Lance R. Giese
October 13, 1938  -  January 8, 2018

Lance R. Giese


J Bar J Country Church
40 Highway 70 West
Ruidoso, NM  88345
Saturday, January 20, 2018
1:00 P.M.
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Lance R. Giese, 79, of Alto, NM passed away on Monday, January 8, 2018 in El Paso, TX. He was born October 13, 1938 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Edwin and Mildred Giese.

Lance graduated from Bay View High School in Wisconsin and went on to be an Auto and Diesel Mechanic at Milwaukee County, Hales Corners DPW and Fire Dept., and over 20 years at Air Force 128th Air Refueling Reserves.
On October 6, 1962 he married his high school sweetheart, Jane Pickard, 20 years ago they retired and built their dream home in Alto, NM. Over the years he made many wonderful friends and enjoyed his golf cart repair business and being a member of J Bar J Country Church.

He is greatly loved and will be missed by Family and many friends. Lance is survived by his son, Darryl Giese and his wife, Sandy of Eagle, WI; daughter, Colleen Giese of South Milwaukee, WI; grandson, Jacob Giese of Eagle, WI and his brother, Harlan Giese of Iowa.

His memorial service will be Saturday, January 20, at 1:00 P.M. in the J Bar J Country Church.

The family has requested memorials to the J Bar J Country Church.


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  1. Mike & Renee Weinfurt
    San Tan Valley, AZ

    Hold tight to your memories,lean on your friends & family & know we are thinking of you during this difficult time..

  2. Jay and Glee Hansen
    Palmyra, WI

    Our deepest sympathies to the family. Lance was a dear friend who will be truly missed!

  3. Vicky Stevens
    Fox Point, WI

    My sincere heartfelt thoughts to the entire family and friends. I know Lance will have a special angel watching over him. All the special memories you shared with Lance will remain in your hearts and mind forever. Cherish those memories!!

  4. Patricia
    Ruidoso, NM

    Lance was sweet and funny and loved by everyone at volleyball. He was a true gentleman and is messed.

  5. Paul Ridgeman
    Eagle, WI

    Sorry for your loss. He's in a better place now.

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