Joan Lambert

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died January 15, 2007

Joan W. Lambert, 83, of 8455 P.5 Road, Gladstone, died Saturday morning December 15, 2007 at her residence in Gladstone following a brief illness.
Joan was born July 13, 1924 in Goodman, WI the daughter of Joseph and Emma (Cahee) Hendricks. She was raised in Goodman and was a 1942 graduate of the Goodman High School. Following graduation she moved to Milwaukee where she worked for the AT&T Phone Company. Joan was united in marriage to Kenneth Lambert on May 17, 1947 in Goodman. They made their home in L

0 Tributes for “Joan Lambert

    She was my sister, my godmother, my friend. I have my childhood memories of visiting her & her family during school vacations, and my “grown-up” memories of visiting with my family and of her & her family visiting at my home. Most of all, the trips we took with our mom, then later, just the two of us, and lastly, a fun-filled trip with our daughters. So much fun, so many treasured memories.”I love you Jan and will miss you always.”

    Judy Monte
    Laona, WI

    My dearest Doris and Family

    My heart goes out to you at this time. I know your mom is in a much better place and enjoying life at its fullest. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.


    Laurie Vermote
    Gladstone, MI

    I am sorry for your lost.

    James Yirsa
    Naples, FL

    To the entire Lambert family, we are so sad to hear of Joan’s passing, we admired both your mom and your dad and feel fortunate to have known them. May time ease your sadness

    Mary and Mark Malnor and family
    Rapid River

    Lambert Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Nikki (Gobert) Siedlecki
    Gladstone, MI

    To Joan’s family.

    We want to tell you how sorry we were to hear about Joan. She bowled on our league for a long time and everyone enjoyed her sense of humor and willingness to be everyone’s friend. She will be missed by all.

    Wednesday 53+ Senior Citizen Bowling League

    Mary Wilbur
    Escanaba, MI

    Our sincere sympathy to Dave, Diane, & all of Joan’s family. You are all in our thoughts & prayers.

    With love,

    Cheryl & Dennis

    Cheryl Bernard
    DeTour Vlg., MI

    As a child and an adult, my visits with my Aunt Jan were always looked forward to. I knew that there would be a lot of laughter. The best memory is of the trip that we took to Kentucky and Tennessee and how much she laughed about Tracy and Doris’ “accident” and the “presents” that Tracy and I put into Doris’ luggage.

    Denise DePagter
    Sheboygan, WI

    Well, Mom, I am proud to be the first one to leave a tribute to you. You were the best! You always set a good example for us. You never complained, you always put us first, you were always there for us. We could not have asked more of you, and you would not have hesitated to give more. God bless you in your new home. Give Dad our love, and have the best Christmas ever in heaven! We love you and miss you …..will forever. All my love, Dor

    Doris Newhouse
    Gladstone, MI

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