~A Time to be Born~
Pearlie Mae Lambert was born in Warren, Arkansas to the late Russell Lambert and Octavia Daniels-Lambert. She accepted Christ at an early age and received her education in Warren, Arkansas.
~A Time to Love~
On August 14, 1960, Pearlie wedded Eddie Lee Davis and soon thereafter, they moved to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Their union celebrated 43 years of marriage until Eddie’s passing in 2003.
~A Time to Worship, Work, and Play~
Pearl, as she was affectionately called, was a member of Friendship/New Brighter Day Baptist Church.
She was employed at Chrysler Corporation for 30 plus years before retiring, after which she fully indulged in her favorite pastime of fishing! She spent many days on the banks and in the water fishing with Jaunda, Junior, Gussie, and John, and even by herself at times! She kept her rod and reel ready! Pearl was also known for her cooking and sewing skills, and she loved to dress to impress!
Pearl had a loving and caring spirit; she truly enjoyed the company of family and friends, as well as socializing in the comfort of her home.
~A Time to Die~
On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Pearlie passed away from this earthly world joining her husband in heaven.
Pearl leaves to cherish her memory, her precious great-nieces, Tonia Lambert and TiJaunda Lambert; great-nephew, Tony Lambert; two special great-great-nephews, DeAngelo and Damarius, and special great-great-niece, Ka’Niya, all of Kenosha, Wisconsin; a treasured once in-a-lifetime friend, John Black; stepson, Eddie Davis Jr., nieces Sandra Green, Frances Hampton, Lisa Heard and nephew, Arthur Jamison, all of Warren, Arkansas; and nephew, Darnell Morris of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; brother-in-law, Lorinzo Davis Sr.; sisters-in-law, Mary Junior of California, Esma Griffin of Kenosha; Georgia Smith of Racine; Erma Wilson and JoAnne Bates of Detroit, Michigan; Goddaughter, Joyce Streeter, and a host of other family members and friends.
Pearl was predeceased by her parents, Russell and Octavia Lambert; sisters, Jaunda Lambert, Gussie Hampton, and Lois Jamison; brother, LG Lambert; special nieces, Sara Lambert and Carolyn York; and nephews Tony Lambert and Charles Lambert; and sister-in-law, Lola Mae Morris.
Due to COVID-19 a private interment will take place at Sunset Ridge Memorial Park in Somers, WI and a memorial service will take place in the future after it is safe.