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Karl Boyd Lambson
March 11, 1942 ~ June 6, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Florence - Karl Boyd Lambson, 81 of Florence passed away at his home on Tuesday, June 6, 2023. He was born March 11, 1942 in Provo, UT, the son of Owen and Bethe Lambson.
Boyd was raised in Missoula, graduating from Sentinel High School. Work started at a young age delivering the Missoulian newspaper on his bicycle. One of his truck driving jobs included picking up milk from the local dairies. He started his plumbing career in 1966 and Lambson Plumbing was born in 1981.
Boyd and his wife Wendy settled in Florence to raise their 3 children, Jim, Charlie and Patti.
He was a member of the Missoula Electric Co-Op Board, Florence Volunteer Fire Dept, Scout Master for Boy Scouts of America and later the Florence Fire Dept Board of directors.
Boyd worked hard at establishing his small farm, building the barn that was used to care for the many animals, including “Charlie” the cow. His first John Deere tractor was a 112 and as his passion for John Deere continued the tractors got bigger. Later the family moved to their current home to accommodate the family business. Boyd soon began the journey of his dream trout pond.
A man with a heart of gold, forever giving to those he knew or those that needed. He was grumpy and stubborn and loved by many.
Boyd is survived by his wife Wendy, son Jim (Pam) Lambson, son Charlie (Mary) Lambson, daughter Patti (Mike) Micheletto, grandchildren Shanell, Dylon, Heidi and Aniken, his sister Linda (Malcom) Davidson and many nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will be held Thursday, June 15, 2023, 11:00 A.M. at the Florence Carlton Cemetery with a luncheon to follow.
The family suggests that memorials be made to the Florence Volunteer Fire Department.