Debra Anne Lambert

June 1, 1957 - April 22, 2023

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Norfolk- Debra Ann (Womersley) Lambert, 65, wife to Rolando Lambert, mother to Andrew Lambert & daughter-in-law Stephanie Lambert, went home to her Lord and Savior on April 22, 2023. She was surrounded by her loving family and friends.

A Maryland native, Debbie is survived by her brother Gary Womersley, and sister Karen Koontz. She is predeceased by her mother Claudette “Rusty” Womersley, and sister Cheryl Rodriguez.

Debbie was a dedicated mother who treasured her son, Andrew, embracing every precious moment with him. She especially loved her role as “Nana” to grandchildren Melanie (9) and Hunter (6). Debbie met the love of her life “Rolin” in 1985, at Frenchie’s restaurant in Norfolk. Debbie was eager to help Roland grow into his new American culture during their 38 years of marriage. She was also stepmother to Annia and Marilyn, whom she helped bring to the United States from Cuba, along with Marilyn’s family Miguel, Liancy, and Christian. Annia’s husband Brian, and daughter Mirna are the first to tell you about Debbie’s love for cooking. If you were lucky enough to have experienced her spaghetti, broccoli casserole, or potato salad staples, you knew she always cooked with tremendous love.

Debbie had a full personality, sure to make friends everywhere she went. She was known for always telling a handful (or two) of her many stories.

Debra’s family will hold a private Celebration of Life on Saturday, May 6th. In place of flowers, we ask you to donate to the Christian fund or church of your choice, as tithing was always Debra’s passion.

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Faye Gresham
10 months ago

I was saddened to hear of Debbie’s passing. She certainly loved her family and was so proud of them all. Sending caring thoughts to all.

Deb Rogers
10 months ago

We used to talk for hours on the phone. I always enjoyed when we would talk about anything and everything. She loved and was so proud of her family. I know she will be missed. 🙏

Willie Phelps
10 months ago

I would say that Deb was the example of the suffering servant. Before her illness became too unmanageable we would talk over the fence almost daily, mostly about our faith in God through Jesus Christ. I am certain she is met by Angels, leading her to paradise, face to face with our savior and creator. Debs passing has left Rowland without his wife, so our prayers go out to her husband and children.
Eternal rest grant unto her, oh God, and let perpetual light shine upon her. By the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen

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