In Memory

Thomas Lane



 
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01/24/09 07:52 PM #1    

Buddy Mayo

Thomas Everett Lane, 39, of Sioux City died unexpectedly Monday, Jan. 1, 2001, at his residence.

Services will be 11 a.m. Friday at Christy-Smith Morningside Chapel, with the Rev. Terry Cain officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Mr. Lane was born Aug. 22, 1961, in Sioux City, the son of James Edward and Carol (Keairns) Lane. He graduated from West High School in 1979. He served in the U.S. Air Force in the early 1980s.

He married Cynthia Satterfield on Sept. 2, 1989, in Sioux City. He was employed with Keairns Auto Repair and Graham Flying Service. He was currently attending Morningside College, studying accounting. He was also employed evenings at Security National Bank in Sioux City.

He was a member of NASCAR and Nostalgia Stock Car Association. He had driven stock cars for 20 years.

Survivors include his wife; his parents of Sioux City; a sister and her husband, Wendy and Richard Winters of South Sioux City; two brothers and their wives, Kenneth and Laura, and Roger and Wanita, all of Sioux City; maternal grandmother, Nellie Mae Keairns, of Sioux City; mother-in-law, Mary Beth Satterfield, of Sioux City; a sister-in-law and her husband, Suzanne Satterfield and Robert Chappell, of DeKalb, Ill.; two brothers-in-law and their wives, Jeff Satterfield and Patty Newell, of Los Angeles, and Mark and Debra Satterfield of Ames, Iowa; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Kenneth Keairns; paternal grandparents, Everett and Viola Lane; and an uncle.

02/06/09 03:17 PM #2    

Donald Lande

When I think back to my Jr. High and High School days, I invariably think of Tom, who was the first kid to befriend this "new kid in town" in the 7th grade. He taught me a lifelong enduring appreciation for the humor of MONTY PYTHON.
Thomas always had a disarming and genuine smile on his face, and while we weren't lifelong friends, I am a better man for having met and known him while I was in SC. I'll remember him fondly.
He was a good kid whom I'm sure grew into a good man.

07/07/09 11:34 PM #3    

Matt Max

Tom was a fun loving guy with a great smile! He talked cars all the time...something I didn't know much about...but let me tell you he knew allot! I remember him talking about some engines and cars and I looked at him and finally told him I had no idea what he was talking about...we were screwing off in study hall. He just laughed and said I was a good listener! He always said hi to this poor dumb jock and that is what was cool about him!

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