In Memory

Douglas Lamb

Mr. Douglas Clay Lamb, of Warrenton, MO., passed away on Sunday December 9, 2018, in his home after a 2 year battle with leukemia. Doug was born on December 10, 1950 in St. Louis, MO., to Frank and Joann (nee: Kreps) Lamb. Doug had reached the age of 67 years 11 months and 29 days.

Doug was married to Donna Marie Colvin on May 13, 1995 in St. Louis. They celebrated 23 years of marriage. Doug was the owner and operator of D & D Termite and Pest Control for many years. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, working around the house and being outdoors. Doug was also enjoyed collecting and shooting guns.

Doug was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Joann and one brother, Roger Lamb. He is survived by his loving wife, Donna; two sons, Brian Lamb and wife Jennifer; Douglas Lamb, Jr.; two brothers, John Lamb; David Lamb; one sister, Laura Matthews; four grandchildren, Kennedy; Morgan; Kyle; Austin, in laws, Paxton Colvin; Daniel Colvin; Doris Hootselle, other relatives and many friends.

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12/13/18 04:20 PM #1    

Louis Williams


Always sad to hear of a Classmates passing, R.I.P. Doug.



12/13/18 07:02 PM #2    

Kerry Tebbe

So very sorry to hear about Doug's passing. I remember when I was an orderly at Christian North West Doug was my patient. My memory of Doug is that he was always smiling even through adversity. My deepest sympathies go out to his family and close friends. Rest In Peace Doug.

Kerry Tebbe 

12/14/18 03:42 PM #3    

Dirk Ahle

Another sad loss for our class.  Rest In Peace Doug.  

12/14/18 05:37 PM #4    

Joe Dorough

I was friends with Doug for a long time. He was a groomsman in my wedding in 1973. We worked together at C.F. Rode motorcycles with our wives. Had families at the same time. I loved Doug. Lost contact in recent years. I didn't know he was so I'll. He will be missed.

01/01/21 09:20 PM #5    

Jack Tejcek

Sorry for not posting sooner, Doug. Your great smile and warm sense of humor on bus rides to/from school are so memorable. You 'suffered fools gently'; and for that, 'I thank-you'. Your true & outrageous stories of your working at Lambert Airport car rental agencies still bring a smile to this guy. Until we meet again- - - /t

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