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Pinecrest Funeral Home & Memorial Park

7401 Highway 5 N, Alexander, AR

OBITUARY

Gerald Michael Lambert

June 1, 1968June 3, 2020

Gerald Michael Lambert of Little Rock died peacefully at his home on June 3, 2020. Originally from Charleville, County Cork, Ireland, Gerald worked in the bar/restaurant industry in New York for many years before moving to Little Rock and opening an Irish pub. Seeking a career change, Gerald attended UA-Little Rock for three years while working full time and graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in E-Commerce in 2015. He enjoyed music and played percussion throughout his life. Gerald is survived by his loving and devoted wife Pamela LeCroy Lambert, sister-in-law, Pat Ulrich (Steve), siblings Ossie (Eileen), Mary Moore (Bobby), Anselm of Ireland, Vera Griffin (Jim) of Benton, John (Laura) of Conway, many nieces and nephews, and close friends Jason Lee Hale and Dauphne Trenholm. Services will be Wednesday, June 10, at 6:00 p.m. at St. Edward Catholic Church, 801 Sherman St, Little Rock. We thank Hospice Home Care for their excellent support. To share a memory of Gerald with his family visit www.pinecrestmemorialpark.com

Services

  • Service

    Wednesday, June 10, 2020

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Scott Parker

June 10, 2020

Sharing the stage with him, his friendship to me and my friends. I hope your beating a drum set in the big Irish band up there brother. I’ll be along in awhile until then brother Rest in Him and the Peace He brings to us all.... see you soon bro.

Paudie O Connell

June 6, 2020

Sincere condolences to all the Lamberts, extended family and friends during this very difficult time - regards Paudie O’Connell and family - Florida ..

Stephanie Dungey

June 5, 2020

I worked with Gerry at Chenal Country Club and loved every second of knowing him. He was kind, hard working, and one of the funniest people I know. He will be truly missed.

Deb Howell

June 5, 2020

John, so sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. He was obviously a lovely man. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy to you and the entire family.

John and Deb Howell
Conway, AR

david toth

June 5, 2020

My name is Dave Toth and I worked with Gerry for many years in New York. When I arrived Gerry had already spent a number of years working the rough and tumble neighborhood of Hells Kitchen. He took me under his wing and taught me the ropes of dealing with so many different personalities and walks of life. He was born 1 day before me but would joke that I was just a kid. He was like a big brother who became a great friend. Gerry treated everyone with the same degree of utmost respect, and with his clever sense of humor and harmless teasing, made everyone feel welcome. He was no pushover but his heart of gold always shone through. He would always talk so fondly of his family and many late nights he would get melancholy and need one of his Gerry hugs. One of the most endearing, fun, funny, charming, interesting and genuine people I’ve ever met and I feel so fortunate to have had him in my life for as long as I did. This is a very heartbreaking time for me and for anyone that had the great fortune to know him.

Bernadette Griffin

June 4, 2020

My deepest sympathy to Pamela and all the Lambert family.
Gerald was called after my late husband his uncle Gerald and
we always felt he was special. We missed him and the family
when they moved to Arkansas. Face book has helped keep in
contact. He was lucky to be surrounded with so much love.
Sending love, Bernie

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY