Joseph H. “Joe” Lampert, son of the late Herbert E. and Frances “Kitty” Lampert passed away peacefully on March 24, 2018. He is survived by his wife Jocelyn and his three children, Michealle Hovey, Joseph “Todd” Lampert and Melanie Lewis, who are children of his former wife C. Diane Lampert; eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Joe was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia where he attended James Monroe High School and graduated from Stafford Senior High School. He began his career as a Land Surveyor with Robert R. Kim & Associates and proceeded on to own his own construction company, Heritage Site Development. Joe retired from the construction industry at an early age whereupon he and his wife embarked on a new endeavor, his namesake, “Crazy Joe’s Christmas Tree Farm” in Elkwood, Virginia. In 2013, he and Jocelyn moved to Aiken, South Carolina where this nickname followed him to the golf course. Joe was an avid golfer, and he enjoyed every round no matter how well he played.
A family gathering of friends will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, the family wishes for contributions to be made to the charity of one’s choice.
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My deepest and most heartfelt sympathies are with you all. Uncle Joe was always a favorite and he will never be forgotten.
Much love, Denise
Submitted by Denise Farmer on Mar 26 2018 06:00:46 PM
I am sorry for your lose. Joe will be greatly missed. It was an honor to have known him and to have spent time with you all.
Submitted by Jon Lewis on Mar 26 2018 11:34:08 AM
Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and family..
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Submitted by Victoria Bond on Mar 26 2018 10:31:55 AM
I'm so sorry for your loss. Joe was so sweet and handsome. I know you will miss him so much!
With much love,
Your cousin Gail
Submitted by Gail Hedge Keefe on Mar 25 2018 11:03:52 PM
I'm so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you all and I pray for your comfort. There are truly no words that could ever take away the pain, but I can say that the fond memories help ease it in the days and years to come.
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