It Is With Great Sadness To Inform Everyone Of The Passing Of Johnny "Fred" Lee Lambert Jr. Everyone Knew Him As Fred. He Was Born On June 14th 1976 In Charleston, South Carolina. He Passed Away On July 16th 2023 In St. George/Walterboro, South Carolina.
He Is Survived By His Mother Debbie Lambert, Two Eldest Daughters Tiffany Lambert & Chelsi Lambert, Two Youngest Daughters Kayleigh Connor & Carleigh Connor, Granddaughter Kymani Jordan, Grandson Braylin Gregorich, Uncle Eddie Tumbleston, Cousins Lucinda Mizzell, Tina Mizzell, Becky Tapia-Cooper (Lambert), Jimmy "Tootie" Mizzell, Jamie Mizzell, Kerrie Reeves (Mizzell) Kimberly Howard (Mizzell) Eldest Daughter's Mother Belinda Williams, Youngest Daughter's Mother Leslie Connor, Son-In-Law Kenneth "Bubba" Jordan Jr. & Son-In-Law Tyreek Mccloud.
He Loved To Hunt. His Nickname At The Hunting Club Was "Drop Dead Fred" Because Any Deer That Crossed His Path, He Would Lay Down! He Loved To Fish. He Was A Hard Worker & Lifelong Carpenter. He Loved JR's Hotdogs With Chili & Onions. He Also Once Had A Passion For BMX Biking. He Loved Who He Loved & Always Kept A Smile On People's Faces With His Jokes & His "We Will Worry About Tomorrow, TOMORROW" Personality.
He Is Proceeded In Death By His Father Johnny Lee Lambert Sr. Great-Grandmother (GRANNY) Lucille D. Kizer, Uncle Johnny Tumbleston, Grandmother Patricia Harrison, Grandmother Edith Lambert, Aunt Phyllis Mizzell, Aunt Sherry Mizzell & Uncle Harry Mizzell. As Well As Many Other Cousins.
He Also Had Many Friends From Whom He Acquired From Childhood, Work, Or Just In His Every Day Adult Life That He Cared For Deeply.
He Will Be Greatly Missed.
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Simplicity LowCountry Cremation & Burial Services Inc | North Charleston