Starr Tabitha-Lyn Lamberton

Starr Tabitha-Lyn Lamberton 1978-2003 Starr was born on January 19, 1978 in Nanaimo, B.C. She passed away on June 23rd, 2003 in Manning, Alberta at the age of 25 years. A memorial service for Starr was held on Saturday June 29, 2003 at 2 p.m. from Reynars Funeral Chapel, Bev Dunsmore officiated, interment followed in the Brookside Cemetery. Starr attended school in Ladysmith, B.C. and graduated from South Peace Secondary in Dawson Creek. Starr was known for her bubbly personality and the love she had for her children and friends. Starr was very artistic and she most enjoyed creating pictures of her beautiful children Jaden and Kaylee. Several of Starr’s close friends spoke of their most treasured memories of Starr at her memorial service. Starr is survived by her two children, Son Jaden and Daughter Kayee, her parents Dianne (Don) Dawson Creek and Terry (Robby) Ladysmith, brother Josh (Dawson Creek) and sisters Dana (Dawson Creek), Heather (Red Deer), Grandparents, Grandpa Pete, Grandpa and Grandma Koncar, Boulet and Knight, numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and many friends. Starr was predeceased by, her Grandma Uni. A trust fund for Starr’s children has been set up at the C.I.B.C. bank in Dawson Creek or call Uncle Josh 782-1231 for information. Rockwell’s will host a golf tournament at Farmington Fairways on July 26th; some of the proceeds will go to the trust fund for Starr’s children Eleven years have past since I started a new life Two daughters a son and a beautiful wife Many things happened some good some bad Many days of happiness but also some sad So many different days each special in its own way Many things are learnt some love and some hurt A life full of glory many laughs – many stories Three beautiful children so full of love One has now left to be up above Something is missing her voice we can’t hear But deep in our hearts we know she’s still near Deep in our hearts we know she’s not far Cause forever and ever we’ll still love our Starr So fly away my twinkling Starr fly away and be free Fly away my precious Starr but please stay close to me Love Don Knight Starr’s Poem A friend, a daughter, a sister, a mother, A heart so large, She was definitely like no other. The smile she wore was always so bright A laugh or two, When you stayed up chatting all night Not always perfect, but always meant well, An adventure or two Friends and family have stories to tell She was always there when you needed that friend, Those arms stretched out wide, A tiny girl with strong hugs to no end Two precious children of whom she adored The twinkle in her eye The love for them she sure poured A life cut way to short, it does not seem right, Our Starr Baby taken away I’ll never forget that horrible night We must all stay strong and know she’s all right Through clouds up above The largest Starr shinning bright. Love Sister Heather Funeral arrangements were under the care of Reynars Funeral Home and Crematorium, Dawson Creek, B.C.

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