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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.
March 8, 2008
Dr. Langdale has been a hero of mine for many years. He was a great Alabama football player, a great educator, and one of, if not the best speaker I ever heard. He agreed to speak to our FCA group in Knoxville back in the 60's when I was an assistant coach at Tennessee, and requested his presence. He did a magnificent job.

I got reacquainted with him a few years ago when we both were recipients of an honor at the University of Alabama. He couldn't go for health reasons, and I brought his award back to him. We spent many lunches together in his home after that, and I always marveled at his intelligence, his vocabulary, and his many diverse successes in life. Though our discussions dealt with many subjects, there weren't many , times that he didn't reflect back to his days at Alabama, his teammates, his coaches, and how much he loved every minute there.

He was a great man who made a positive difference in the lives of many people. May he rest in peace as he joins his beloved wife in Heaven, and may God continue to bless Mike and all of his family and friends. He will be missed.

Bill Battle
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