Fred was born September 4, 1936 in Knoxville, Tennessee to Mary Ellen (Davis) and Albert Lamb. He had four brothers and sisters.
As a child, he lived in Tennessee, Texas and Oklahoma. His parents worked in a Wild West Show. His father, Albert, was a whip cracking world champion and his mother, Mary was a sharp shooter, who shot cigarettes out of his father's mouth.
When Fred was young, the family settled in Sand Springs, Oklahoma.
At 18, he met and married Jessie M. Wright. They had three children; Pamela Jean, Steven Charles and Janet Gail. In 1961, they moved to Edmond, Oklahoma. There, Fred started a construction company he ran for several years. He and Jessie divorced in 1976.
He then married Adaline and they were married until her passing.
Some time after, he met Karen Manning at the church they both attended and they were married a short time after.
They were married until his death. They enjoyed a home in Guthrie, that was settled by her family in the Oklahoma Land Run.
Fred was a builder and could do just about anything around the house that needed to be done. He also worked and repaired anything around their church.
He loved to go hunting with his son, Steve and friends, in Nebraska.
Fred also worked as a counselor and minister with the Oklahoma Prison System.
Fred was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, sisters, two of his children; daughter, Janet and son, Steve, and grandson, Scott Lamb. He leaves behind his wife, Karen and daughter, Pamela, grandson, Brett and granddaughters; Tamera, Stefanie, Courtney, Jessica, Robyn, Morgan and five great-grandchildren.
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