Darleen M. Lambert
July 21, 1927 – August 19, 2018
Darleen M. Lambert, age 91, passed away on Sunday, August 19, 2018 at Berkeley Square.
She was born on July 21, 1927 in Elrod, Indiana to Morris B. Stevens and Pearl Corwin. Darleen graduated from Purdue University and from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She worked as a County Extension Agent at Ohio State University for many years before retiring. In her spare time, Darleen enjoyed sewing and traveling, especially to Alaska and Hawaii. She liked to swim and taught water aerobics. Darleen loved spending time with her family. She is survived by her daughters Louise L. Hanauer, Judy (Dave) Evans, Nancy Hatfield; daughter in law Sue Hanauer; 8 grandchildren; many great grandchildren and great great-grandchildren; siblings Genelle Henderson and Virginia MacDonald; and many nieces and nephews. Darleen was preceded in death by her son David Hanauer, sister Doris Mounts, and brother Donald Stevens. A Gathering will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 10 to 11am, with a Celebration of Life to follow at 11am at the Webb Noonan Kidd Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Hospice of Cincinnati or the Alzheimer’s Association.
- Darleen is survived by her daughters Louise L. Hanauer, Judy (Dave) Evans, Nancy Hatfield; daughter in law Sue Hanauer; 8 grandchildren; many great grandchildren and great great-grandchildren; siblings Genelle Henderson and Virginia MacDonald; and many nieces and nephews.
644 Linn Street #1026 , Cincinnati, Ohio 45203
Hospice of Cincinnati
4360 Cooper Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
- Gathering Saturday, September 8, 2018
- Celebration of Life Saturday, September 8, 2018
Darleen M. Lambert
August 31, 2018
Darleen was a woman that made our lives great. After our two oldest were born we moved from Colorado to Ohio to be closer to her, so our kids could know their grandparents. She loved to have have us on the farm. She would teach the kids and me so many things. A natural teacher, Darleen taught us sewing, gardening, canning, swimming and the love of the outdoors. She shared her love of travel and history and her love of art. A warm soul who navigated this life through ups and downs and health problems with a smile on her face and love in her heart. She visited us several times when we moved back to New Mexico, enjoying the balloon fiesta, Acoma Pueblo (where even with a bad knee shecould still out-walk me), attending one of the grand kids' weddings. And taking the tram to the top of the Sandias. She was a true Grandmother and the best Mother-in-law. Even when she disagreed with our lifestyle of birthing children at home and homeschooling them, she still supported us. I will miss her.