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Lora Lamb

Lora Leonora Kathleen Lamb

Thursday, October 23rd, 1958 - Monday, August 26th, 2019
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Vincent Alvarez

Posted at 11:10pm
Lora was born in Pueblo Colorado on October 23, 1958. She moved with her family to Boulder in 1964 and lived there for several years, she then moved with her mother to Westcliffe Colorado where she graduated from high school. She met her husband Ken, the love of her life, in Westcliffe. She was well known as the Westcliffe stampede rodeo queen of 1981, and a singer of country songs.
She married Ken Lamb in 1982, and they moved to Pueblo Colorado, where she attended the University of Southern Colorado and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree. She moved to Ault, Colorado in 1984. She was well known as an accomplished painter and singer, and she painted several large murals in the area.
Lora suffered from severe Rheumatoid Arthritis and Diabetes, but remained pleasant and upbeat, and was able to continue her artistic career.
Lora was preceded in death by her Mother, Alma Sommers and sister Teresa Burns. She is survived by her husband Ken and her twin brothers Vernon and Vincent Alvarez, and multiple nieces and nephews.

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