Feb. 17, 2017 – Grafton, WI – Mr. Lance L. Stanwyck of Grafton passed away as the result of a tragic accident on Wednesday evening, February 15, 2017. He was 36 years old.
Lance was born March 17, 1980 in Menomonee Falls, son of Jon J. Stanwyck and Linda Lindquist. He grew up in the Town of Polk and attended University School of Milwaukee before graduating from Marquette University in 2003 with a degree in business.
Lance was united in marriage with Kimberly Weyandt at the Chapel of the Incarnation at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN on October 21, 2006. The couple settled in Grafton in 2009 and started their family.
Lance was the president of COST of Wisconsin and Refractory Service, Inc., located in Jackson. Mr. Stanwyck enjoyed boating, time on the lake, winter activities and driving his Mini Cooper. He was most passionate about spending time with his children, wife and family.
The family enjoyed playing board and card games, going to the zoo, and spending time together at their lake house.
He is survived by his wife Kim and their children Logan and Madeline, all of Grafton. He is also survived by his mother Linda Lindquist of Jackson, father Jon (Astra Miglane Stanwyck) Stanwyck of Cedarburg, siblings John J. “JJ” (fiancée Kari Resel) Stanwyck of St. Paul, Lisa Stanwyck of Minneapolis, Jared Stanwyck of Jackson, Iveta (Jared) Valle of Land O Lakes, FL, and Maris Miglans of Chicago, parents-in-law Daniel & Mary Jean Weyandt of Roseville, MN, brothers-and sisters-in-law Kelly (Nathan) Harrington of New Brighton, Daniel (Heather) Weyandt of St. Paul and Matthew (Nicole) Weyandt of Mendota Heights, MN.
Other survivors include his uncle Fred (Sherry) Ullius of West Bend, nieces, nephews, cousins, other family and many friends. He is preceded in death by his grandparents and aunt Marianne (the late William) Zimmerman. The family will receive visitors on Monday, February 20, from 1-4 p.m. at Crossroads Presbyterian Church, 6031 W. Chapel Hill Road, in Mequon.
A Memorial Celebration will follow at 4PM. Dr. Chris Spotts will preside. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to a fund that will be established for his children’s future educational needs. Eernisse Funeral Home & Cremation Service of Cedarburg