Celebrating the life of Ramona Louise Lance
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will describe the loss of Ramona by her family and
friends. Ramona Louise Lance passed away
peacefully and joined our Lord on 12/28/2018 at the
age of 74 with loved ones by her side at the
Schneidmiller Home located in CDA, Idaho. She
was born in Newport, WA on April 22, 1944. A
long-time resident of the Spokane area, she resided
in Usk, Cusick, Spokane, moved to California as a
teen, married Leslie L. Lance Aug 5 1961. Had three
children, divorced, remarried and returned to
Spokane Valley 1976. One of her lifelong goals in
life was owning her home free and clear and she
accomplished that dream 2 months ago. Recently
retired from Fred Myer' s in Spokane Valley where
she worked in Playland and prior in nutrition.
Ramona was a 25 year SURVIVOR of breast cancer
she WON that battle. In June of this year she started
another battle with lung cancer (not any part of
breast cancer) the cancer took her life but she won
her battle and became cancer free, when she was
reunited with our lord. Preceded in death by her
parents Donald F. Bush, Helen Bush, Brother
Donald Bush and many aunts and uncles. Survived
by two siblings James Bush (Joanna), Suzy Woods.
Three children Daren Lance (Brenda), Leslie Lance
(Rick Stewart), Curtis Lance (Erin). One foster son
Bryan Wilson(Jennifer). Ten Grandchildren Jarith
Sageman, Melissa Wood (Mike), Shelby Marler
(Brian), Emily Head, Brody Lance (Courtney), Kyle
Koch (Kendra Page), Courtney Lance, Cameron
Simmons, Sean Simmons, Sophie Lance. Eight great
grandchildren Kaydence, Jaden, Jayce, Chloe, Riley,
Kiera, Braden, and Paislee. She was distinguished
by her over whelming love for her family. She
enjoyed sewing, quilting, knitting, gardening,
reading, canning, trips to the casino and feeding
anyone who walked through her door. Ramona also
was a licensed hairstylist, and personal seamstress
for many people. She was widely known for her
chicken'n'dumplings and chicken noddle soup that
was rumored to be able to fix any illness. Known by
most as "Nana" she will forever be loved and
missed. She will always be our Sunshine. May all
cherish the warm memories that they have had with
her and hold them dear to their heart we will.
Please come and join us for the Celebration of life on Jan, 26th at Valley Real Life location 4904 N Harvard Rd Otis Orchards Wa at 2:00pm.
A reception will follow at the same location all friends and family welcome
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Celebration of Life
4904 N Harvard Rd
Otis Orchards, WA 99027