Oliver Lambert

Oliver P. Lambert III

Monday February 14, 1944 - Tuesday September 8, 2020
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Oliver P. Lambert III age 76, of Clarksboro formerly of Mantua Twp. passed away on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. He was born in Cooper Hospital in Camden to the late Oliver P. Lambert Jr. and Virginia (Lamb), His parents were schoolteachers which allowed Oliver and his family to spend summers in Stone Harbor. He graduated from Haddon Heights High School Class of 1962 and attended Bucknell University and earned his bachelor’s degree. After college Oliver joined the US Army and was stationed in Korea during the Vietnam War. He retired from this family business, Lamb Brothers in Philadelphia which is now Staples. In his spare time, he enjoyed skiing, reading, playing handbells and playing cards, especially bridge. Oliver was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Woodbury Heights and one of his biggest joys was teaching adult Sunday School. Most of all he loved his family and adored his four grandchildren.

Oliver is survived by his wife Helen "Fran" Lambert (Wheaton), three daughters, Kim Lambert Sharp & her husband Doug of Mantua, Michelle "Miki" Bogert & her husband Roger of Palm Harbor, FL, and Kelly Sammacicci & her husband Nick of Mantua, four grandchildren, Josh, Isabella, Nicky & Zack, and his two sisters, Jean Hills & her husband Fred of West Deptford and Doris Lambert of Pitman.

Burial and Military Honors will be private at Harleigh Cemetery in Camden, NJ. As an expression of sympathy, contributions can be made to First Presbyterian Church, 335 Elm Ave., Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097. Memories and condolences can be shared at
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    Harleigh Cemetery
    Address Not Available
    Pastor Marie Branigan
  • Interment

    Harleigh Cemetery
    1640 Haddon Ave.
    Camden, NJ
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Michele Elliott

Posted at 06:41am
So many wonderful memories! Handbells, chess, strawberry picking, basketball, Session, lame jokes, and a lot of smiles and laughter!
Sending each of you our love and prayers and hugs.
Michele, Steve, and Noah Elliott

Jim and Carolyn

Posted at 09:18am
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J & J Staffing Resources

Posted at 03:36pm
With our deepest sympathies on your loss.
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Marc Sbar

Posted at 02:25pm
We were together at Haddon Heights High School, where I enjoyed our times together. I am so sorry to see him leave us and wish the best to his family
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jeff swanson

Posted at 06:45pm
I am deeply saddened at the sudden loss of Mr. Lambert. He was a very good man and it showed in how dedicated he was to his family and the church. I always respected and looked up to Mr. Lambert. He will be missed. My deepest sympathies and prayers to you all in your time of loss. God Bless!!

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