Lance Erik Zorger

Born: 05/09/1959 Passed:

Lance Erik Zorger, 60, of Carrollton, passed away Thursday, February 20th, 2020 at his home surrounded by loving family following a short illness.

Lance graduated from Carrollton High School. He enjoyed spending his time on Grover’s Family Farm where he spent every day doing what he loved, driving tractors. He and his wife of 25 years, Carol Ann Zorger, were horse farmers in the Harlem Springs area . Lance enjoyed spending time with his family and riding his horse at Jefferson State Park.

Lance is survived by his wife, Carol; his parents, Eugene and Majorie (Lamielle) residents of Carrollton; his six children, Ashley Todd of Florida, Erik Zorger of Alabama, Carrie Rector of Carrollton, Atlee (Michele) Rosenberger of Perrysville, OH, Jessie (Chuck) Phillips of West Virginia and James (Jamie) Rosenberger of New Harrisburg, OH; grandchildren, Clay, Lexi, Charli, Reed Beau, Zoe, and Atlee IV; and siblings, Todd (Dee) Zorger and Leddi (Chic) Moyer both of Carrollton, OH.

In keeping with Lance’s wishes, no public services are planned at this time. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

8 Tributes to Lance Erik Zorger

  1. Carrie Rector says:

    Love you dad

  2. Jessie says:

    Words cannot express how much I loved this man and how much he will be missed.
    Love you Dad

    • Charli says:

      I will 100% miss my grandpa, but he is flying high forever and always in my heart. Remberance in the tractors and the horse lessons I love you grandpa.

      • Jennifer Shaffer says:

        I am sincerely sorry for your sudden lose of husband,father and son.
        Your in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Life is a treasure we all take for granted. Something like this surely awakens us all.
        With love your sister and aunt.
        Sincerely Jenny

    • Becky and Rick Sklenka says:

      Truly lost Lance way too early. So deeply sorry for your loss. Prayers for all of you.

  3. Kim Herron says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. I will always remember all the great times we had down at the lake when all of us would go hiking, many, many years ago. Lance, you will be deeply missed, but I know you are in a better place

    • Lexi Phillips says:

      I love you grandpa. You will be missed and never forgotten. You’d better take me to a tractor pull when I get get up there with you some day.

  4. Jill Grover Shifflett - Grover Farms says:

    Lance was a valued member of our farm family. We feel his loss deeply in our lives. Our love goes out to his family, the MOST important thing in his life.

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