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Harold Lee Lansing, Jr. "Chip"
October 30, 1959 ~ September 26, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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Harold Lee "Chip" Lansing, Jr., born October, 30 1959, in Portsmouth, Ohio, passed peacefully on September, 26 2023, in New Port Richey, Florida.
He was proceeded in death by His grandparent's Harold Given Lansing and Cynda Malissa Lansing
His parents Harold Lee Lansing Sr and Vesta Jean Lewis, and step mom Delores.
He is survived by his son Jeremy Lee Lansing and his wife Tonie, and their children Alyssa Rutledge and her husband Dylan and Shelby Lansing and her fiancé Owen Fox and their soon to be daughter. Sid Hafley and Shyla Hafley. Also his son Harold Anthony Lansing "Tony" and his children Desirae Lansing and Tristan Lansing.
His aunt Sharon Lewis Mullins and uncle Chauncey Lewis.
His siblings Chuck Lansing and Jenny! Julie Lansing, Mike Lansing and Bessie, Jeff Lansing and Jeania Lansing.
Along with lots and lots of nieces and nephews! Also his girlfriend Roe Redman!
Chip wore many hats! He was in 82nd Airborne in the United States Army for 8 years! After that he has worked lawn services with his dad and he worked at Tampa bay downs for several years! He built docks and decks! He worked in car sales! He also was working for his sons business U GOT stink currently!
His real passion was becoming a Captain on his own boat which in turn he has taught many others how to fish! To this day no one would go on their boat without Captain Chip! Oh how he will be missed!
He loved the water and being on the ocean!
Chip loved his family and in his later years spent a lot of time fishing with his family and friends. His other great passion was playing bass in his band Wallace Blvd. His band was also his family! He told big fish stories and had a laugh that would echo for miles! People would literally be drawn to listening to his stories! Chip was a very loved man and the patriarch of the whole family! He is gone way too soon and will be greatly missed!
If he has anything he could say it would be love with your whole heart! Buy the boat! And go fishing!