William T. Lancaster

Born: Thu., Jul. 23, 1931
Died: Mon., Oct. 30, 2017

Sevices will be held at a later date.

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William T. Lancaster, 86, of Angola, Indiana died on Monday, October 30, 2017 at Northern Lake Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Angola, Indiana.

He retired from Dana Weatherhead in Angola, Indiana.

William was born July 23, 1931 in Springfield, Illinois to Allen E. Lancaster and Clarice (Kaufman) Lancaster Branstator.

He was a Veteran of the US Navy and a  lifetime member of the Orland American Legion Post 423 and the George Anspaugh VFW Post 7205, Angola, Indiana.

Surviving are his children Allen (Carol) Lancaster of Lake James, Indiana, Terry (Chris) Nipple of Rockfield, Indiana and Becky (Scott) Preston of Angola, Indiana; 9 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.  

He was preceded in death by his parents and son, Danny Lancaster.

Graveside services and burial will be at a later date at Highland Cemetery, South Bend, Indiana.

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George and Stacy Gilbert
   Posted Wed November 01, 2017
Our sincere sympathy to Allen, Terry and Becky. May good and loving memories help ease your sorrow. We wish you peace and strength from God.

Steve Parsons
   Posted Wed November 01, 2017
So sorry for your loss . Healing prayers and warm hugs . My son and I will always remember Pappy ! God Bless you all .

Dotts Family
   Posted Wed November 01, 2017
So sorry for your loss. You all will be in out thoughts and prayers.

Cheri Carpenter Stroh
   Posted Fri November 03, 2017
Alan, Terry, Becky & extended family.....thinking of you and your extended family at this time of sorrow. Take care.....Cheri Carpenter Stroh

Donna Baughman
   Posted Fri November 03, 2017
Bill was always proud of his Service. He loved his mom and took excellent care of her for many years -- he fixed her meals mostly by himself for many years. He loved the Lake and fishing. He was always up to something -- secret fishing methods, coloring rubber tires to put around trees, making birdhouses, planting plastic flowers!! He was fun, loved his family and was only slowed by his body. Thank you, Bill, for so many great memories.
Steve & Donna Baughman