In Memory

Sally Lambert

Sally Lambert



 
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07/26/18 11:52 AM #1    

Robert Steiner, Md PhD

Sally Lambert was a brilliant student in the WHS Class '66 - she was so smart!  She was an intellectual leader, a very good writer, with great skill of logic and presentation.  Sally also had a grand sense of humor.  I remember her laughing, with squinty dark eyes and a big smile, accompanied by hand gestures such as clapping, as she was bending at the waist and knees - just like a good belly laugh...  Fun!

I am surprised at her passing - we last saw each other at the 50th reunion last year.  My condolences to her Family.  May Sally, her Family and all of us find a Peace within...   

Rob Steiner, MD PhD 

       August 3, 2018  Post script:  I visited Sally's grave in Cave Hill Cemetery yesterday.  She is buried in Lot    39.  It is easy to find.  Enter from GRinstead Drive, turn right at first crossroad, go straight as far NE as you can travel on the road, and park near a short turn off road for a cliff view.  Her grave is near that for her parents.  I did not know that Sally's Father was a WWII Army vet.  I also was able to meet Sally son Josh and to see his wife and two children at funeral.  All seems well.  RIP

 


07/27/18 05:22 PM #2    

John Snook

Sally was one of those people you meet through life who you never forget. She was extremely bright in high school and I imagine in the rest of her life. I am continually sadden to learn of her passing. I will always remember her laugh and wit coupled with the knowledge that she always was one of the nicest person that I can remember. My condolences to her family and friends. Although the years and events that have separated my classmates, I can still remember many of the people met at Waggener and as we mature and endure through the time we have left. Memories of people like Sally will live on.

 


07/31/18 09:29 AM #3    

James Byassee

I can't really explain how grateful I am to have been able to come to Louisville due to the reunion being set up. I had a brief chance to spend a little time to reconnect with Sally. Rob Steiner expressed things about her so well. She had tough things to face in her life---maybe-- we all have. Her essence always shined through tho & my life was better to have known her.

Jim Byassee


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