Jay Bill Lamb

11/14/1953 ~ 9/3/2023

Jay Bill Lamb passed away peacefully September 3, 2023 at his home in Wales Utah. He was born on November 14, 1953 to Bill and Patsy Lamb in Mt. Pleasant. He is the first of three sons. (Little Brothers Tom and Art) He grew up in Kearns Utah, where he graduated and met Connie Aldridge. They were married on June 9, 1973. They just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this summer. When first married honeymooned on the Wales Mountain. When they started their family they returned to Wales to have and raise their four daughters. Theresa (Ben Eicher of West Valley, UT) Daisy (Sean Herbert of Fort Thomas, AZ) Holly (Russell Hobbs of West Valley, UT ) Joleen (Fuzzy Perry of Moroni, UT).
Jay worked hard to provide for his wife and daughters at the Moroni Feed Company, retiring after 37 years.
He spent his time with family and friends enjoying the mountains hunting, fishing and riding horses. Jay tried his hand at raising turkeys, sheep, pigs, cows and any other animal that crossed his path. He was blessed to have twelve grandchildren. Grandpa Jay loved to share the great outdoors with them. Later as they grew he shared things he had learned while always watching a good western. He loved to hear about what they were doing. In summary Jay loved God, his family, friends, nature, and a good drink. He lived his life enjoying these things.

September 8, 2023 there will be a viewing for Jay Lamb at 10:00am to 10:45am with a Family Prayer, followed by a Life Celebration at 11:00 to 12:00, with music and thoughts from family and friends with an opportunity to share your own. Finishing with walking to Wales Cemetery for graveside service. (Walking behind horse coach, or driving up) The graveside prayer will be given with a luncheon at the Wales Community Center after.

Recordings are available for 60 days from date of service.

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20 Responses to “Jay Bill Lamb”

  1. Aspen Lightfoot says:

    Connie and girls
    I am so sorry for your loss of this amazing man. He was one of the 1st to welcome into the Lamb bunch and he never stop showing care and love for us through our struggles. We will miss him deeply… love you all very much

  2. Mike Roberts says:

    Condolences to the whole Lamb family my cousins. I’m glad to be related to such good people. I have so many good memories of Jay. I alway enjoyed talking to him and enjoyed his wit. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I can see him riding his big bay horse all over wales mountain. Thanks for the memories Jay and family. Love you guys.

  3. Teri Morris says:

    Connie and the girls, I am so sorry for your lose. I have such good memories of you and Jay, Seeing Connie driving that big yellow bus, I can,t remember which girl had a date with my late son Spencer and seeing Jay teach the girls about working on cars. Such great memories. Love and Prayers go to you all. Teri

  4. Connie and family, I am so sorry for your lose!I remember working at the hatchery and working with Bill and how fun it was. Always ran into Jay! He has wonderful children and awesome grandchildren!May God wrap his arms around you and comfort you at this time!

  5. Mark Christensen says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Jay’s passing. Jay was my friend. He was always so good to me.
    Thanks Jay. Happy trails to you!!!

  6. Katie Young says:

    Connie and family I’m so sorry for your loss. I thought that something was wrong when you and the girls came to lunch the other day I wish I had known. Sending lots of love your way.


    Jay and I worked together at the Moroni Feed Co. in 1976-77 . I worked on the dock and He worked in the back taking care and making sure the mixers {Devere Harward , Tom Dyches ,Kay Nelson and many others} had enough product for production of feed. Some nights jay would need to stay late because the meat meal would not come out of the train car(compaction).It was dangerous because of bridging. You would need to climb down inside and bar it out . I would stay with him and help sometimes with that. He would say” You know you will not get paid for this ,it is after hours”, I said “I know that”. Jay just made you feel like you always wanted to be around him. That is how he lived his life. You picked up right where you left off even if it had been 5 or 10 years ago. Great friend.

  8. LaPriel Dye says:

    My Dearest Connie and Family, I just saw this and I am so sad. You and Jay were the best neighbors to my parents Rex and Lucy. They loved you and the girls like you were children and grandchildren. I have missed our little visits over the years. Jay was a great man, neighbor, husband, father and I bet grandfather and friend. My heart is heavy for you and I send you love and prayers. May you find comfort in the many good memories you have and know that his legacy will live on in his girls and grandchildren. I wish I could come give you a big hug but my health won’t let me travel to Sanpete any more. So, I’m sending it virtually your way and thanking you for all you did for Mom and Dad. LaPriel Dye