Obituary - Lance D. Wall

Published Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Lance Duane Wall, 45, of Deer Trail, Colorado, passed away on Wednesday, April 6, 2016, at Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker, Colorado.

Lance was born on March 1, 1971, to Denny and Reanee Wall in Colorado Springs.  Growing up, Lance participated in various school activities including football, wrestling and rodeo.  He won Colorado High School State Calf Roping in 1987 and State Team Roping in 1989 with partner Justin Jackson.  After graduating from Eads High School in 1989, Lance attended Lamar Community College from 1991-1993 and obtained an associate degree in business.  He was also a member of the Lamar Junior College Rodeo team. 

During his lifetime, Lance held various jobs including feedlot cowboy, construction and oilfield; however, his true passion was breeding and raising quarter horses.  He was an avid reader, enjoyed shooting clay pigeons, calf roping and team roping.  Lance never met a stranger and was the first to help anyone in need.

His parents Denny and Reanee Wall of Tonto Basin, Arizona, survive Lance.  He is also survived by his sister and brother in law, Terri and Destry Haught of Tonto Basin, niece and nephew Arena Haught and Denny Joe Haught, along with aunts, uncles and cousins.

Lance is preceded in death by grandparents, John and Mazie Pedot, Ted and Jean Wall and Vera Freseman.

Funeral services were held at Love Funeral Home in Limon, Colorado, April 12, 2016, at 10:00 am.  Pallbearers were Lane Monks, Chance Wall, Stacy Uhland, Joe Lindsay, Justin Jackson and John Jolly Jr.  Honorary Pallbearers were Derek Carroll, Kari Jolly, Katie Jolly, John Jolly Sr., Tiffany Guynn, Zeke Griffith, Levi Leonard and Joe Wroblewski.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund   Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund In Care of Cindy Schonholtz 101 Pro Rodeo Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado  80919.

The Love Funeral Home of Limon was in charge of arrangements.  Visit to sign the online guest book or to send the family your message of condolence.