In Memory

Sterling Steven Lambdin

Sterling Steven Lambdin

Sterling Steven Lambdin

23 Jun 1954 in Wichita, Kansas - 5 Feb 1993 in Wichita, Kansas 

Sterling was the son of Donald Eugene Lambdin and Frances Loree Brickey Lambdin, the husband of Tari Hampton Lambdin and father of Charles Garett Lambdin, Emily Denise Lambdin Brattin and Maeve Kathryn Lambdin Harvey.  He was the brother of Lisa Loree Lambdin Lang and Susanne Lynn Lambdin.

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01/13/22 11:42 AM #1    

Randy Newby

Sterling was so talented and funny in speech class.  Randy Newby

01/22/22 09:38 AM #2    

Lee Wiles

I don't know how many people knew, but Sterling was also talented musically.  He played an early version of an electronic keyboard reminiscent of an accordion but it sounded like a Hammond -3 organ.  He loved to play and experiment with that thing.  I particularly enjoyed it when he would play the theme from Dr. Zhivago. I don't know what it was about that song, but I will always connect it to Sterling in my memories.

I also learned to water ski on Sterling’s family boat.  Trips to the lake were always fun, and challenge.  Sterling was an excellent Slalom (single ski) skier and was bound and determined to teach me how to do likewise.  I think I did manage to get up on that single ski once or twice but he never gave up on trying.  As I remember we also took that boat out on a couple of fun double dates

Though there are a lot of great memories with Sterling, perhaps my finest was being an Usher at his wedding.  Even though he was an exceptionally upbeat person, I don't think I ever saw him as happy as on that day.

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