Chance M. VanDyne

Chance M. VanDyne

January 7, 1999 – December 28, 2021

Fire Control Seaman, United States Navy

VISITATION: Monday, January 10th from 5pm to 7pm at West Center Chapel.  FUNERAL SERVICE: Tuesday, January 11th at 10am at West Center Chapel.  Interment: Tuesday, January 11th at 1pm at Omaha National Cemetery with Military Honors.  Memorials are suggested to the Nebraska Humane Society

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  • Clifford M Galbraith Posted January 2, 2022 12:17 am

    There are no words that will help, but my condolences are there Bro.

  • Sharon L Stolp Posted January 2, 2022 6:27 am

    I am Chance’s Gramma and my most heartfelt condolences to all of us who loved and had the honor of knowing Chancie.

  • Shirley and Paul Croy Posted January 2, 2022 8:47 am

    With deepest sympathy to gma Sharon and all of Chance’s family.

  • Shannon McKenzie Posted January 2, 2022 10:37 am

    Such a bright life in life and such a bright life in the after life. You touched so many lives!!! My condolences to all the family involved.

  • anier balingcos Posted January 2, 2022 12:05 pm

    May you find peace my fellow sailor. We got the watch from here now. Life sometimes is unfair, but you showed that you are stronger than anyone else. I hanged out with for couple of times and listened to your life story. Thank you for the beer you offered last summer. I will drink one for you. Until we meet again. My deepest sympathy for the family of VanDyne.

  • Angie Giurtino Posted January 5, 2022 8:39 am

    From the moment I first held you I knew that you would become someone very special to many. You have touched so many hearts and have had a positive impact on so many, so strong willed and fierce about protecting those you love. Until we meet again my beautiful boy. Condolences to all who had the honor to know and love our Chancie.

  • Cherie Ludwick Posted January 10, 2022 1:37 pm

    Deepest sympathy going out to the family of Chance VanDyne and his fellow servicemen. My son graduated boot camp at Great Lakes with Chance and counted him among his friends. He speaks of Chance as a loyal hardworking young man who was eager to challenge himself in the Navy. Fair winds and flowing seas. Much Love the Ludwick Family 💙⚓️💙⚓️

  • Jennifer Botbyl Posted January 11, 2022 10:30 am

    Beautiful service today. Thank you, Ron and Deb for allowing me to be part of Chances services. Sending out my heartfelt condolences to you all.

  • Richmond Ludwick Posted January 12, 2022 2:44 am

    I knew you only for a year, but you were my brother. Division 394 we were unique division that was neither a strong one nor smart one but we had heart. The fact that no one got separated in that division over a fight is a testament to that. You were dedicated to what you did, I held out hope that someday you’ll be station on my ship or maybe, I’d see you again in the fleet. I looked forward to hearing or seeing you live your dream and go to Japan. If I ever go to Japan I will leave something for you there. Rest in peace FCA I know you will look out for us as he would’ve in life.

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