Marvin Allen Lambert Sr.

June 6, 1940December 16, 2017

Marvin was born in Tazwell, Va. In Berks Garden, Va, he was a dairy farmer and loved to socialize with people. His wife Virginia Louise Cumbee died December 23, 2010, son Donnie Ray Lambert passed early March of this year, and his daughter Dreama Kay Lambert passed several years ago as well. He was a very happy, stubborn man who was very hardheaded and spoke what he felt.

He is survived by one son: Marvin Allen Lambert, Jr; two grand daughters: Samantha Louise Stover, Virginia Kay Kimberlin; and one great granddaughter Katy Louise Stover. He passed peacefully in his home on Saturday with the love and care of his family especially Samantha and his supporters from Blue Ridge Pace!

I love you paw paw, mom, Nanny & Donnie. Fly high, angels — may you gather your wings and fly over me and bless us and keep us strong through this rough time. God Bless!


Marvin Allen Lambert Sr.

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Wayne Pauley and Chris

December 21, 2017

Sorry for your loss...May God bless you and comfort your family during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family....

Henry Vanhoozier

December 20, 2017

Marvin and I were friends at Burkes Garden High School and sorry about him passing away, Betty and I send our love and sympathy to his Family

Geraldine Coffman

December 20, 2017

I did not know him, but the description of him sounds like a "true Lambert". At least it describes many of the Lamberts that I know, especially the part about his loving to talk, and tell stories. (Sounds so much like my Dad, Luke Lambert). My sympathy to the family. Geraldine Lambert Coffman

betty vuletich

December 20, 2017


David Kimberlin

December 18, 2017

I may not be there in person but I'm definitely there in spirit, love all you guys , Sarge was definitely one of a kind is gonna be missed greatly, again love all you guys and may God be with you

John Kimberlin

December 18, 2017

He was a horrible shot and always blamed his rifle. But he was a a good man to sit and tell stories with. John Kimberlin