In Loving Memory
of
David Anthony Lamble

Service
THURSDAY MAY 7, 2020 COMMENCING AT 11.00A.M.
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Alfred Hospital

David Anthony Lamble
10/11/1956 – 30/04/2020
Slipped away peacefully with me by your side.
My darling husband,
we shared so many wonderful times together.
You fought so strongly to the end
and you will always stay in my heart.
– Love Always Diane

With sincerest gratitude to all involved at the outstanding
Department of Respiratory Medicine,
Lung Transplantation and all the friendly staff
of 5 East at the Alfred Hospital.

Loved nephew of Hugh (Dec) and Jessie Pound.
Will be sadly missed. Rest in Peace David.

David,
We will miss our early evening phone catch ups
with you and Di. Our discussions were based on your challenges
with the model train set or the Endeavour ship you were building.
More importantly we reminisced about years growing up together,
with lots of laughs along the way. Your memory was so accurate
and amazing. Your strength and determination, during tough times
is very much respected. Thank you David for everything.
Much love to you from Stephen, Brenda,
Paul (young Choppers), Brad, Belinda, Michael
and their families.

David (“choppers” ),
Sometimes we wish for something we can’t have
but you will always be with us with the memory of
your laughter and pranks.We know it wasn’t an easy road
for you but you endured.We will all be less from your
passing but much more from having loved you.
Don’t get up to too much mischief with Nev.
Love Ian, Leanne, Ashley and Regan.

In light of current restrictions
of funerals a private family service will be held. 
A memorial service or celebration
will be held at a later date to be advised.

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to the family, please leave a message on the
“Leave a condolence” link located on this page.

In lieu of flowers donations are preferred
and would be appreciated
to the Alfred Hospital,
Department of Respiratory Medicine
and Lung Transplantation.

 

 

 

 

Condolences / Guest Book

  1. David (Poppy)
    Thank you for bringing so much happiness, love and joy to Di and for making the role of grandparents such a beautiful experience for Beau and Jasper. A builder through life that was brought to shine again through sharing with your grandsons from the train sets to the endless hours of them watching you on the tools.
    We were only with you for the latter part of your journey but we are grateful for all that you have shared with us. Rest In Peace, love Tanya, Luke, Beau & Jasper

    Tanya, Luke, Beau & Jasper
  2. Remembering David
    To Day, and For ever!
    in our hearts, minds & souls !

    His Spirit will always be close by to his loving devoted wife Diane❤
    and all his family that he loved so much!
    Especially his Grandsons Beau & Jasper his favorite boys
    that gave him so much joy & laughter
    He loved to joke with them with his dry funny wit!
    so today as we say goodbye to David.

    We’ll remember all the happy years Di & David had together
    with all their Love & Devotion they had for each other
    David loved a glass of Red Wine
    So later on we’ll all Celebrate his life & raise our glasses
    With all the Family & his Friends to remember him!
    For Ever⚘

    When tomorrow starts without me!
    Don’t think we’re far apart!
    For every time you think of me!
    I am right here in your Heart❤
    Love & caring wishes To Diane!
    Neville Julie & family xXxX oooo

    Admin
  3. David (Choppers)
    I remember with great joy all those trips away canoeing down the Macalister and skiing Mt Buller and later on caravanning with you & Di, great times.
    You will be sadly missed
    Love Len & family

    Len Hill
  4. To the Lamble family
    Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Choppers. He was a great bloke and will be missed. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers in the future as you deal with this tragic loss.
    God Bless you all.
    Dill and Di Dillon

    Dill
  5. David (Choppers)
    Goodbye old friend.
    Remember the old phone pranks & good times growing up.
    Rest In Peace.
    Look forward to the catch up after the world gets back to normal in your honour.
    Thinking of you Di, Steve & Ian & families xxx

    Chapman Family
  6. Condolences to the Lamble family and Di. We will miss his humour and friendship but hold treasured memories. Mike & Di

    Mike & Di O’Hehir
  7. Good friendships are born from great experiences and memories of these bring up together even closer. The mateship we had as kids growing up in Bunyip is always forever on my mind. It made me happy to hear from you of “the good old days” and to know the things that you remembered were the things that I remember. I especially enjoyed the text you gave back and forth that sent us into another world of either fact or fiction. The further contact that we had with you and Di was always special to us and something that we looked forward to on every visit. Our thoughts are with you Di at this moment and wish peace and comfort always.

    Paul Ledger
  8. So many fond memories, particularly about growing up in a very special community in Bunyip. So much to do, so much fun and Choppers was often central to many fun times. The shack, the cats, hating Collingwood, and Choppers finding Dianne are most memorable. Sadly missed, but a special cog in our lives.

    John and Colleen Heatley