Edwyn J. Lambrecht, Jr.

Edwyn J. Lambrecht, Jr. 79, passed away on August 30, 2019 and left us as he lived surrounded by his family and friends. He was born in Belleville, NJ on July 27, 1940, to Edwyn and Lenore (Currant) Lambrecht, Sr.

Ed was a proud US Navy veteran and served on the USS Manley DD-940 during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He worked for General Electric, Lockheed Martin, and retired from PVA. He loved boating, the outdoors, woodworking and animals. He enjoyed scouting and was a Scout Master with the Boy Scouts.

Ed supported his grandchildren in all their endeavors whether they were involved in sports, arts or music. He delighted in storytelling, recording everyday conversations on his camcorder and taking photos. We will forever be grateful for the family library that he documented and accumulated over the years.

He was predeceased by his parents Edwyn and Lenore Lambrecht, and his sister Virginia Kiernan. Ed is survived by his loving wife Marie and their children Daniel, Timothy, and the best daughter ever Georgette; sister Georgia Benack; son in law Cooney Walters; and grandchildren Jon, Caitlin and Allie who enjoyed many wonderful years engaging in stories of his and their childhood. He will also be greatly missed by his little companion Charlie who faithfully waited at the kitchen table for a “sneaked” treat.

A private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to your local animal rescue in memory of the “Ed and Charlie” duo.

The family would like to thank Dr Liebers, Dr Tao, Dr Muller and all their kind staff for their caring and compassionate care over the years. We would also like to thank the very caring and wonderful Eddy and Hospice staff who made it possible to spend time at home before he passed.

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Jim and Rosie Gould

We will miss Ed. He was a good friend and neighbor with a kind heart. We have so many good memories of Ed. He was always willing to help us, like him coming our way with his snow blower in the míddle of a snow storm and helping Me when Jim wasn’t here get out of the driveway, or lending us a useful tool, or giving us advice on one of our projects.We also loved his jokes and sense of humor. Our memories with Ed are Priceless! Those we love are never really gone they have a cherished place in our hearts. Our love and prayers are with you Marie, Danny, Tim, Georgette & Rob, Jon, Caitlin, Allie and his dear Charlito.❤️❤️

Michelle Mercier

So sorry to see this. Ed fought a hard fight with a strong family by his side. I pray that God gives his family peace and comfort just like he’s given his son, Ed. So sorry

Karyn Kiernan

Dear Uncle Eddie,
Loved talking to you the the other day. You are and will always be in my heart and thoughts. Plus so many memories of everyone getting together at Lake George every year. Such fun times. You will be missed. Please tell my mom and dad I say hello, love them and miss them. Grandma and grandpa too.