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Lance Cody Culver

29 août 199020 juillet 2021
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Lance Cody Culver, 30, of Olathe, Kansas passed away at home on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. He will forever be remembered as a loving son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend to everyone he knew.

Lance was born on August 29, 1990 in Merriam, Kansas to Judith “Judy” E. Ewertz-Culver and David L. Culver. Lance attended and graduated from Blue Valley High School – Class of 2009. He enjoyed spending time with his friends and attending sporting events. Lance worked for Dawn Foods as a professional truck driver. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and spending time with his family. Nothing gave him more pleasure in life than the time he spent with niece Hallie and nephew Phoenix. Gathering together for a Bar-B-Que was always a good time, being around his family and friends. He will be sadly missed.

Lance is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents John and Bertha Ewertz and by his paternal grandfather Joseph Culver. He is survived by his mother Judy (Bill) Springer of Lenexa, Kansas; father David L. Culver of Olathe, Kansas; sister Jenna Culver (fiancé Skyler Nichols, one of Lance’s best friends) of Stilwell, Kansas; and his paternal grandmother Donna Culver of Iola, Kansas. Left behind to cherish his memory are his niece Hallie Bellmer and nephew and Phoenix Nichols; best friends Kyle Veasman of Arcata, California, Julian Nichols of Sydney, Australia, Jeff Pratt of Spring Hill, Kansas Joe Sutton of Stilwell, Kansas, in addition to many other friends; and aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Lance will be cremated according to his wishes. A “Celebration of Life” honoring Lance will be held on Saturday, August 28, 2021 at 9:00 am at St. Paul Catholic Church located at 21650 W. 115th Terrace in Olathe, Kansas (main entrance by the flag pole).

Donations "In Memory of Lance Cody Culver" may be made to the Johnson County affiliate of the National Alliance On Mental Illness (NAMI) via online at https://www.namijoco.org/donate , via email at namijoco@gmail.com, by phone at 913-210-0630, or by mail at NAMI Johnson County KS, PO Box 19025, Lenexa, KS 66285-9025.

Condolences may be offered at www.McGilley-Frye.com.

  • FAMILLE

  • David L. Culver, Father
  • Judy E. (Ewertz) Springer, Mother
  • Bill Springer, Step-father
  • Jenna Culver, Sister
  • Skyler Nichols, Jenna's Fiance
  • Hallie Bellmer, Niece
  • Phoenix Nichols, Nephew
  • John (Ewertz), Maternal Grandfather (deceased)
  • Bertha (Ewertz), Maternal Grandmother (deceased)
  • Joseph Culver, Paternal Grandfather (deceased)
  • Donna Culver, Paternal Grandmother
  • Lance also leaves behind numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and countless friends.

Services

  • 'Celebration of Life"

    samedi, 28 août , 2021

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Lance Cody Culver

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Charlie Turner

22 juillet , 2021

Lance trained me when I was a new driver at Dawn Foods. He was very patient and a humble, kind, and gentle man. Lance gave me lots of guidance and made it clear that I could call him whenever I needed anything, always taking my call. He will be greatly missed.

Rosie Toplikar

22 juillet , 2021

While we didn't know Lance well what we knew of him was wonderful . He was a kind and gentle soul from what we could see across the driveway living next door to him this past year. I know we were neighbors longer than that when he lived one house further east with his dad but when he moved in next door last summer we got a chance to visit regularly . I told him I was going to start calling him Wilson because when he would talk to us over the fence when we were out in our backyard all I could see of him were his eyes and forehead over the top of the pickets. We were excited for his plans to compete smoking barbecued meat and he practiced many weekends out in his garage making wonderful recipes which he always was kind enough to share a plate with us to try. His love of country music and horseshoes had my husband from the start interested in hanging out and getting to know him better. He was always friendly . Breaks my heart to know he's no longer there when I go out to water my plants on the back deck. When I step out on the front porch to get the mail and I glance over to see if he's on the front porch next door. I guess I never realized how often he played a part in our daily living. We miss him terribly. Prayers for his family during this time. We mourn with you all.

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Biographie

Lance Cody Culver, 30, of Olathe, Kansas passed away at home on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. He will forever be remembered as a loving son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend to everyone he knew.

Lance was born on August 29, 1990 in Merriam, Kansas to David L. and Judith “Judy” E. (Ewertz) Culver. Lance attended and graduated from Blue Valley High School. Class of 2008. He enjoyed spending time with his friends and attending sporting events. Lance worked for Dawn Foods as a professional truck driver. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with his family. Nothing gave him more pleasure in life than the time he spent with his niece Hallie and his nephew Phoenix. Gathering together for a Bar-B-Que was always a good time being around his family and friends. He will be sadly missed.

Lance is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents John and Bertha Ewertz and by his paternal grandfather Joseph Culver. He is survived by his mother Judy Springer and her husband Bill of Lenexa, Kansas; father David L. Culver of Olathe, Kansas; sister Jenna Culver and her fiancé Skyler Nichols of Stilwell, Kansas; and his paternal grandmother Donna Culver. Left behind to cherish his memory are his niece Hallie Bellmer and nephew and Phoenix Nichols. He also leaves behind numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Lance will be cremated according to his wishes. "Celebration of Life" on Saturday, August 28, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. St. Paul Catholic Church 21650 West 115th Terrace Olathe, Kansas (main entrance by the flag pole).

Condolences may be offered at www.McGilley-Frye.com.