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Harry R Lambert

November 26, 1928 — March 28, 2023

Harry R. Lambert, 94, passed away March 28, 2023, surrounded by loving family. He was born in Three Bridges, New Jersey, was a graduate of Trenton High School, class of 1946 and a graduate of General Motors Institute, class of 1951 with a bachelor’s in industrial engineering after receiving an extension to serve honorably in the United States Army. He received the Occupation Medal Germany and the National Defense Service Medal.

He was a member of the Trenton-Cyrus Masonic Lodge in Pennington, New Jersey, served on many boards and service organizations, and was a member of First Community Church and Scioto Country Club. Harry worked for General Motors Corporation for over 46 years and retired as Plant Manager of the Columbus, OH plant in 1992. He enjoyed playing golf, watching the Ohio State Buckeyes football and basketball games as well as the Triple Crown every year. And we can’t leave out Windward Passage Wednesday dinner!

Harry is survived by children, Susan L Kuertz (Greg (deceased), Johanna L. O’Shaughnessy, Andrew G. Larned, Peter A. Larned (Kim), Kathryn Guignon (Ray Lamb,) 8 grandchildren, Danny Kuertz, Kali Kuertz(Dustin Jones,) Josie Larned, Sam Larned, Margaux Mueller (Kent), Lucy Guignon, Genevieve Guignon, Gabby Guignon and 2 great-grandchildren, Alexandria Kuertz and Diana Kuertz, nieces Pat Shaffer (Karl,) Nancy Nye (Warren,) nephew Burt Lambert (Donna,) and many great nieces and nephews  He is pre-deceased by his parents, Fred and Leona Lambert, his brothers, Clarence (Gloria), Wilfred and Harold (Ernestine), first wife, Lorraine and loving wife of 44 years, Therese G. Lambert, son, Sam Larned, nieces Monica McGeary (Robert-deceased), Lois Early (Bill.)

Harry lived in a big way. He was immensely proud of his family, his family tree that he traced back to 1623, and his career. Harry loved the condo he and Therese owned in Stuart, FLA, where they spent time surf fishing and enjoying warm winters. He completely restored a 1928 Buick Standard to pristine condition and also owned a 1978 Anniversary Corvette, which held deep sentimental value as it was purchased with proceeds from his parent’s life insurance. He loved Word Scramble, Hidden Pictures, Sudoku, reading murder mystery thrillers, jigsaw puzzles and all manner of things that kept his mind busy. He will be missed by all who knew him. Private graveside service will be held later in the year in Ewing, New Jersey. If you’re inclined to donate in his honor, please choose your favorite charity.

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