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Taze Lamb

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Taze Lamb was born September 4, 1925 in Linstead, Jamaica to Charles and Muriel Lamb.  He died peacefully in his home and transitioned to his heavenly home on October 9, 2020. 

He had 5 siblings: Keith, Warren, Dee, Rose, and Blossom who are all deceased. He leaves behind wife Pearl, three children,  Taze, Bradley, and Chelle, Step-son Paul, and four grandchildren, Paul Jr., Sean,  Alexis, and Taze III.

Taze earned his Bachelors in Engineering from the University of Mayagyez in Puerto Rico. He went on to earn his Masters in Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. He worked as a Safety Engineer at Esso, later named Petrojam, and retired from Petrojam.  Taze had a love for life and loved to laugh, often reading the daily comics. He also loved woodworking, photography, painting pictures, making furniture, and creating something out of nothing, which earned him the title of a modern day MacGyver (the TV show). He  collected model planes, cars, clocks, cameras, pens, and anything he could use for his "projects." He also loved to read and collected books, many on the World Wars.

Taze, was smart, a great provider, and loving father.  His greatest legacy is the values he instilled in his family.  He will be greatly missed.  He was the Wind Beneath Our Wings. You got yours now, so fly. 

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4 Comments To "Taze Lamb"

Karen Brown On Nov 09 2020 at 10am
I met Take Lamb in 1991 when I went to work at Petrojam Refinery, I was sitting right across from me in his office. Mr. Lamb was hardly ever in his office because he was always on the move. I will never forget his kindness, wisdom and advice for all the years I was there on and off. He was truly a great man. Reply to this comment
Richard Jones On Nov 07 2020 at 1pm
No one is meant to live forever. Taze’s passing brings back early memories of when I first met him as a vacation student coming to the Esso Refinery that first summer and he complained to Vern Meikle about my driving. I am truly sorry to hear of his passing. May he rest in eternal peace. Reply to this comment
Telroy Morgan On Nov 07 2020 at 1pm
Rest in Peace Sir Lamb ... you have played a good innings and lived a life worth celebrating. Thanks for the guidance and shaping my career during my formative years at Petrojam. Bless you! Reply to this comment
Trevor A Hawkins On Nov 07 2020 at 1pm
I worked with Taze for a number of years back in the Esso Refinery days. He was a very gentle person. Condolences to the family. Rest in peace Taze. Reply to this comment
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