David H. Lambert

david lambert

November 1, 1945 ~ July 22, 2015

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

David H. Lambert, 69, passed away July 22, 2015, surrounded by his loving family. Survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Linda Lambert; children, David (Dana) Lambert and Lynne Lambert Mraovich (Chris Romero); grandchildren, Kayleigh (Chris) Dionisio, Morgan Lambert, Hope Lambert, Devon Mraovich and Dawson Lambert; and great grandchild, Karleigh Dionisio. Preceded in death by parents, Louis and Marion Elias; and mother-in-law, Rose Stevens. David was born on November 1, 1945 in Haverhill, Mass. He was a loving and devoted family man who enjoyed spending time with his family, was actively involved with his children and grandchildren's sporting activities. David was a die-hard Boston sports fan, was founder of the Pueblo Men's Hockey League and enjoyed strapping on his skates and hanging out with his fellow hockey players. He also enjoyed target shooting and participating in Cowboy shoots. David retired from the US Treasury Department after 36 years and 16 years at Home Depot. A special thank you to Dr. Sloan and the staff at Sangre de Cristo Hospice House. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, July 27, 2015, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice or the Alzheimer's Association through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I didn’t know about Dave’s death until a mutual friend told me. I’m sad that he passed and I missed the service. Dave was a great person and I truly enjoyed the time we worked at Home Depot together! He will definitely be missed. My thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

  2. Linda although we lost touch over the years I thought of you and your family many times and going out to the garage with david and load shells and shoot targets. my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

  3. Rest in peace, David. You were a fun colleague, a real professional, gutsy and good to know and work with.
    Much love to your family.

  4. Linda and family, Tom and I were very sorry to hear about David. Our thoughts and prayers to all of you in this very sad time. Wishing you peace and love.

  5. Godspeed Dave. You’re kindness, humor, and dedication to the community, particularly the hockey community, will be greatly missed. To Linda and the family, the Carter gang, many of which he coached and played with, will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. You will be missed my friend. We had some great times on and off the ice! To Linda and family, you have our most sincere condolences.

  7. So sad to hear the news and very sorry that I will not see David at the quarterly retiree luncheons again. He was a pleasure to work with for so many years. A gentle, dedicated public servant. I will miss him. Condolences to his wife and family.

  8. On behalf of the Pueblo Men’s Hockey League with deepest sympathy in the loss of our founder, David Lambert. Were it not for him there would be no hockey in Pueblo. Every hockey player from youth, high school and men’s league owe Dave a debt of gratitude for his contributions to hockey in Pueblo.
    Thanks , Dave, keep your head up and your stick on the ice up there in Heaven.

  9. There is peace in God’s love. May you be comforted in knowing that God holds you close to His heart- today and always. May your memories of times shared bring you much comfort at this time. On behalf of the Schulz family you are in our prayers.

  10. I will always remember Dave with a friendly smile and a welcome handshake. It was my pleasure to be a teammate of his and also a friend. My deepest sympathys to Linda and family

  11. The Lambert family is in my thoughts. I worked with Dave at Home Depot over 12 years ago. He was always good for a joke (dirty ones were his specialty). I have very fond memories of working with him and his sage advice. He was taken from the world far too young.

  12. He was always a happy man and the time i had with him at home depot will always be remembered!! You will be missed dearly dave..

  13. I had the pleasure to know and work with Dave when I started at HD and he took me in as if he had known me for years and I enjoyed working with him as he filled my day with laughter and joy and he always kept me in stitches with his jokes as I only knew Dave for a short time but he was truly a wonderful and kind person and everytime I came into work he gave me a hug and this sad news breaks my heart and I can say I was honored to work with him and to have him as my friend and he will be truly missed. Love you Dave and kn ow you were loved by so many including your family .. RIP Dave God Bless your friend Gloria

  14. With very heavy heart, I’m saddened with this news. Had the great honor to be able to work with this wonderful and kind man at The Home Depot. Dave took all of us “kids” and treated us like one of his own. He always had advice for us along with a hug. …Dave will be truly missed. We love you Dave RIP

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