High school teacher
Services for Louise Lamb, a Baltimore area high school teacher for 25 years, will be held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Morgan State University Christian Center.
Mrs. Lamb, who was 80, died June 13 at her home at the Hampton House in Towson.
Born in Henderson, N.C., the former Louise Parham moved to Baltimore in 1947 and began teaching at Sollers Point High School in Turners Station. She ended her 25-year teaching career in 1972 at her second school in the area, Cockeysville High School.
She earned her bachelor of arts degree from Shaw University in Raleigh, N.C., and her master's degree in English from Columbia University.
She was married to the late Arthur C. Lamb Sr., professor emeritus at Morgan State University, who taught speech and drama for more than 25 years.
Mrs. Lamb and her husband enjoyed a long retirement and traveled extensively throughout Europe.
She was active in the Pierians Club, Tally-up Bridge Club, the Morgan State Women and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Mrs. Lamb is survived by two sons, Dr. Arthur Clifton Lamb Jr. of Davis, Calif., and Carroll G. Lamb of Amherst, Mass.; and a sister, Bettie E. Parham of New York City.
The family suggests memorial contributions to the Arthur Clifton Lamb Prize for Play Writing, in care of The Morgan State Women.