Beverly Lambert

February 8, 2018

obit Lambert_20180205_121900 (1)Dec. 15, 1933 – Jan. 13, 2018

Beverly Jane Lambert passed away peacefully at her home in The Wood­lands, Texas on Jan. 13.
Beverly was born to Danish parents Soren and Stella Larsen on Dec. 15, 1933 and raised in Tyler. After graduating from high school, Beverly attended the Minneapolis School of Business. After complet­ing her courses, she joined her sister Ann to work in Los Angeles, California as a secretary. Eventually, she moved to Washington D.C., where she met the “love of her life,” Glenn P. Lambert, who was in the Marine Corps. They married and remained happily so for over 62 years.
Beverly and Glynn raised three sons and traveled the wide world in the military for the next 18 years, be­fore retiring in Austin, Tex­as. While in Austin, they opened a small chain of convenience stores named Dandy’s, where she be­came the food manager for the deli. After selling the stores, Beverly and Glynn wanted to be closer to their children and grandchil­dren so they retired and moved to Windsor Lakes in The Woodlands, Texas, where they had lived for the last 13 years.
Beverly deeply loved her husband, three sons, daughter-in-law and grandchildren. She also loved bowling. She loved her dogs and she loved traveling and cruises, es­pecially to Asia.
Beverly was preceded in death by her parents So­ren and Stella Larsen, her sister Ann Weinact, and her three brothers— Reed, Robert and Darrell.
She is survived by her husband Glynn; her chil­dren Rick Lambert, Jeff and Christi Lambert, and Garner and Debbie Lam­bert; her grandchildren Wesley and Jacqueline Ad­ams, Marissa Lambert and Nicolette Lambert; as well as her sister-in-law and husband Shirley and L.B. Cowan, and many nieces, nephews and friends.
She was loved by all and will be missed very much.