Born on 19 November 1976 in Lafayette, Louisiana. Passed away at his home on 20 November 2021 in Gonzales, La. David was a non-active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints. David was a 1995 graduate of East Ascension High School. Played many sports in his younger years and was very athletic. While at EA he played football and soccer and lettered 4 years in Soccer. After High School he attended South Eastern University, La. Tech and then BYU in Provo, Utah. He later went to Millwright School and Earned his certification. He worked for many years as a scaffold builder and carpenter. David had a passion for fishing. Any and every chance he had to go fishing, you could find him fishing day or night. He knew every fishing pond around, and could tell you what kind of fish to catch in each one. David never met a stranger. Had a very kind heart and would do anything for anyone. He especially loved his children.
David was preceded in death by his youngest brother, Douglas Charles Lambert, 3 first cousins, Sean and Joshua Romero and Bradley Bellot II, both sets of grandparents, Willard and Dolores Lambert, Whitney J. Romero Sr. and Rita AnnaBelle Roger.
He is survived by his 2 loving children, Braylin Nicole Lambert and boyfriend Brandon Jumonville and Blaine David Lambert both of Gonzales, La., His Father, David Charles Lambert and Mother Pauline Romero Lambert, both of Gonzales, La. , brother, Christopher Charles Lambert of Gonzales, La. And nephew, Antonio Lambert of Gonzales, La.
In honor of David’s wishes, No funeral services or viewing will take place. He will be laid to rest in Hope Haven Cemetery next to his brother on Hwy. 30 in Gonzales, La.
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“Lil David’s” life was anything but little. He loved completely and is loved completely. Certainly, sweet memories of his life will linger throughout the months and years ahead – especially from all those who knew him best. Lil David is already sorely missed.
My heart aches for Pauline and David. When I heard of Davids passing, just a flood of precious memories came to mind. The many days and nights that he was at my house with my son Val, along with my other sons, Josh and Drew. Davids smile, his love for life. I am so glad that I have those memories of him as a healthy happy young man. Love you David we miss you already.