bit of this with each of us to cherish!! We love you!! Debi

Diane Laino
8 years ago

My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours during your time of grief

Outreach For Christ, Inc
8 years ago

Our deepest sympathies to the Lambert family at the loss of James Lambert Sr. James & Virginia Lambert were both faithful supporters of Outreach For Christ, with their time and donations. In turn it was our privilege to pray for them and their family members. We will continue to pray for the family in their time of sorrow. They will both be sorely missed. JESUS MUST BE LORD. Wayne Skinner, The Outreach For Christ Family & Volunteers.