In Memory

Troy Lamb - Class Of 1996

Troy Lamb

Troy Steven Lamb, 22, of 3667 South Prince William Road, Bringhurst, died at 2:20 p.m. April 20, 2000, in White County Memorial Hospital emergency room, following an ATV accident in northern Carroll County.
  Born Jan. 11, 1978, in Lafayette, he was the son of Steven E. and Denise M. Driscol Lamb.
  He was a 1996 graduate of Delphi Community High School, where he was involved with Future Farmers of America.  He also participated in Carroll County 4-H.
  He drove a semi-trailer for Lamb Trucking, and previously worked for McCormick Farms in Carroll County, where he recently helped during planting season.
  His hobbies included mushroom hunting, game hunting, model trains, and collecting toy farm machinery.
  Surviving are his parents, of Bringhurst; one sister, Shelly M. Lamb of Indianapolis; paternal grandparents, Robert and Helen Lamb of Lafayette; and maternal grandparents, Richard and Patricia Driscol of Punta Gorda, Fla.
  Services were Monday at Abbott Funeral Home with Rev. Ed Selvidge officiating.  Burial was in Zion Cemetery.
  Memorials may be made to the Delphi Chapter FFA.
Obituary notice taken from the Carroll County Comet, Wednesday, April 26, 2000

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09/19/09 08:41 AM #1    

Sheryl Driscol (Willy) (1975)

Troy was such a special person with such a big heart! I was always so happy to see him and I feel blessed for having known him. I loved spending time with Troy. His sense of humor and ability to be silly was contagious. I miss him very much and the sudden tragic loss of this beautiful soul still impacts my life. I have beautiful memories of our times together and there is a massive emptiness when our family finds time to come together. I'll forever cherish the memories I have of my dear, dear nephew. Time rushes by so quickly, but after all these years, it seems it was only yesterday when Troy was laughing with us. I know that I'm a better person for having known Troy Lamb. I thank God everyday for sharing him with us although it was for such a short while. Until we meet again Troy Lamb, you're forever in my heart.

02/08/10 07:04 PM #2    

Tim Sledd (1996)

I knew Troy from pre-school on. While our paths diverged in high school, he was always a friend; someone who would help me whenever I needed it. I have weeped only a handful of times in my life, the first time my wife ever saw me cry was the moment I learned of Troy's death.

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