James Edward Lambert

02/27/1942 - 04/07/2017
Service Date: 04/20/2017
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: All Saints Catholic Church, 1534 N. Recker Rd., Mesa, Arizona

James Edward Lambert went to be with the Lord on April 7th, 2017 at the Hospice of the Valley in Mesa with his Loving wife of 54 years by his side. Born in Cohoes NY, Jim entered the Air force out of High School and toured the world as an aircraft Mechanic stationing in Okinawa, Vietnam, Thailand, Germany and numerous bases in the US. A motorcycle mechanic all of his life, Jim loved to buy and restore Honda Goldwing motorcycles, the last one just two months before passing. After a career in the military, Jim worked at ASM America and Boeing until he and Lois finally retired to start the next chapter of their lives. They spent many years as camp hosts in the White mountains of Arizona and loved to camp, fish and make friends. He is survived by his wife, Lois, children; David, Ken and Laura, his twin sister Marge, six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

Services: Thursday April 20th –  

Funeral: 10:00AM – 11:00AM  – All Saints Catholic Church, 1534 N Recker Rd., Mesa, AZ 85205

Burial: 12:30PM – 1:00PM – National Veterans Cemetery, 23029 N. Cave Creek Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85024

Celebration of Jim’s Life: 2:30PM – 4:30PM – Red Mountain Park – Dove Ramada, 7745 E Brown Rd. Mesa, AZ 85205

Condolences

  • Jim was a wonderful man who raised a great family.he will be missed by all who knew him.he was like a second father to me, as I was around him for most of my younger life.he has been a big part in how i have grown up from a young boy to the man I have become.he was a great father,husband and person.god speed Jim, hope you enjoy your ride. Rip my friend.

  • John & Lee Evitts

    Sorry we are not able to be with you today. We are thinking of all of you.

  • Elizabeth Frear & Jason McKee

    We met Jim through our friendship with his son, Dave. On many occasions Jim and Lois invited us into their home. Jim was always quick with a joke and always ready to trade good natured Harley vs. Honda “insults” with Jason. He was a good man & will be missed. Our love & prayers to the family.

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