OBITUARY

Creola Lambert

December 14, 1925December 31, 2018

Creola Agatha Lambert passed away on December 31, 2018. Beloved wife of the late Ashford. Dear mother of the late Linda Vondrasek (Bill), Tammy Carlton (John Jr.) and Dean Lambert (Debbie deceased). Loving grandmother of Allen Carlton, Janel Plats (Shane), Linda Carlton, Dean Thomas Lambert, and Crystal Lambert-Knepper (Joe). Cherished great grandmother of Jasmine Rose Lambert-Knepper. Private family services.

Services

  • Private family services will be held
REMEMBERING

Creola Lambert

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Charlene Helmick

January 5, 2019

I never got to meet my beautiful Aunt however my mom has shared what a wonderful lady she was growing up, and how I favored my Aunt.y thoughts and prayers are with you.

Crystal Lambert-Knepper

January 5, 2019

Grandma,
Where to begin? You and Grandpa pretty much raised my brother and I growing up. We loved going to the house almost every weekend. You, Grandpa, and Aunt Linda would always take us to the Mall and the park every single time we came over. I learned to be kind, loving, strong, believe in GOD, believe in my-self, to be a woman, and to forgive. I will never forget how gentle and kind you were and the love that you shared with family. We celebrated every Thanksgiving, Easter, and Christmas as a huge family at your house and times will never be the same! I will never forget helping Grandpa out in the garden and coming in with all the green beans and we would "snap" them together. I loved the way you and Grandpa loved and respected each other. I'll never forget when my brother talked me into climbing into the tree by the garage and I was to scared to jump out and Grandpa had to resuce me then you chased my brother around and spanked his butt with the fly swatter! LOL! We all are definitely going to miss you laughs and your amazing cooking. Thank you for taking us to Geauga Lake and Sea World twice a year. My heart is just so full of sadness right now and I can't stop thinking about you! I'm happy that you are not suffering or lonely anymore and that you and Grandpa are back together again. I love you more than words can say and I can't wait to see you again someday! Thank you for being my rock and teaching us true values of life. Love you forever! XOXOXO

Brenda Mullenax

January 4, 2019

My Aunt Creola was a kind and gracious lady. We always enjoyed when she and her family would come for a visit. Once when she came to visit she had on a beautiful blue bracelet, that I greatly admired. The next time she came to visit she gave me a little blue bracelet similar to hers. I treasured the bracelet for many years. I enjoyed talking to her on the phone . Sometimes I would pick her up and we would go visit her brother, (my Uncle ) Carl. We would have a great day talking and reminiscing about the family. We will miss her. Precious memories.

Melissa Cook

January 4, 2019

Mom and dad use to do family vacation and one summer we when to her house and they had a huge Siamese cat I think it was Siamese cat but you wasn't allowed to touch it cuz it only liked her and her husband and I remember wanting to touch the kitty so bad even when I was using the bathroom it was sitting in the window seal and it was growling at me the whole time but I still wanted to touch it I will never forget that ,she was really nice and me talkin to her when Mom would be here calling her and she would ask to speak with me for a little what a nice lady..momma (wilda cook sister)sends her love .

FROM THE FAMILY