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In Memory of

Harley Raymond Lance

October 13, 1960 - November 25, 2016

Obituary


On November 25th Harley Raymond Lance (56) passed away in Coupeville, WA. Born in Silverton, OR. to Patricia Jane and Robert Calvin Lance on October 13th, 1960. Harley lived most of his life near his hometown in Oregon, where he was able to enjoy the outdoors and all the activities that go along with it, including a walk on the beach, camping, fishing, and hunting. He also enjoyed the rainy indoor days as well, watching movies with the grandkids. He was never afraid to chase his dreams. Harley worked in construction and wildland firefighter, and...

On November 25th Harley Raymond Lance (56) passed away in Coupeville, WA. Born in Silverton, OR. to Patricia Jane and Robert Calvin Lance on October 13th, 1960. Harley lived most of his life near his hometown in Oregon, where he was able to enjoy the outdoors and all the activities that go along with it, including a walk on the beach, camping, fishing, and hunting. He also enjoyed the rainy indoor days as well, watching movies with the grandkids. He was never afraid to chase his dreams. Harley worked in construction and wildland firefighter, and Owner of Wildcut Fire Corporation. Harley is preceded in death by his father Robert Lance, and Grandfather Harl Lance. He is survived by his loving wife Daelene of Oak Harbor, his children Nicholas Lance (Molalla, Or.), Shawna Lance (Oak Harbor, WA), Sandi Lance (Olympia, WA), Tristan Lance (Oak Harbor, WA), Abbegail Lance (Oak Harbor, WA), and Aubryana Lance (Oak Harbor, WA). As well as 10 grandchildren, His mother Patricia Lance (Molalla, OR), brothers Robert Lance (Silverton, OR) and Jody Lance (Molalla, OR), and Sister Rhonda Lance (Happy Valley, CA). The family would like to extend their thanks to the men and women of the Whidbey Health Emergency room for all of their assistance and care for Harley.

Services will be held Saturday December 3rd, 2016 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 201 NE Oleary St, Oak Harbor, WA at 11 am with reception to follow.