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Dr. Noah N. Langdale Obituary
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December 11, 2016

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December 11, 2016

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July 27, 2009
I'll never forget the speech Dr. Langdale gave at my GSU inception in '85. You just wanted to run through a wall for this guy. He was always very approachable in the hallways. I really looked up to him as a man's man. I regret that he couldn't sign my diploma as he retired a year before I graduated.
His presence will certainly be felt when GSU and 'bama tee it up on the gridiron in 2010.
RIP, Dr. Langdale...
July 13, 2009
I was a student at Georgia State University from 1978 to 1984. I will always remember him waiting to greet students mornings in Sparks Hall. I know he was a very decent gentleman. He loved his students and the university. Georgia State will never be the same without him.
July 13, 2009
I was a student at Georgia State University from 1978 to 1984. I will always remember him waiting to greet students mornings in Sparks Hall - he always had a smile on his face and was genuinely interested in our well being. I knew him to be a very decent gentleman. He loved his students and the university. Georgia State will never be the same without him.
June 10, 2009
I had the great fortune of not only hearing Noah speak at a seminar for GM Sales Executives, but to become friends during the event. All I had to do was talk about classic movies and I became his friend. After the first seminar in 1984, he asked for me to join him the next year for the same seminar. He was a giant of a man with old world Southern manners. I am writing this memorial now because I am watching a movie that he recommended. He was a great fan of Preston Sturges movies. Particularly, he liked Sullivan's Travels. I went online and searched for Noah. That is where I found out that he passed. My heart is heavy and my memories of him a great comfort.
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