Walter M. Langley

Walter M. Langley

Walter M. Langley

Walter M. Langley, age 90, of Friendship, Wisconsin (formerly of Streamwood, IL) passed away Friday, August 27th, 2021.

He served in the U.S. Marine Corp and was a man of great faith.

Walter is survived by his loving children, Walter II, Carolyn, Eric, grandchildren, Robert White, Christopher Langley, and Chandler Dungey. Several great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Barbara and great granddaughter Samirria White.

No Services.

John 3:16 KJV
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

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  1. Edwin E. Irving says:

    Walter Maynard married my first cousin Barbara Laverne Nelson. I visited them once while they lived in Illinois when on a business trip. Then they moved to Wisconsin and my wife and I attended Barbara’s funeral in the winter where we met some of my other cousins for the first time. Then during our motorhome travels we visited Maynard and Erik a couple of times at their farm in Friendship. We kept in contact mostly via social media. We just learned today, after a posting by Eric, of Maynard’s passing. He was obviously a well liked and involved person. He is probably looking down on us saying we better be good if we want to be with him. OORAH!

  2. Walt Langley says:

    Thank you all for your kind words and wishes. There is no doubt that my Dad is with God and my Mom that he loved so much.
    Our family will miss and love both of them for as long as we live.

  3. Ann Campanella says:

    Phil and I sure do miss your smiling face. It was a pleasure to help you with splitting that wood a few years back. Rest in Peace my friend, I am sure God welcomed you with open arms. And the Lord said Amen!

  4. Joseph D McCoy says:

    R.I.P Walter I’m so glad I meet you. I miss you so much and wish you were here. To your family I’m so sorry for your loss he was a great man. I miss stopping by and talking to you. God bless you!

  5. Paul & Rose Sanpedro says:

    Please accept our deepest condolences. Walter, thank you for being part of our lives. We will miss you! Will always remember your positive attitude & cheerful personality. It was fun riding with you collecting aluminum cans for charity. Will always remember your favorite fishing spots & the help during deer hunting season. We will never forget.

  6. Bonnie Collins Marciante says:

    My deepest sympathies to all of Mr. Langley’s family. I know he was dearly loved and will be greatly missed. I enjoyed his cheerful greetings and hearing about the adventures he and Eric would have in their home, making blackberry jam, watching movies together, enjoying Eric’s photos, and riding to church on his Gator. The simple things in life become the most sacred. I know Mr. Langley considered himself blessed, and I feel blessed for having had the chance to know him through Eric. Thank you for your positive can-do spirit Mr. Langley. I enjoyed talking to you over the years, and I’m grateful for all the love you’ve brought into this world by just being you. Rest in peace good and faithful servant. May God bless you and yours- always.

  7. Bill Swift says:

    Semper Fi Walter. I already miss you. Rest in peace with God.

  8. Delbert & Patty Renner says:

    Our Deepest Sympathies to Walt’s family. One of the best neighbors, always a smile on his face, and enjoyed our visits. Rest in piece, my friend

  9. Bob and Lynn Gallipeau says:

    Bob&Lynn Gallipeau
    Walter No matter how far we travel from BigFlats Church We as
    will always remember what a wonderful man you were and always
    Be GOD has a wonderful Man walking beside HIM

  10. Judy and Stan Nicholson says:

    God bless you Walter. The mention of your name brings to mind a picture of you with your sweet, gentle smile so easily given to others. May you rest in peace.

  11. Kevin and Laura Doan says:

    Walter, I t was always a joy to see you in church. You were very dedicated to the church and you will be sorely missed. You are in Gods care now. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind. Well done good and faithful servant. Rest in peace.

  12. Charity L Frasier says:

    Thank you for touching my life and my family. We were blessed to know you. Semper Fidelis Marine.

  13. Pastor Milt and Hazel Duntley says:

    You will be missed by everyone at Big Flats Community Church. Whenever the doors were open, you were there. Such a faithful servant of our Lord Jesus. It’s our earthly loss, but Heaven’s gain. And we know you are right where you wanted to be. So very happy you were sent into our lives. We are much richer for knowing a man of your integrity and Godly spirit. We will continue the mission can project you started as we chattered away in your garage countless hours taking tabs off for Ronald McDonald House in Marshfield.

  14. Tina Loeper says:

    You will be missed Walter. You were a good friend to everyone. We will miss your presence at church and your birthday (everyday 😃)

  15. Tom & Sue Beske says:

    Walter, we only knew you a few short years but we will cherish your friendship forever. We will miss your cheerful laugh and your presence at church. You lived your faith to the fullest. We know the gates of heaven are open for you. PRAISE THE LORD.

    Our sympathy to the family.

  16. William & Arlene Swift says:

    Rest in peace Walter. We will never forget you and will miss you.

  17. Tim & Sharon Lee says:

    Rest in peace Walter. Our condolences to family and friends.

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