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Lance Clifford Webb

January 25, 2020 | 9 comments

Lance Clifford Webb, 70, of Brice Prairie, passed away peacefully on January 21, 2020 at his home in Onalaska, WI.  He was born on May 10, 1949 to Lance and Ardell Webb.  He married Pamela Aeschlimann on November 20, 1971 in The Little Brown Church in Nashua, Iowa. =

Lance enjoyed metal detecting, hunting, fishing, canoeing, auto mechanics, painting, rock tumbling, gardening, and bike riding.  He was an animal lover, especially of Albee, Wyatt, Daisy, Frisky, Vanna, and Rosie.

Lance is survived by his wife, Pamela; sons, Lance A. (Rhonda) and Curtis (Sarina); grandchildren, Rubi Jo, Luci, Kiara, and Kennan; sister-in-law Sue Webb and her children, Travis and Tara, as well as numerous family members.

Lance was preceded in death by his grandmother, Florence White; step-father, LeRoy J. Gollnick; mother, Ardell Gollnick; sister, Linda; brother, Larry; mother-in-law, Marjorie Aeschlimann, and father-in-law John P. Aeschlimann.

A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 11am at The Gathering Place in The Prairie Room, 133 Mason St. Onalaska.  Pastor Ted Dewald will officiate with military honors provided by The American Legion Post 336 and the United States Marine Corps Honor Guard.  A visitation will be held from 10am until the time of service.  A reception will follow.

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9 Comments

  1. Karla Deichelbohrer-Toppen

    Lance and Rhonda,
    My deepest sympathies

  2. Mary enge

    Pam, Lance & Curt,
    I’m sorry to hear if your loss. My thoughts & condolences are with all of you.

  3. Chris and Dale Schermerhorn

    Lance was my friend, next door neighbor and fellow Vet. Lance, Albee and I had many conversations in our driveways and garages or yards about most any topic we had on our minds; there wasn’t much that he didn’t know and in most cases, could fix anything that needed fixing. Talked older cars a lot and here again, if I had an issue with my 65 Plymouth, he always knew where to start checking for the problem , I’m going to miss him but maybe where he’s at now, He’ll find that 61 chevy he’s been after. RIP Brother
    Chris and Dale

    • Brian and Laurie Smith

      So sorry for your loss Pam. May you find comfort with family and friends. God bless you and hugs

    • Kristin Hills

      I am so very sorry to hear that Lance passed away. My sincere condolences to your family.

  4. David Whistleman

    Pam, I am so sorry to hear of Lances passing. He was a great cousin, and a super nice guy. Rosemarie and I are in Arizona and will not be able to attend the memorial, but I will be thinking of Lance and You, as well as all the other family members.

  5. Steve and Patty Thompson

    We are very sorry to hear of Lance’s passing. I have good memories of working with Lance, and also of the those too few times we were able to get together outside of work.

  6. Lynn Quandahl

    Pam and family I just learned today the sad news about Lance’s passing. My heart goes out to you and my thoughts and prayers are sincerely with you. Lance was a kind and special man. HUGS. Lynnsey Q

  7. Paul Chenier

    Pam.. I just heard about Lances passing! I’m still back peddling a bit. He was great guy! Loved his cars, and cats!! I hope you and your family are able to look back, and reflect on all the good times! Again, my condolences Pam.

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