Norman “Wallace” Lambert

19th May 2020, peacefully, at his residence 74A Clabby Road, Fivemiletown. Norman “Wallace”, a much loved husband of Jean and a devoted father of Alison (Matt) Jonathan and Sharon (Adrian), also a very special grandfather of Eve and Erin.

Please note due to the current circumstances and government advice regarding COVID 19 the family home and funeral will be strictly private.

The funeral cortege will be taking the route from Enniskillen, on Saturday, arriving in Fivemiletown at 11.00am. The cortege will be going past Fivemiletown High School, past Fivemiletown Methodist Church and past the family home on the Clabby Road before making its way to Togherdoo Methodist Churchyard via the Fingerpost Road (Tempo to Kilskeery). This is an opportunity for friends and neighbours who live on the route to stand at their driveways and show their support to the family and to pay their respects. Please adhere to government regulations and keep a safe distance whilst doing so.

Very sadly missed by his loving wife Jean and family and all the family circle.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him; and he will direct your path. Proverbs Ch 3 v 5-6.

8 Replies to “Norman “Wallace” Lambert”

  1. My condolences and sympathy at this time. I have many memories or Wallace , from his time as my physics teacher, and Christmas plays. When they say that a teacher can shape your life, it is so true, and can only say thanks .

  2. Sincere sympathy to the Lambert Family at this sad and difficult time. You are all in our prayers. Fond memories of Mr Lambert .

  3. We are so sorry to learn of the loss of Wallace…so many memories of a great teacher, vice-principal and part of the Fivemiletown community over so many years. With our deepest sympathy to Mrs Lambert, Alison, Jonny, Sharon and all the family at this very sad time….Mark & Ann Bloomfield and family.

  4. Jean so sorry to hear of Norman’s passing Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all of the Lambert Family at this time

  5. Very sorry to hear about Wallace. Sympathies and prayers are with the family. Rev Lorna Dreaning

  6. It is with deep regret that I have learned of the passing of Wallace.
    He showed great dedication to Fivemiletown High School over many years, always so helpful to colleagues and pupils alike.
    He loved to talk about his family, in whom he had such pride, and about taking them away in the caravan whenever he could.
    Sincere sympathy to Mrs Lambert, Alison, Jonathan, Sharon and the family circle.

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