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Emery A. Langlois

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Emery Aldei Langlois, 83, of Humarock passed away on July 4, 2018, surrounded by his loved ones. He was the adoring husband of 35 years to Jeanette (Hayden) Langlois. He was the son of the late Romeo and Roseanna Langlois of New Bedford and husband to the late Maria Balbina (Abreu) Langlois of New Bedford. He leaves nine beloved children, Michael Langlois of New Bedford, Andrew Langlois of Elizabeth City, N.C., Edward and Kathy Langlois of Birdsboro, Pa., Angela and "Mac" McCarty of Uxbridge, Celeste Langlois and Randy of Blackstone, McKinley Black of Berlin, Germany, Fred and Kristyne Hayden of Merrimack, N.H., Adam and Nancy Hayden of Weston, Conn., and Daniel and Razia Hayden of Mass. He was a loving Pepere to his 18 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. He was a proud veteran of these great United States, serving time in Germany as a PFC Private First Class. After completing his service in the Army, Emery went back to high school (while working a full time job) and at the age of 29, with a wife and five children, he received his high school diploma. He was extremely proud of that accomplishment. He went on to become a drafter at General Dynamics and worked there for many years. After leaving General Dynamics, he opened several diners (mostly named Emery's) and tried his hand at several other career opportunities. However, he ended up right back at General Dynamics where he retired in 2001 after a combined total of 25+ years. Emery loved spending time with his family and friends, singing, reading, making pizza, cooking and sharing stories in his diners, and most importantly for him, worshiping the Lord. He and Jeanette had great gardens in Duxbury and although he tried, he couldn't repeat his green thumb success on the beach of Humarock. He was one to encourage others while offering a realistic viewpoint and he always loved with his whole heart. While his presence here on earth has ended and the loss of him will sadden many for quite some time, he would want everyone to find strength and peace in the knowledge that he served the Lord in life and he is with him in death. His memorial will be held on Monday, July 16, at North River Community Church, 334 Old Oak Street, Pembroke, at 10:30 a.m. To send a tribute or remembrance to the family, please visit the web site, macdonaldfuneralhome.com.
Published in The Patriot Ledger on July 14, 2018
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