Daystar Television Netwark has announced that its founder and Dallas-area broadcaster Marcus Lamb has passed away.

Daystar said in a post on its website that Lamb died Tuesday morning. He was 64.

“He leaves behind a legacy of fiercely loving the Lord, all the people of the world and, most of all, his family,” the network said.

Ernie Haase (Ernie Haase & Signature Sound) was a guest on Daystar.

Ernie released the following statement on the death of Marcus Lamb.

“Marcus was a lover of music. He never forgot his upbringing and the importance of Gospel music in his life. I am very thankful that Marcus allowed us to share his platform, allowing us to know him and his sweet tender heart for the Savior.

As sad as this moment is, we are assured that Marcus is in Heaven now, because of his faith in Jesus.

We mourn with Joni and the entire family, along with all those who loved the ministry of Marcus Lamb. Our hearts are with you and we will hold you in prayer as you navigate the days ahead.” —Ernie Haase

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Jake Sammons has been in Gospel Music his entire life. Along with singing, playing multiple instruments, and performing, Jake has a degree in audio/video production. He has also been involved in building and using computers and other technology since the age of 7. Jake and his wife, Anjanette, live in the Nashville, TN, area with their daughters Allison and Cadence.

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