Lillian C. Lambert

November 4, 1933February 24, 2019

Lillian C. Lambert, (nee' Naab), 85, Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Sunday, February 24, 2019.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas W. Naab and Helen A. (nee' Wood) Naab; her husband, John "Jack" Lambert; her sisters and their spouses, Veronica Banks-Koby (Robert) Koby; Mary K. Mueller, and Helen (Robert) Hartman; her brother-in-law Charles Banks; and nephew Peter "Petey" L. Mueller, Jr.

She is survived by nephews Thomas (Jeri) Hartman, Charles (Cara) Banks; and William (Kelly) Banks; nieces Mary Ann (the late Ernest "Chief") Voss; Mary Christine "Chris" (Steve) Carlson, Helen (the late Gary) Boden, Lisa (Stephen) Dallman, Catherine (Scott) Stablein, and Ann (Tom WIlson) Banks; and numerous great and great-great nieces and nephews.

Lillian worked for her father in the family business, Naab's Meats and Groceries, in Rock Island Illinois. She also worked for RIMCO, Rock Island Millwork Company, and retired from John Deere after decades of service.

In retirement, Lillian and her husband moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and spent many happy years there together.

The family wishes to thank Tom Boeck and George Palz for their love and friendship through the many years.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 10am on Saturday, March 23, at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Rock Island Illinois.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Alzheimer's Association in honor of Lillian are greatly appreciated.


23 March

Memorial Mass

10:00 am

Saint Pius X Catholic Church

2502 29th Avenue
Rock Island, Illinois 61201


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Mary Carlson

March 1, 2019

Well Aunt Lil, we were never able to play row row row your boat. However, every time I hear it. I will have a smile on my face and think of you..
Love you Aunt Liliago.

Vicky Borzick

February 26, 2019

We would like to express our deepest condolences to the family of Lillian Lambert; special thoughts and prayers are sent to the families of Lisa (Steve) Dallman and Chris (Steve) Carlson.
"Lord, those who die still live in Your presense; their lives change, but do not end."
Vicky and Brian Borzick