Jane Kimball Lamb

1936 ~ 2021


April 19, 2021
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
915 East 9045 South Sandy, Utah 84094
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    April 19, 2021
    11:00 AM
    915 East 9045 South Sandy, Utah 84094
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  • Jane Kimball Lamb returned to heaven to be with her husband of 50 years, Les Lamb; her daughter, Cyndy Hendrickson; her baby son, Jonathan Poll; and her parents, Artie and Elizabeth Kimball. She is remembered by her four children, Scott (Penny), Jake, Marcelle, and James (Blythe); her 16 grandchildren; her 28 great-grandchildren, and her four great-great grandchildren.

    Our loving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend left a legacy of courage and love. She took even the most difficult situations, learned by it, and made the best of it. She shared her learnings with loved ones to help them understand life and how to overcome life’s challenges. We knew we could always depend on her being there when we needed her. She loved her family with a unique fervor.

    Jane was an artist. She played the violin and flute, sang, and painted. She had an incredible love for music and wanted to share that love with others. The joy of music has been passed down three generations of family members. She was a member of the Westminster Community Orchestra, Wasatch Community Symphony Orchestra and American West Symphony playing the violin until she was in her 70’s. She sang in community and church choirs and conducted the church congregation and choir for years. She began oil painting later in her life with the ease of a competent visual artist.

    Jane loved to be with family and friends. She could have fun playing games, talking about life, and laughing. She had the ability to make people feel welcome and loved. She will be missed. We love you.

    Services were recorded and can be viewed here: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/UqaPHcS_mReHGN7lTEnwL3hen6CYTK_RHLcIDgBA1r1_faTy9cYZY_2AhEDVN7Zm.sYLdx7AeKftOBeUJ?startTime=1618850319000


    We loved Jane so very much for so many years. She showed her gifts and talents to us so many times. We are so happy to have seen her a few times over the past few years, and it was always a joyful experience to say hello, to see her smile and remember her beauty and service.
    To her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren - we loved her and love all of you. You are our cherished nieces and nephews.
    We know you will feel her presence even now.
    Val and Nancy Swenson

    - Val and Nancy Swenson

    To my favorite Aunt. I love you!!

    - Robin K Rowley