Harold E. Lamb

Born: Thu., Jan. 22, 1931
Died: Thu., Feb. 19, 2015


Visitation

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Mon., Feb. 23, 2015
Location: Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home


Funeral Service

10:30 AM Tue., Feb. 24, 2015
Location: Union United Methodist Church


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HAROLD  E.  LAMB

    Harold E. Lamb, 84, of Quincy, died at 2:00 a.m. Thursday (February 19, 2015) in Blessing Hospital.

   Born January 22, 1931 in Quincy, Harold was the son of Carl and Lillian Kushion Lamb.  He married his High School sweetheart, Marjorie Dennis, on July 17, 1952 in Union United Methodist Church.  She survives.

   Mr. Lamb served his country in the U. S. Navy during the Korean War.

   A lifetime member of Union United Methodist Church, Harold was a very active member from the beginning, helping to build the church at 11th and State. He was a Past President of the Men's Club and the Fidelis Sunday School Class and had served as the chairman of the Trustee's and drove the church van.  Harold is also a member of Herman Masonic Lodge No. 39, Quincy Consistory, Quincy American Legion Post No. 37, Illinois Police Association, FBI National Academy Association and was a life member of the Policemen Benevolent and Protective Association.  

   Mr. Lamb was employed with the Quincy Police Department for 26 years, retiring as Captain of the Criminal Investigative Division. He was later employed by Burns International Security Service and then as chief of security for Gardner Denver Company, retiring in 1985.

   Survivors include his wife, Marjorie; a daughter, Vickie Lamb of Quincy; two nieces, Donna Jean Lamb of Mesa, AZ and Cathy Frisbee of Roger City, AR; one great niece, Christina Staffieri; and a sister in law, Mary E. Lamb of Mesa, AZ.

   Mr. Lamb was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Carlene Schott; and three brothers, Merle Lamb, Charlie Lamb and Norbert Lamb.

   Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 in the Union United Methodist Church with Pastor Tim Woodard officiating.  Burial with Military Honors by the Quincy American Legion Post 37 and the U. S. Navy Funeral Honor Guard will be in Greenmount Cemetery.

    Visitation will be Monday evening from 4:00 to 7:00 at the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home and Tuesday morning from 9:30 until the time of services at Union United Methodist Church. Herman Masonic Lodge No 39 will conduct services Monday evening at 7:00 at the funeral home.

   Memorials may be made to Union United Methodist Church.

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Dick & Pat Wentura
   Posted Thu February 19, 2015
Dear Margie and Vickie,
Thinking of you and remembering our 15th Street neighbors of many years ago.
Sincerely,
Pat(Dicks) & Dick Wentura

Jack and Judi Mohrman
   Posted Fri February 20, 2015
Margie and Vickie
Know that we are thinking and praying for you...Our sincere Sympathy
Jack and Judi

Gilberta Dorsey
   Posted Mon February 23, 2015
Marjorie and Vicki,
Word cannot express how my heart aches for you. Harold was a very special man. I guess God needs his help more than we need him here on earth.
I am so sorry I cannot be with you. I am flying out very early tomorrow on business, still working and not packed. I look forward to visiting with you in the near future.
May God hold you in the palm of his hands and grant you strength and peace during this difficult time.

Gregory Lewis
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
I meet Harold through his wife when I worked at Blessing. Through his guidence and teaching I became a police officer in Hannibal, Mo. I can say that I have never met a more self giving and honorable man in my life and fine and upstanding mason.

You will be missed greatly Harold

Bob Morwell
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
I just learned of Harold's passing. He was a good man who cared for his family, his community, and his church. He lived an honorable life and sought to serve his Lord. I am grateful to have known him, and I wish you God's grace and comfort.

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