Obituaries Related to "Lambert" from New York Times Archive
Mr. Lambert, a nurse who was left in a vegetative state after a 2008 accident, had been taken off life support. The case bitterly divided his family.
She was a dominant, German-born world-class athlete, but the Nazis said she had not qualified for the 1936 Games.
LAMBERT--Julie Rosen. Beloved daughter of Terri and Neal Rosen. Cherished sister of Linda and Jason Baskind and David Rosen. Loving aunt of Emma and Abby. Dear granddaughter of Murray and Sylvia Rosen and the late Beatrice and Jesse Goldman. Her kindness, sweetness, and always wanting to help other people will always be remembered. We will always love you very much. Services today, 12 noon at ''Gutterman's'' 8000 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, L.I. LAMBERT - ROSEN -- Julie. Our deepest sympathy ...
Gavin Lambert, an incisive observer of life in Hollywood through his screenplays, novels and film histories, died on Sunday at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 80. The cause was pulmonary fibrosis, said Mart Crowley, the executor of his estate.
LAMBERT--Abbott. Central Synagogue records with profound sorrow the passing of its longtime member Abbott Lambert. We extend heartfelt sympathy to his bereaved family. Peter J. Rubinstein, Rabbi Alfred Youngwood, President
LAMBERT--Abbott. Our dear uncle, remembering you with love and affection. Hope, Harold, and Abbye Simkowitz LAMBERT--Abbott L. on July 13, 2004. Loving husband of the late Lois Lambert. Father of Nancy Lambert and Jane Peck. Father-in-law of Steve Rodgers and Dave Peck. Brother of the late Phyllis Hamburger and uncle of Hope and Amy. Services private. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The American Cancer Society or a charity of ones choosing. LAMBERT--Abbott L. Over 55 years of fri ...
LAMBERT--Samuel. Eightyfour, died April 25, 2004. Track star, decorated WW II veteran, businessman, active citizen, loving family member. Survived by devoted wife Rita, children, Roy, Jeff, and Geri, and eight grandchildren. Services April 28th at 11 A.M. at Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester in Rye. Contributions may be sent to Sarah Neuman Nursing Home.
LAMBERT--Evelyn. Died on February 23, 2004, in Cuernavaca, in her 97th year. A world traveler, her principal residences were in Havana, Dallas, and The Veneto, Italy, before moving to Mexico. Twice widowed, she leaves a throng of loving friends.
LAMBERT--Howard A. On November 25, 2003 (the 115th wedding anniversary of his parents). Beloved brother of nine. Survived by Mary E. Lambert and Grace L. Skoglund. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Formerly of Lambert & Skoglund Company, C.D. Mallory and Glander Intl. The family will receive friends on Friday at Chas. Peter Nagel, 352 East 87 Street, NY, NY from 2-5 and 79PM. Mass of Christian Burial St. Monica's R.C. Church, on Saturday, 11 AM.
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