“I first met Don through his daughter Lisa back when we were in high school. He was always at every flag and band competition. There are 2 things that stand out the most about Don one being his kindness and two his generosity. one time at Christmas Don brought over this little snowman holding a rack of stockings and each little stocking had the name of my family members. We put that out every year. He will be greatly missed. Sandy, Pam, Lisa and Michael we are here for you and love you all...
“Not saying Good Bye but See you later...Don was one crazy funny man who always made me laugh with tears coming down from laughing so hard...You were one amazing talented man with your hands...I also have to say a very GOOD FUN father!! You will be very missed and I promise to always watch over your baby pam...
To the family: I am and will always be here for you if you need anything One phone call away ?
“I had the pleasure of meeting Don through his daughter Lisa. He was at every flag competition and Band review. Very supportive of his children. My foundest memory is going camping with the Langdons. Best memory was Don bringing over his Christmas Wood Workings of a snowmsn hold stockings with the names of my family members. I love you guys and my family and I are here fof you
“Love you Uncle Don....tell my grandpa & grandma hello we love you & see you all again someday.
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Don Mackwell Langdon, of Lemoore, went home to our Heavenly Father, on Monday, July 1, 2013.Don was born in Snowmack, Oklahoma, on August 29, 1939 to Calvin and Ruth (Looney) Langdon. The Langdon family moved from Oklahoma to Stratford, CA. Don attended school in Stratford and graduated from...Read More