of Clinton, AR
January 4, 1953 - January 26, 2023
Lowell Leon Lamb, 70, of Clinton, Arkansas was born on January 4, 1953 to Leon and Emma (Moss) Lamb in Lepanto, Arkansas and passed from this life on January 26, 2023 in Conway. He was a loving husband, devoted father and amazing pop.He is preceded in death by his father, Leon; one son, Talon Lamb; sister, Lori Lamb-Gallegos; niece, Carissa Lamb and great-niece, Kylie Hosford.Left to cherish his memory are his beloved wife, Diana; his mother, Emma; sons, Scott Lamb (Helen), Travis Lamb (Kelly), TJ Hogue, Daniel Lyons; sisters, Delanna Hosford (Frank), Vanita Lamb, Vanessa Lamb; 17 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren and 1 on the way. A memorial service will be held in his honor at 11:00 am on Monday, January 30, 2023 at the Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Clinton, Arkansas. To express online condolences please visit www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/clinton
Sad to hear of his loss. I always enjoyed seeing him at the grocery stores greenbrier & Clinton when I was delivering Little Debbieâ€™s. He was kind, friendly and a true gentleman. I am praying for his family that Gods comfort, peace, presence & protection be mightily seen & felt!!
I'm so sorry to hear of Leon's passing. I truly enjoyed working with him at the store. Prayers for peace and comfort to his family. God Bless
So sorry for your loss.
Aunt Emma, Diana and Family, my love and prayers are with you. Zippy was one sweet crazy fun to be around cousin. When I think of him I see his smile. He will be missed.
As look at the photo y'all choose to use I remember how many times I saw that same smile in Cash Savers. Leon was a gentle giant..always kind and helpful. Sending prayers and condolences to the family . Hope y'all can celebrate Leon's going home..his life's journey is complete. Praise God !
When I was a young boy, my father and I moved into a house on Richmond street in Wichita, Kansas. My parents were divorced so my father needed someone to watch me when he worked 24 hour shifts as a fireman. Across the street on Richmond lived the Lamb family and I stayed with them. They treated me like family, and I probably spent more time with them than at my own home. Leon "zippy" was just a year or so older but we were good friends. I learned many things from the Lamb family, country music, chocolate gravy, and getting by. I'm sorry to hear about Leon, but I'm very thankful for his and his families time in my life.
I'm truly sorry to hear of Leon's passing he and I had the opportunity to work together at Cash Savers for a short period of time he always was and will always be one of my favorites you and your family are definitely in my prayers
We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you all
It's so sad to hear of Leon's passing. He was a very sweet and kind man. Our condolences to the family in this difficult time. May God be with you.
Lamb Family,I am so very sorry for your loss. I loved this sweet man, he always made my day better when I saw him at the grocery store. He always carried a smile and often times offered a hug! My prayers are with you all at this difficult time!-Glorya Belonie
So sorry for you all lots of love
Uncle Zip you will be missed. I have all these memories of time spent with Auntie Di and you and the boys and I wouldn't trade them for the world. Love to the family and I wish I could make it. Gone but never forgotten ðŸ’š Chocolate Gravy will always remind me of you ðŸ˜