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Charles Stanley "Stan" Lambeth
April 15, 1942 ~ September 20, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Charles Stanley "Stan" Lambeth, passed away peacefully September 20, 2023 at Transitions Hospice Home in Raleigh.
Graveside service will be held at 11:00 AM, Friday October 6 at Clinton City Cemetery (Springvale), 103 Raiford Street Clinton NC 28328. A Witness to the Resurrection Service will be held at 2:00 PM, Friday October 20th, at White Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1704 Oberlin Road Raleigh NC 27608.
Stan, born April 15, 1942, Denton, North Carolina, a veteran of the United States Army, the son of late parents Charles Lambeth and Mary Harris Lambeth. Widow of Nell Margaret “Maggie” Tew Lambeth. He is survived by daughter Ashley Tew Lambeth, son Charles Odell Lambeth and daughter-in-law Joy House Lambeth, grandchild: Charles Odell "Cody" Lambeth Jr.
A retired Electrical Engineer and a graduate of North Carolina State University, Stan was an avid North Carolina State Fan, Former Coaches Circle Member / NCSU Student Aid Association and Member of the Wolfpack Club / Scholarship Support of North Carolina State University Student Athletes. Stan also enjoyed playing tennis and served as former director, member and tennis player at Raleigh Racquet Club.
The StepUp community at White Memorial Presbyterian Church called him "Mr. Stan" where he served as a Deacon, Church Choir and Property Care Committee Member, Christmas Family Services, Sunday School Volunteer and many community outreach efforts and special projects, including StepUp Ministry / Habitat for Humanity. Highlights included many years of engagement through the White Memorial StepUp community with his grandson Cody, a legacy he started with his late wife, Maggie, many years ago.
He was a very giving, proud, strong, smart, kind, dedicated leader, mentor and family man. Stan loved telling stories, including his time service time in Germany where he worked on missile installations. He enjoyed helping his neighbors and was always willing to lend a hand, or one of his many tools to help with a project. He loved his family, friends and church so much and missed his late wife since her passing in 2006.
His walk of faith consisted of relentless volunteer service and commitment to others. "If you say you will do something, you do it and you do it well" + "Don't come halfway" are some of the words he left with others that will live on through the legacy he left behind.
Engineers, project managers, clients and contractors throughout the Triangle, the State and the East Coast recognize, and have expressed their appreciation, for Stan and his knowledge, dedication and persistence in contributing to the success of projects over a period of over fifty years. Fellow employees of J. E. Sirrine and the successors to that firm and of other firms, more meaningfully, valued Stan as a trusted and delightful friend. It was known that you could always count on Stan.
The family would like to express thanks to Transitions LifeCare Hospice Home for their caring hands. Donations in memory of Charles Stanley Lambeth can be made to