1946 - 2017
Kary Dee Nicoletti Lamb, loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend passed away March 5, 2017 after a struggle with cancer. Kary was born on April 10, 1946 to Tony and Betty Nicoletti of Butterfield Canyon, Utah. She was raised on a goat ranch where her family was well known for making wonderful European cheeses. In 1964 Kary graduated from Bingham High School and married Andy Johnson in the fall that same year. Andy and Kary had 5 children and were married for 12 years. In 1976 Kary moved to the Heber Valley area and ran the Prairie Cafe in Charleston, Utah. She met Warren Fitzgerald there in 1980 and the two were married. They moved to the Lehi/American Fork area where they raised their families and were married for 10 years. Kary moved back to the Heber Valley area in 1990 and later met and married Jerry Lamb. The two worked in Deer Valley and Park City Resorts in property management. Later they settled in Elberta, Utah where their grandsons made many fond memories; having fun with their spunky grandma and enjoying wide open spaces. In 2013 Kary and Jerry made their final move to Wendover, Utah where she lived out the remainder of her life in the small town atmosphere that she preferred. Kary never met a stranger. She was always warm and friendly to everyone she met. She was known for her cooking and hospitality and carried on a long family tradition of Italian Sunday dinners where everyone was welcome! Kary was always the life of the party and had a fantastic and vibrant personality. She will be missed by all. Proceeded in death by her son Andrew Johnson, grandson's Cole and Christopher Johnson, nephews Christian and Dallon, sibling Jimmy Denas, and parents Tony and Betty Nicoletti. Survived by husband Jerry Lamb, children Shon Johnson, Kim (Mitch) Haight, Anthony (Crystal) Johnson, Mario (Kristy) Johnson, siblings Tona Hill, Louie Nicoletti, Keli Cummings, and Michele Nicoletti, and sixteen grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday March 11th, 2017 at the Cedar Fort LDS Chapel, 185 E. Center Street, Cedar Fort, Utah. Visitation 2 – 3 P.M., Service 3 P.M., followed by a graveside service at the Cedar Fort Cemetery.