Blanche J. Lamberg, age 82, of 503 North 11th Street; Gladstone, passed away on Saturday, February 28th, 2009, at the Park View Manor in Green Bay where she was a patient for the previous three weeks. She had been a patient at the Christian Park Center in Escanaba prior to her relocating to Green Bay.
On October 4th, 1926, Blanche was born to Fred and Ruby (Burr) Deiter, was raised in Soo Hill and attended Soo Hill Schools. After her marriage to LeRoy Lamberg, she moved to Neenah, Wisconsin where she and her husband lived for 35 years. They returned to Delta County in 1983, settling in Gladstone.
Blanche was a member of St. Anthony Church in Wells. She also was an active volunteer at the Christian Park Village in Escanaba for many years and was named
Dear Jim and Mike,
I am very sorry and sad over the passing of your Mom.She was a pleasant and kind woman. Her smile and joyfulness always made me feel so good.
Hang on to all the memories of your Mom. For me it is the family gatherings we used to have in Neenah and in Gladstone. The food, the stories, the laughter. may God Bless You and ease your pain.
Love, Aunt Dorothy Lamberg Kollmann
Mike & Jim,
I am very sorry to hear about your mother. I didn’t know her, but she must have been amazing because she raised two wonderful people like you. Jim, I never met you, but I remember my father-in-law (Jeff Kallio) talking about you when he was at Christian Park Health Care Center. I never told you how much I appreciated your kindness toward him. Even if you just said a simple “hello” or carried on a small conversation with him, it meant a lot. Mike, you are a great friend of mine. You have always been there for me. I wish there was something I could do to help make this difficult situation a bit easier. Just remember all the wonderful memories with your mom. I know that she is in heaven looking down at you and smiling. You both should be proud because you made her proud. Her life here was blessed. Take care. My prayers are with you and your family.
Hi Jim & Mike, Sorry to hear about your mom. I have many happy memories of her coming out here with Harold and Martha. We would sit on the deck and visit while Al was grilling supper. Sorry that we can’t be there, but as I told you we are leaving for Florida on Wed. and will be gone all month. Much love and blessings on you. aunt Linda
Linda Lamberg- Erickson
Bark River, MI