Nora Lamb will forever live amongst my childhood memories of seeing her down the street, tasting her yummy cookies, laughing when she told us she was hot and had to have her A/C really low and remember I was FREEZING standing in the kitchen as I watched sweat beading on her forehead..hahaha. I loved trick or treating at the Lambs& house, they always had great candy!!
Nora was and forever will remain a staple in the West Lafayette Community and I am proud to have known her. Bill, give yourself a hug from all of us ""BEST CHILDREN"" and from the Spalding Family as well!
Love and Sympathy-
Mary Beth Best Eckel (3rd in rank of the 5 children)
I was so sorry to hear about your mom. I&m really sorry I couldn&t make it to the showing. Was thinking about you guys. Take Care. Love you!
My sincere condolences to the whole family.
REV. SUSAN K. FERGUSON, WLHS 73
We are deeply saddened by the loss of your Mother. Please accept our condolences.
The Class of 1967
I was saddened to read of your loss. My sincere condolences to all of you .
I recently had open heart surgery with a quadruple bypass so have not been able
to get around much.
Know that my prayers and thoughts are with you.
Camille Tuite and Family
From the first time I met her, I knew what a special lady she was. So sweet, caring, and loving, Nora was truly one of those few people you meet through life that really makes an impression.
She was family orientated, and was so proud of all of you. When I became releated by marriage of her granddaughter and my son, she immediately welcomed me into her family, and always made me feel as one of them.
Her demenor was always that of a true lady, but she had a sense of humor that would come out at the least expected times, and that would make it all the more humorous. What a treasure she was!
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy of your loss, and know that she will always live in all of your hearts and memories, as she will in mine.
People such as Nora never die........they have touched too many lives and lived in too many hearts.
Sincerely, Joan Jarrard