Raymond G. Lambert of Tyngsboro, MA

Raymond Gerard Lambert, 87, of Tyngsboro died Friday, March 29, 2019 at Lowell General Hospital.

He was married to the late Ann Helen Lambert who died in 2012.

Born in Lowell, MA on October 9, 1931 the son of the late Thomas and Hattie Lambert. He attended Westford Public Schools.

Raymond retired from Raytheon of S. Lowell and Tewksbury in 1994. Previously worked at Guilmette’s Quarry and Fletcher Quarry both of Westford.

He was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church of Chelmsford.

He was a member of Past Time Club of Lowell.  He enjoyed bowling, ballroom dancing, singing, walking, and swimming in the ocean. He also enjoyed making beautiful birdhouses, one of a kind. He loved spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Raymond is survived by his son Paul Lambert of New Mexico; three daughters, Gail and her husband, Gary Hartwell of Litchfield, NH, Sandra Lotti of Chelmsford and Diane and her husband, Ronald Reagan of Acton; two sisters, Theresa Valcourt and Rita Borges both of Nashua, NH; seven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

He was the father of the late Gary Lambert; father-in-law of the late Mark Lotti and brother of the late Albert, Arthur, Armand, William and Leo Lambert, the late Cecile St. Onge and the late Claire Mainville.

There are no visiting hours. A Funeral Mass will be Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 11 A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Church in N. Chelmsford. Burial in the Memorial Cemetery, Tyngsboro. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.


8 Condolences for Raymond G. Lambert of Tyngsboro, MA

    Matt Loiselle

    Pepe, I love you and miss you. You will always be in my heart and memories. Thank you for all the special times and moments we shared. I love you from here to INFINITY!!!!!

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    Elaine Persons

    Thank you Uncle Ray for always being there for any member of the family. Whether it be child, niece, nephew, grandchild, sister, brother, great grandchild. You always found time to bring a smile to your visits!

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    Roger

    You always made everyone around you smile and laugh. You kept me in stitches. I know you are in heaven with all you loved ones. Rest easy Uncle Ray

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    Carol McLaughlin-Gray

    To Paul and the Lambert family. I remember both your Mother and Father fondly. My sincere condolences. Hoping you’ll find comfort in your memories.

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    James Carney

    Uncle Ray I will never forget you. You were so kind to me. I remember you playing with me. Our chair game with the t.v. the lawn mower you said I could cut the grass with. I love you Uncle. I guess it’s time to finish the game of pool you started with Dad all those years ago.

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    Dave Summa

    Ray, thank you for the laughs and the chats that we had at the mall. I will miss you buddy! You have my permission to rest peacefully with your wife and other family members. The group in the mall will never be the same again, but your memory will live on and stay strong between all of us.

    Watch over us all.

    Sleep tight old buddy!
    Dave

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    Sharon malek

    To Diane and the whole Lambert family I’m sorry to hear about your dad.your mom and dad were great people so many great memories. Shari Fortin Malek.

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    Eileen Fortin

    To all the Lambert children: so very sorry to hear, of late, the passing of your sweet father Ray. I was deeply saddened to hear this news. I have so many memories of our childhood and hope you are all doing well. Love and miss you all!!❤️ Fondly, Eileen Fortin

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