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April 21, 2008
Dr. Lagdale was a great man at the helm of an educational instituition dragged into prominence through his sheer will. I will always cherish his cheerful greetings to all of us in the halls.

He truly embodied the GSC/
GSU spirit. He is missed and loved by many.

Phil Yorston BBA '67
April 2, 2008
I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Langdale while he was using our home nursing service. He quickly became a celebrity around the office and with our nurses. One quote he always would tell me sticks out in my mind: "Non ti scordar di me" which means "do not forget me" in Italian, 1 of the 4 languages he spoke. He made a lasting impression with nearly everyone on our staff and will sincerely be missed.
March 29, 2008
Very sad to hear the news today as I read Georgia State Magazine. While I was attending GSU and working on my BS in Biology with a minor in Chem and Philosophy I had the honor of meeting Dr. Langsdale who was very pro-student. As co-President of the Mortar Board, an honor society, there were opportunities to converse with the then President of GSU. He retired after 31 years the year after I graduated in 1988. I will always remember his as a very kind and gentle giant of a man. He is responsible for what GSU is today as a leading university in urban studies and a top ranked business school. - JP Saleeby, MD

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March 13, 2008
I will truely miss Doc i had the pleasure of taking care of for 4 yrs. the maxiam nurses will truely miss him.
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