Picturing Bill Lamb
PRINCETON — For years, he stood behind the camera. And for just as many years, he captured faces, events, moments ... preserving life so others could appreciate it for years to come.
Bill Lamb, 91, of Princeton died Monday at Walnut Manor Nursing Home in Walnut. He leaves behind a legacy of a fellow with a camera who had a kind smile and a dry sense of humor. He also leaves behind a myriad of memories which he was able to capture on film and share with countless folks in the area.
While Lamb was perhaps best known for his photographic skills, he had a long career at Josten’s in Princeton (now MTM Recognition) and was the projectionist for years at the Apollo Theater in Princeton. According to long-time family friend Sharon Rabe, Lamb also belonged to a theater organ organization and traveled around the country to hear organ concerts. Not only did he enjoy playing the organ and piano, he had a large collection of theater music.
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