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Obituaries » Jean Gay Lamm

November 3, 1932 - July 18, 2017

Service Date: July 20, 2017

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Posted by:
Fj

Posted on:
July 29, 2017

Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss. Take comfort in the knowledge that Almighty God has prepared a future for the human family where those in God's memory have the prospect of a life on earth without the cloud of pain sickness or death. Psalms 37;10,11&29 and Revelation 21;4

Posted by:
Angie Lucas

Posted on:
July 24, 2017

Ms. Jean use to babysit me and my brother when she lived in 5 points (that was many many moons ago) I loved it when I would walk into Walmart and I would run into her and she would ask me how my family were doing..She will be missed greatly..She was an angel her on earth and now she has earned her angel wings up in heaven...RIP Ms. Jean

Posted by:
Julie Webster

Posted on:
July 19, 2017

Jean was such a sweet sweet soul! She kept my sister and I when we were children for a period because my grandmother had surgery. We both absolutely adored her! Love and prayers to her family! She kept us around the time Alesha was born and I remember her being over the moon in love with that baby! She will be missed by every life she ever touched.

Posted by:
Valerie Hawley

Posted on:
July 19, 2017

Jean kept me and my sister when we were kids. She was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever met. She was very much loved and will be missed by many.

Posted by:
Carol Brinkley

Posted on:
July 19, 2017

Miss Jean was a very special lady. I enjoyed working with her at Walmart. She was always a joy and had a smile for everyone. She will be truly missed. My prayers to her family that she loved very much.

Posted by:
Donn O

Posted on:
July 19, 2017

Loved Miss Jean. We met at New Beginnings Community Church. I always looked for her at Wal Mart. She never failed to ask about my son and how he was doing and blessed we all are. Such a pretty lady, inside and out! She will surely be missed. My sympathies to you and your family !

Posted by:
Carol and Larry Cox

Posted on:
July 19, 2017

Ms. Jean was my sweet neighbor when I lived in Wilson. She loved her family, her church, her cats, and her parking place (which she guarded enthusiastically). Her friendliness and Southern charm drew others to her. She knew where everything was in Walmart and loved talking to customers when she worked there. We got a Christmas card from her this past Christmas. I had meant to write but waited too late. Please accept our deepest sympathies for the loss of your mother and grandmother.

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