David Meyrick Lamb Sr, at the age of 50, said goodbye to this world, but what a journey he had! He made our life full of joy, love, sadness, and amazing experiences.
David, who was born in Centralia, Pennsylvania, loved nothing more than to race at top speed while listening to loud music. He had a smile that shone in the deepest recesses of our lives and lived life in the fast lane, propelled by adrenaline.
He had a great deal of compassion for others and would always lend a helping hand.
David had a captivating aura that pulled people in. David Meyrick Lamb Sr was charismatic, humorous, and caring.
He had a wonderful sense of humor that could make even the most dull days more enjoyable, and he had a remarkable knack for making strangers into close friends.
David Meyrick Lamb Sr was a treasured son of David Lamb and a devoted father of Meyrick Lamb.
Adam Adams and Rachel Lamb, his siblings, too possessed a wild energy, which solidified their unshakable bond.
We take solace in the knowledge that David meets up with his beloved mother, Eileen Adams, and they laugh and love forever, far beyond our comprehension.
Additionally, along with several Aunts and Uncles, he is also survived by his niece and nephews, Drisauna Falk, Bryson Woodley, Michael Adams, and Adam Kenninitz.
The Rev. Rose Marquardt will preside over a Celebration of Life on Saturday, July 29, 2023, at noon in the C. J. Lucas Funeral Home Inc., 1053 Chestnut St., Kulpmont. A burial will take place in Mount Carmel Cemetery in Mount Carmel Township.
In last, the Kulpmont funeral home will be open for visitation on Saturday from 10 a.m. until the start of the service.