It’s all about love for the Lambs of Glace Bay
GLACE BAY — Love has no boundaries.
Lloyd Lamb, 90, and his wife Anna, 85, have been married for 65 years. And although Anna has been a resident of Victoria Haven Nursing Home since 2003, not much has changed for the Second World War veterans.
“He is here to see her every second night,” said Joanne White, activity director at the nursing home. “He brings her muffins, grapes, little treats. They sit and hold hands. “They are just a sweet couple.” What makes a marriage work for 65 years?
“Compromise is the big thing,” according to Lloyd. Their love story began in 1943. Lloyd, born in southern Manitoba, was stationed with the Royal Canadian Air Force in Sydney and one night he attended a dance at the Glace Bay Miners’ Forum.
Lloyd Lamb, 90, and his wife Anna, 85, share a kiss. The Second World War veterans have been married for 65 years. Anna, a resident of Victoria Haven Nursing Home in Glace Bay, will spend Valentine’s Day, Sunday as she spends many days, with Lloyd by her side.