Condolences to the family of Lance Edward Peters | DrumhellerMail

Condolences to the family of Lance Edward Peters

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Lance Edward

December 12, 1958 - September 5, 2021

Mr. Lance Edward Peters of Drumheller, Alberta passed away at the Drumheller Health Services on September 5, 2021 with his family by his side at the age of 62 years.
Lance was born December 12, 1958 at Oakville, Ontario to Thomas and Margaret Peters. Lance took his early education in the Mississauga area. As the family moved around, Lance went to many schools until the family settled in the Drumheller Valley in 1976. Lance graduated from Drumheller Composite High School in 1977.
Lance worked the day liner for CN, he drove truck for Ceda, he spent 20 plus years driving truck for Hi-Way 9, he was self-employed for a short period of time trucking, he was last employed with Northern Mat & Bridge driving truck.
Lance married his soulmate Maureen, August 19, 2000, they spent 21 years together, taking many tropical vacations.
Lance was a gentle and kind man. He thought deeply about life and had his own opinions, he wasn’t one to share them. Lance was a very conscientious employee, he loved being out on the open road, we always said, “being a trucker must be in his blood”. He enjoyed working on his acreage, renovating his numerous properties. He will be dearly missed by his loving family.
Lance was predeceased by his oldest son Logan in 2017, his parents, his mother-in-law and numerous other family members.
Lance leaves to cherish his memory, his wife Maureen, his sons Lucas Peters, Leland Peters, Matthew (Beth-Ann) Schulz, granddaughter Adaline Schulz, brother Len (Linda) Peters, sisters Lynn (Dale) Goulder, Lisa Jacques, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, family members and a lifetime of friends.
Celebration of Life for Lance will be held Sunday, September 12, 2021 from 2:00-4:00 P.M. at their acreage, 284066 Range Road 210 (Monarch Hill, last acreage on your right, or turn off of Highway 9 at Nacmine and it’s the first acreage on your left). In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Cancer Research.
“Life’s Work Well Done”