March 2, 1943 - January 24, 2009
Lance is survived by his wife Deborah Olson, and children: Cari Ann and Eric Carter, Hayes and Melissa Carter, Spencer Imus and Bridget Lee, Brooke and Jesse Jones, three grandchildren: Taylor, Emily and Treydon; one brother, Bruce, and sisters Darryl and Dana and many friends.
To honor Lance’s memory, take a walk in the sunshine and make every day “a 10”.
To Be Announced
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Saint Mary's Episcopal Church
214 West 3rd Avenue
Mitchell, South Dakota
entry posted by Janine Rew-Werling (Neener Rew) on 01-30-2009
Lance was my middle school teacher. He was creative and patient. Working with Middle School Students takes a very special person. Now some 20 years later, I still vividly remember him as a teacher! I am grateful to have had such a positive and caring teacher. My sympathy and prayers to you as you go through this difficult time. May you know God's presence, love and care1
entry posted by Deb Dusseau on 01-28-2009
I worked with Lance at Mitchell Middle School. He was a blast as a teacher and colleague. He was smart, intense, and a ton of fun. He will be missed.
entry posted by Dawn Kuchta (Klinkhammer) on 01-28-2009
My thoughts and prayers are with Lance's family. I worked at Mitchell Votech from 1989-1991 as a workstudy student in the admissions office. Lance always had a positive attitude and always had a smile on his face. He also gave great advice. I am glad I got to know him.
May God Bless your family and friends and help them get through this difficult time.
entry posted by Breana Kennedy on 01-28-2009
My thoughts and prayers go out to Lance's family.
I was a workstudy student in the admissions office at MTI from 1996-1998. Lance was a very unique person who helped me out many times, gave me lots of good advice about life, and of course shared many laughs with all of us. I have thought about him often over the past years and always felt lucky to have known him even for a short while.
May God be with his family and friends and help get them through this difficult time.