Ronald Lee Lamb

Ronald Lee Lamb, 63, Kingsville, Mo., died Friday, Jan. 31, at home.

The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Sunday at the Lee’s Summit Seventh Day Adventist Church.  Funeral services will be at noon Monday, Feb. 10, at the church.  Burial will follow in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery.  Arrangements by Ben Cast & Son – Wood Funeral Home, Holden, Mo.

He was born October 9, 1950 in Burlington, Iowa, the son of Lawrence Clifford and Phoebe Madeline (Buck) Lamb.  He graduated high school in Mediapolis, Iowa in 1948 and had lived in Lee’s Summit and Pleasant Hill before moving to Kingsville six months ago.

On October 10, 1970 he married Diane Heston in Burlington.  Mr. Lamb was a residential home builder and a member of the Lee’s Summit Seventh Day Adventist Church.

He leaves his wife, Diane, of the home; one son, Ron Lamb, Jr. Branson, Mo.; two daughters, Chrissy Fletcher, Kansas City, Mo., and Jenifer Hickman, Holden, Mo.; two sisters, Linda McCabe and Debbie Anderson, both in Burlington, Iowa; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

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2 Responses to Ronald Lee Lamb

  1. Jamie Dodge Reply

    February 12, 2014 at 11:34 am

    Ron Lamb Jr.

    This is Jamie Dodge of J&D Hardwood. I just found out 10 minutes ago about your fathers passing. I am so sorry for your loss, I know how religious you both are, and knowing he is in heaven with our Lord hopefully will ease some of your burden. He was awesome to deal with, and I will miss him very much. This really sucks! I’m speechless, and am without words? My prayers go out to you and your family Ron. I hope I will see you around.

  2. Deborah Lile Reply

    February 17, 2014 at 4:05 pm

    Ron was always smiling and welcoming. When I first started attending Lees Summit Seventh Day Adventist Church he was one of the first to greet me and he continued to make me feel welcome every week. He will be greatly missed. Deborah Lile

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