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Edward Mance

Edward Mance

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Edward “EJ” Mance, 83 of Leavenworth, died Tuesday, February 16, 2021, at home. Ed, son of Frank and Emma Mance, was born March 29, 1937, in Kansas City, Kansas.

On August 16, 1955, Ed enlisted into the Navy, serving four years active duty and two years reserve. Ed was a diesel mechanic on the U.S.S. Navarro APA 215 and U.S.S. Cavallaro.

On August 31, 1957, Ed married Geri after meeting her three weeks prior. Ed is survived by Geri, his wife of 63 years and three sons, David (Amy) Mance, Don Mance and Dwayne (Anah) Mance. Ed is preceded in death by his daughter, Donna Freeman.

After Ed’s service in the Navy, Ed worked for Victory Hills Country Club as the groundskeeper. In June 1973, Ed and Geri started their own lawncare business, Mance Spray Service. Mance Spray Service provided lawn, tree and shrub care in the Leavenworth area for 30 years until Ed and Geri retired in 2003. Ed continued Mance Tree Service into his retirement.

Ed spent his free time, fishing, hunting, metal detecting, being outdoors and picking his banjo. Ed was a loving husband and a proud father, grandfather and great grandfather.

A private graveside service will be at a later date.
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Leavenworth County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge

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Sherri Mance

Posted at 01:09pm
I’m so so sorry for our loss. I can still hear his wonderful voice. After dad went to heaven he would periodically check on us. So very thoughtful. He made me think of my dad so much, it’s a lot like losing him twice. Lots of prayers coming you way.
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Love and warm hugs, Linda Dallas, Myra Harold, Debbie Willis

Posted at 11:58am
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories of Ed (Dude) to forever hold in your heart.
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