In Memory

Charlotte Lamb

Charlotte Lamb

Western Star July 28, 1993

Charlotte Lamb 32, of Lebanon, died Sunday July 16 at Lebanon Nursing Home. She was affiliated with the Church of God of Prophecy in Lebanon.

She is survived by her mother; Jean Gregory ; one brother James Gregory; one grandmother, Geneva Schwartz and one aunt, Opal Pennington, all of Lebanon.

Funeral services were held Friday July 23 at Stubbs Connor Funeral Home in Waynesville, Pastor Mike Dempsey officiated.

Burial was at Springboro Cemetery.    Memorial contributions may be made to The Church of God Prophecy, 12 New Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036

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02/22/09 11:57 AM #1    

Mark Powell

prayers go with you, i didn't know her well and not many of us did, but i know things were extra hard for her growing up and especially thru the junior high years

02/23/09 10:57 AM #2    

Tina Blankenship (Hurtt)

No Mark many of us did not know her well. Children can be cruel. Let's learn from our past and honor her memory. For a short time,she was one of us.

02/26/09 09:57 PM #3    

Dan Vossman

I think back and recall had badly she was treated by almost everyone in school. I hope there's a special place in Heaven for people like her, for what they had to endure. I wish I could tell her I'm sorry.

02/27/09 06:53 PM #4    

Jackie Lambert (Ball)

I wish I could apologize for things I've said or done, but all we can do now is to instill a sense of understanding and compassion in our own kids for those who are "different",and hope they don't make the same mistakes as we did.

03/03/09 09:46 PM #5    

Lori Epp (Young)

I was always nice to Charlotte. I had compassion for her struggle. I can still see her.

03/09/09 12:41 AM #6    

Karen Caum (Davis)

I remember how mean many/most kids in our class were to Charlotte. I always tried to make a point to be nice to her. One particular memory has stayed with me through the years since high school: Charlotte fell in the main hallway, dropping her books everywhere. It happened right in front of the "wall of jocks." Brad Norris left the wall to help Charlotte up, gather her books & give them back to her. I didn't consciously think of Brad when I chose my son's name (Brad), but I'm proud to say that he, too, although quite popular with his classmates, has character & would stop to help someone like Charlotte.

Okay, my little sermon is over. :-)

05/16/09 10:55 AM #7    

Janet Vernon (Vest)

God bless Charlotte. She is at peace with God and in a place where only good and happiness reign. Karen, I too recall Brad Norris' kindness and compassion to Charlotte. I often speak of it. Brad is truly a class act.

05/30/09 01:42 AM #8    

Daphne Shrout (Shelton)

i remember sitting in a health class in the 5th grade and charlotte asking my mother all the "sex" questions kids will ask.....and of course my mom answered ALL the questions....GOD BLESS CHARLOTTE!

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