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Jonathan D. Lamb Jr.

            Jonathan "Jon" D. Lamb Jr., 47, of Orefield passed away peacefully on

Saturday, July 9th, 2022. Born in Lansdale, he was the son of the late Jonathan D. Lamb Sr. and Jill E. (Hoffman) Fitch of Barto.

            Jon was a 1992 graduate of Parkland High School. He was a talented artist and an award-winning tattoo artist, and he was the owner of the former Keystone Tattooers on Tilghman St. in Allentown. He was an avid fisherman, fishing area lakes and streams, also at Slaughter Beach in Delaware, and in Canada with family and friends. His favorite was the Jordan Creek near his home. His Siberian husky dog, Cyclone was always by his side.

            Jon enjoyed gaming, the outdoors, and customizing his F150. Mostly, his passion was art, he made many great friends though his tattoo work, and he will be sorely missed.

            Jon is survived by his mother, Jill, wife of Raymond Fitch of Barto; a brother, Joshua Lamb of Allentown; his paternal Grandmother: Ruth Kennedy of Spinnerstown; his grandmother by marriage, Rosemarie Lamb, of Bath; maternal uncles: Jim Hoffman of Zionsville and Joel Hoffman and his wife Kathy, of Wellsville, NY; and his aunt Kriss Hoffman and her partner Nancy Borema of Lincoln City, Oregon; his paternal uncles, Jim P. Lamb of Spinnerstown, Joel Lamb, of Quakertown, and Jack Lamb and his wife Kathy of East Greenville; his paternal aunts: Joy Seglets and her husband Jimmy of Coopersburg, and Janice Byrne and her husband Tom of Newtown; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

            All are invited to gather at the Falk Funeral Home, 163 Main St., Pennsburg, PA 18073, on Saturday from 9 a.m. With a celebration of his life at 10:30 a.m. He will be laid to rest privately beside his father in Grandview Cemetery, Allentown.

            In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to Lehigh Valley Hospice, Suite 100, 2024 Lehigh Street, Allentown, PA 18103.

            Visit his "Book of Memories" at






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