Mary Jane Lambert

1935-2019

OBITUARY

Mary Jane Lambert (Wright), 84, of Damascus, MD passed away on October 9, 2019.         

Mary was the loving wife to the late William Wesley Lambert, Sr.                                          

Born on March 4, 1935, in Damascus, MD, she was the loving daughter to Leslie Eugene  and Gertrude Mae (Beall) Wright.                                                                                                    

Mary was survived by her three daughters; Dorothy "Sissy" Baugher, Barbara Warthen, Phyllis Lambert, all of Damascus; six grandchildren, Jason Baugher of Damascus, Gary "Tink" Warthen and wife, Stephanie of Woodsboro, Jennifer Tressler and husband, Aaron of Union Bridge, Leslie Gibson and husband, Hugh "Jr" of Hagerstown, Ashley Kitts and fiance, Daniel Rainwater of Woodsboro, Devin Thompson of Damascus and nine great-grandchildren, Wesley, Austin "AJ" and Shane Warthen; Noah and Lily Tressler; Kasey, Kylee and Jacob Gibson and Nicholas "Nicky" Rainwater. She was also survived and adored by numerous nieces and nephews.      

Mary was preceded in death by  one son, William Wesley Lambert, Jr. and five brothers; Earl, Elwood, Marvin, Bernard and Donald Wright.                                                                      

Family will receive friends on Sunday, October 13th, from 3-5 PM, at Hilton Funeral Home, 22111 Beallsville Road (Rt. 109), Barnesville, MD 20838, where funeral services will be celebrated at 11 AM on Monday, October 14th. Interment to follow at Monocacy Cemetery, 19801 W Hunter Rd, Beallsville, MD 20839. Pall bearers are; Jason Baugher, Gary "Tink" Warthen, Hugh "Jr" Gibson, Aaron Tressler, Daniel Rainwater and Wesley Warthen.                 

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hospice of Frederick County.

 

LEAVE A CONDOLENCE MESSAGE

There was no one like Mary Jane! I was her neighbor for many years and was happy in warmer weather to hear her out ordering her kids and family. She was a grand human being who when down with health issues; hung in there waiting for warmer weather and energies to get out in yard again. I didn't see or know her as well as her family but really liked her spirit! she indeed will be a missed woman in our community

From: Susan Simonet

We would like to express our sincere condolences to you and your family.

From: The Hilton Family

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