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John Lambert

John Lambert

Sunday, October 13th, 1974 - Monday, February 10th, 2020
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Obituary

Passed suddenly at Milton District Hospital on Monday February 10th, 2020, surrounded by his loving family. Survived by loving wife Louise Lambert and mother Marlene Lambert. Cherished by his children Kyle, Scott and Emily. John will be sadly missed by his brothers Harry (Suzanne) and Peter and nieces and nephews Joshua (Meghan), Melissa, Conner, and great niece and nephew Rein and Kyrie. John will be fondly remembered by the Cini family, in laws; the late Joseph Cini, Diane, Joanna (Franco), and Frank (Carol) and nieces and nephews Justin, Jacob, Riley, Sebastiano, Joshua, and Chloe. John will be reuniting with his daughter Jenna and father Tom Lambert in heaven.

Family and friends are invited to celebrate the life of John Lambert on Tuesday February 18th, 2020 from 7 – 9 pm at the Bob Rumble Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf, 7801 5 Sideroad, Milton, ON L9T 2X7.

Tributes honoring John will occur at 7:30 pm.

As expressions of sympathy, donations in memory of John can be made to the CMHA (Canadian Mental Health Association) or directly to support his family through a Go Fund Me page (https://www.gofundme.com/f/remembering-john-lambert?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=sms&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet).







John Lambert was my husband and my soulmate, I can barely remember life without him, we’ve been together since we were 17 years old. He loved me and his children tremendously. I remember him telling me at night how proud he was of Kyle, and how he always stuck up for injustice and had a deep sense of empathy for others. He was proud of Scott’s sincere kindness to others, his calming presence, and his strong ability to make the right choice. Emily was the apple of his eye and could do no wrong. He would often tell me he admired her ability to always work hard and do amazing in school. He admires that she doesn’t put up with nonsense. Jenna, our daughter, lost and forever grieved, he acknowledged and loved her deeply.
He always told me how he believed in me. Recently, there was an acting thing that came up and he tried to convince me I would be famous. He was a kind loving partner. He loved his brothers and mother and sister-in-law and my family dearly. I am going to address the elephant in the room, and what people have asked.

Was John Depressed?

What happened?

This does not define John and who he was. We were going through tough times, yes, there were many things unexpected this year. John unfortunately always had trouble expressing his feelings. Was our life perfect? No, but did it appear something like this would happen absolutely not, we are all shocked.
I am saying this to anyone that is “holding it in” please talk to someone. To the community, how you can help is talk to my children when you see them, help me look out for them. Some times we will cry, sometimes we will be angry, sometimes we will laugh. We Realize the challenges ahead all too well as the grief we have experienced with the loss of our daughter Jenna. There are going to be birthdays, Christmas and father’s day.
I just ask the community to love my children as we move forward the best we can. There will be ups and downs but we will remember the years we had blessed with John. please everyone remember his death doesn’t define his life. Thank you so much for all the support around us.
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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Location
    Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence For the Deaf
    Address
    7801 5 Side Road
    MILTON, ON L9T 2X7
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Donations are being accepted for: THE CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION.

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GREG KARAGUESIAN

Posted at 07:49pm
Louise, Kyle, Scott and Emily
I’m very saddened to hear about your huge loss.
John and I enjoyed many moments at the cottage in Dorset. I always looked forward to our brief visits since John was often busy building the cottage. I’ve watched him with such determination finish off a very difficult building project. He amazed me with his skill and perseverance as a beautiful cottage was built beside a cliff on bedrock.
I will think of John whenever I’m visiting the cottage, he was always friendly , approachable and kind.
My sincere condolences to all of you.
Greg Karaguesian
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Christene Cunningiham

Posted at 04:50pm
Louise, Kyle, Scott and Emily, we are so sad to hear of the passing of John. We will always remember him as a kind, helpful man with a heart of gold. We enjoyed living next to you and look back at those times together with fond memories. Our sincere condolences, Glen, Christene, Mitch and Kurtis Cunningham
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Marsha Connery

Posted at 03:39pm
John was a little brother to me. We wrestled and faught like two siblings. We created this silly game, with giving each other the bird. One night we played dial a flush and couldn’t stop laughing. He recently at Christmas talked to my son about his winning streak. I will always think of John as my little brother and remember him playing with his wrestling figures and that smile of his. Love u John u are and always will be, my little brother; forever in my heart
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Ruth Cleary, Bruce Dixon

Posted at 08:22pm
We will always remember John as a really kind man. We have many wonderful memories of our families getting together eating ice cream, playing cards, and spelunking at Glen Eden. We were also privileged to see John's creative side with the care and effort he put into our home renovations. We will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
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Tracey May

Posted at 09:08pm
My sincere condolences to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers go out to you.
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