Paul G. Lambert

  • Born: September 28, 1943
  • Died: March 4, 2020
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory

1799 Elm St
Manchester, NH 03104

Tel. (603) 625-6951

Tribute & Message From The Family

Paul G. Lambert, 76, of Manchester, died March 4, 2020 at his residence surrounded by his loving family.

Born in Manchester on September 28, 1943, he was the son of Armand and Jeannette (Martel) Lambert. He attended West High School and served in the US Army National Guard for 34 years prior to his honorable discharge in September 27, 2003.

Prior to retirement, he had been a butcher for Hannaford Bros. Supermarkets. He was a life-member of the East Side Club.

Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Judith P. (LeMay) Lambert of Manchester; two daughters, Melissa Michon and husband Michael of Manchester, Michelle Cammack and husband Matthew of Weare; two granddaughters, Monique and Makayla Michon, both of Manchester; one sister, Connie Duquette and husband Roger of Manchester; one brother, Robert Lambert and wife Irene of Oklahoma; many nephews, nieces and cousins. In addition to these family members, Paul has adopted, in his heart, a number of "daughters", in particular, Cindy Soucy of Auburn.

SERVICES: Calling hours at Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, 1799 Elm St, corner of North Street, Manchester will be Monday from 4 to 7 pm. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Tuesday at 10 am in St. Pius X Church, Candia Road, Manchester. Burial with military honors will follow in the NH State Veterans Cemetery, Boscawen.

In lieu of flowers, donations to be made to the Liberty House in Manchester.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Wow, never thought I'd witness this Day! Sense the year (2000) when l started working at the ESC l got to know Paul very well..we were very close Friends we had many, many laughs..Paul was a great, caring an loving man!! Then he began spending 99.9% of his Days at the ESC an slowly changed R.I.P. Paul .

Posted by Patricia Amato - Bennington, VT - Friend   April 26, 2020

I worked with Paul for many years. What a great guy. So sorry for your loss to the family.

Posted by wendie andrews - Weare, NH   March 18, 2020



Posted by A friend   March 10, 2020

Missy, Monique and Makayla, so sorry to hear, support each other, will say a prayer for you all. Sue Riel

Posted by Suzanne Riel - Goffstown, NH - Friend   March 09, 2020

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by Joseph A - Served in Military together   March 09, 2020

Very sad to hear of Paul's passing! Served with SFC Lambert many years in National Guard-Food Service. As a Mess Sgt. whether in the field,armory,summer camp,or training site he always took care of his troops.With that" twinkle in His eye" in his own unique way he always got the job done.He always did his best and expected the same from you if you were to be on His Team. A great guy learned a lot from him as we all have.May his "Reward Be Great"--Prayers to The Family. God Bless SFC J David Baldinelli Ret. NH Army Guard

Posted by j david baldinelli - MANCHESTER, NH   March 09, 2020

To the entire family from Norm & Pris our sincere condolences Norm and Paul went all the way back to grammar school together they were longtime friends he will be missed.

Posted by Norm & Pris Robidoux - MANCHESTER, NH - Friend   March 09, 2020

Lambert Family my condolences. Paul was an incredible man. When my dad would take my son Brian to the armory he always stopped and made time for him. He will be missed greatly. Your family is in my prayers.

Posted by Danielle Raymond-Borrelli - Mason City, IA   March 08, 2020


Missy, Monique, and Makayla,
So very sorry for your loss of your Dad and Pepere. Anne and I send our love,thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Gregg and Anne Blanchard - Manchester, NH   March 08, 2020

So sorry to hear of Paul's passing. Had many laughs at the East Side Club. Condolences to Judy and the family.

Posted by Jim Lillis - Manchester, NH   March 08, 2020

To The Lambert Family, Paul was a good soldier and a most knowledgeable person insofar as Army Food Service goes. I enjoyed the decades I worked with him in the New Hampshire Army National Guard. I am truly sorry for you loss. Robert J. Clinton(ret.CW4) New Hampshire Army National Guard

Posted by Robert Clinton - Loudon, NH - Served in the Military together   March 08, 2020

Mr. Martel, Thank you for your service RDM Windham NH

Posted by A friend   March 08, 2020

Loved working with Paul he always made me laugh, ran into him recently and we caught up and he still made me laugh!! Condolences to you all.
Ginny LaPan

Posted by Ginny LaPan - Manchester, NH - Coworker   March 08, 2020

Sorry for your Loss ! Paul was a good man!RIP MY FRIEND!

Posted by Alan Rouillier - Manchester, NH - Family Friend   March 07, 2020

Judy, Melissa and Michele. I'm so sorry to hear about Paul's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Unfortunately we cannot be there for the funeral as we are in Florida. If we were there we would definitely have been the consolers at St Pius to help you.
We will be thinking of you on Tuesday.

Bob and Phyllis Martel

Posted by Robert Martel - Manchester, NH - Family   March 07, 2020

My Thoughts and Prayers to your family, I worked with Paul for may years at the Raymond Hannaford's, He will surely be missed.

Posted by Donna Goldthwaite - RAYMOND, NH - Coworker   March 07, 2020

Our deepest condolences to the family. He was a great man and always jovial, which made people gravitate to him. I will always appreciate spending Christmas with the family, many BBQs and vacation with them. We hope family and friends sharing memories will offer some comfort during this difficult time. We are grateful to have Missy and Michelle as such great friends. Without them, my husband and I may not have met. Lots of love from his adopted daughter, Jeff, Molly and Christopher.

Posted by Cindy Kuehl - Auburn, NH - Family Friend   March 07, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I know he is with Nana And Pepere.

Posted by Lisa Goodwin - Alton, NH - Family   March 07, 2020

He was a man that will be truly missed, may his family know he will be remembered for his kind heart. We will miss his wittiness. Love, XOXO
Helen and David Guilmette

Posted by Helen Guilmette - Manchester, NH - Friend   March 07, 2020

I am so sorry for the families loss...

Posted by Susan Carrier - Manchester, NH - Friend   March 07, 2020

The most selfless, optimistic and loving person I will ever know. A da dot everyone with a presence larger than life. The most amazing father anyone could ever have. I love you Daddy- big, big, big, HUGE ♥

Posted by Michelle Cammack - Weare, NH - Daughter   March 07, 2020

Rest well Uncle Paul, you were definitely one of a kind! Say hello to the rest of the family for us. Such a wonderful man. Love and sympathy to all, Sue and Victor

Posted by Sue Robinson - Temperance, MI - Family   March 07, 2020

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