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Kyson Lamb

August 6, 1990 — October 21, 2021

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Kyson Denler Lamb, 31, passed away unexpectedly on October 21st, 2021, in Springville, Utah. Kyson was born in Payson, Utah on August 6th, 1990, and was raised by his parents Nate and Chelsea Lamb.

Kyson attended Highland High School in Gilbert, Arizona. Afterward, Kyson served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Pocatello, Idaho for 2 years. He loved the people of Idaho and always spoke of his mission as an experience that changed his life profoundly. Upon his return, Kyson pursued a degree in business through Mesa Community College and BYU LDS Business College. He began working in the logistics department at Lehi Valley Trading Company but spent the majority of the last decade as a marketing and sales specialist for Ashley Furniture Industries. Upon moving to Utah, he pursued a license as a Real Estate Agent, and most recently founded Black Sheep Enterprises LLC with his wife. Together they dreamt of creating a business that provided products to help the lives of those suffering with chronic medical conditions and empowered them to be confident in standing out.

Kyson was engaged in any sport, activity, and adventure he could participate in - his family often says that the term "FOMO" was created specifically for him. In high school he lived for football and baseball, filling the team tight end position in football and a third baseman in baseball. Throughout his 20's he played in co-ed softball and basketball teams with friends and was an avid golfer. Pickle ball became a quick obsession for him during the last year he spent in Utah.

Unknown to most, Kyson had a creative side. He enjoyed drawing, designing, and creating - which greatly benefited his professional career. He was the oldest of nearly 50 grandchildren, and he was obsessed with each and every one of his cousins. When discussed by family, each member spoke of how important they felt to Kyson. He made it a point to spend time and invest in creating a relationship with each member of his family, the memories he made with his cousins are filled with the laughter and love he brought them.

Kyson leaves behind his beautiful wife and best friend Brittany Lamb, whom he had only wed a short 71 days prior to his passing. He also leaves behind his parents Nate and Chelsea Lamb and four sisters Alex Lovell (Tyler), Sydney Bailey (Jeffrey), Morgan Lunt (Tanner), Mattie Casto (Tanner). Being the oldest grandchild, he is survived by his beloved grandparents, Dennis and Susan Lamb, and Stephen and Cristi Denler. He remains the beloved oldest cousin of nearly 60, and the nephew to 22 aunts and uncles.

Kyson and his wife were members of the Orem YSA 4th Ward prior to their wedding, and given their familiarity with the ward, the bishop has offered to hold the services within their ward building. The address is: LDS Chapel / YSA Tri-Stake Center at 864 West 800 South Orem, Utah 84058 (west building). The viewing will start at 9:30 am and conclude at 10:30 am. The funeral will begin at 11:00 am within the same building. Live-streaming is available on Legacy Funerals & Cremations Facebook page. Interment will follow at the Historic Springville Cemetery, the address is: 556 South 170 West Street Springville, Utah 84663.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the GoFundMe or Venmo account set up for his wife, Brittany Lamb, to assist in funeral and other expenses related to this unexpected loss or leave your favorite memory of Kyson on the Facebook page created to gather the stories of his impact on the lives of his friends and family. The links for both pages are included below.


Venmo: Brittany-Critchfield (Searchable as Brittany Lamb)

Facebook: search "Kyson Lamb Memories" on Facebook

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