Ben Steven “Jammer” Lamb, 24, of Oak Harbor, died suddenly on December 12, 2019 from an overdose, after an eleven-year battle with addiction.
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He is survived by his parents, Laurie and Robert Croan, Margaret Davis, and Patrick Lamb; daughter, Harper Lamb, and her mother Kaitlee Pate; siblings Joshua, Alicia Rose, Aleesha Marie; and many aunts, uncles, and nieces. His brother, Timothy C. Earl “TC” Davis preceded him in death.
Ben was a life-long resident of Oak Harbor, born in Anacortes, WA February 12, 1995. He attended school in Oak Harbor and participated in sports and the Oak Harbor Middle School Choir.
Often known for his clowning around by his classmates and teachers, Ben was the kid in class that made everyone laugh and usually the source of morning antics that even made the teachers smile. Ben completed his education through Greenhill School in Chehalis, WA and was working on Technician classes for Automotive Engine Repair.
A service will be held to celebrate Ben’s life at Wallin Funeral Home on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 (his birthday) at 1:00 pm with a reception to follow.
Ben’s family suggests memorials may be made to Ryan’s House for Youth online. Visit www.ryanshouseforyouth.org/featured-opportunities.html to view their current list of needs. You can email them at: email@example.com to ask about donations and volunteering, or contact them by phone at: (206) 356-2405.