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Lance Webb Bigler

December 22, 1963 — January 1, 2022

Lance Webb Bigler

Lance Webb Bigler, 58, passed away on January 1, 2022 in his home surrounded by his loving family. He fought a courageous battle of Neuroendocrine Cancer. Lance was born on December 22, 1963 in Hunter, Utah to Paul and Shirley Bigler. He married his sweetie, JoAnn Marie Fowles on February 6, 1993, in the Salt Lake Temple. Lance and JoAnn have three children, Ariel, Hunter, and Dallen. Plus a granddaughter Kambree.

Lance enjoyed watching and playing all sports. He was an avid player of tennis, volleyball, basketball, baseball, and golf. He exceled at them all, he always believed practice makes perfect. He coached and played on many teams. Lance earned many trophies to prove it to. He grew up on his family's golf course, which was named Paul's Par 3 in West Valley City, UT. He worked and played hard on the golf course and made memories to last a life time.

He enjoyed spending time with his family, whether it was playing games downstairs, fishing, attending his kids' events which he never missed, not one. He was all about family time. Lance loved to laugh, sing around the house using his own words to songs, and tell jokes. He was quick to come up with great puns. He had a smile that would light up the room, he smiled through his eyes too. Lance served in various callings in the church, but Primary was where it was at for him. He loved serving and to help all those around him.

Lance was a fixer of all things, there wasn't anything he couldn't fix thanks to his dad. He would make his own parts if he couldn't find one. He has a tool for everything. Lance was always wanting to learn how everything worked, Google and YouTube were his favorite go-tos if he was stumped, which was very rare. His favorite place to tinker was in the garage. He loved to work on cars, especially his Monte Carlo and his dads Chevrolet truck.

Lance graduated from Cyprus High School, go pirates! He went to SLCC and got his Associates Degree in business. He made life-time friends through all his employments and received many recognitions for doing such great work.

Survived by his wife, JoAnn Bigler and his children Ariel Whiting, Hunter Bigler Chugg (Donnellon Bigler Chugg), Dallen Bigler, and his granddaughter Kambree Carlson.

Preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Shirley Bigler and his brother Paul.

The Bigler Family would like to thank you all for your continued love and support. And a special thank you to Utah Cancer Specialists, START at Granger Medical Center especially Dr. Justin Call, and Symbii Home & Hospice.

A viewing will be held on January 6th from 6 to 8 P.M. at Goff Mortuary, 8090 S. State St. in Midvale, UT. Funeral services will be at Copper Hills Stake Center, 5176 W. Parr Drive, West Jordan, UT on January 7th at 11 A.M. with a viewing one hour prior to the funeral. Interment will be at West Jordan Cemetery.

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