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Audrey (Bokla) Langford

1927 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Langford Audrey (Bokla) Langford, passed away peacefully on March 11, 2017, in Orient, Ohio. She was born in Sheho, Saskatchewan, Canada, on March 27, 1927, the daughter of the late Elmer and Lena (Oshanek) Bokla. In 1948, she married Stewart Langford in Hamilton, Ontario, and in the mid-1950s they moved to Southern California with their young son and daughter. Years later, Audrey lived in Las Vegas, Nevada, before moving to Ohio in early 2013. She is preceded in death by her husband Stewart, daughter Patty, and brother Mervin. She is survived by her brother, Bill Bokla and his wife, Jean, who live in British Columbia; their son, Bill, daughter, Nancy, and their respective families, also live in Canada. Audrey is also survived by her son, Don, and his wife, Marlene, and their son, David, in Orient, Ohio. Audrey grew up in Sheho, Saskatchewan, and Hamilton, Ontario, with a love of music, especially big band music. She later played piano and organ and hosted wonderful Christmas and New Year's parties in California with talented musicians, friends, and family members. She cared for others, was a devoted and supporting mother, and had an outgoing and friendly personality that made it easy for others to become her friend. During her last three years of life, she lived with her son and daughter-in-law in Orient, Ohio. The family is grateful to the many professional and warm-hearted nurses, doctors, and aides with OhioHealth Hospice, who assisted Audrey in her final months. Following cremation services by KAUBER-FRALEY FUNERAL HOME of Pataskala, there will a private interment in Las Vegas, Nevada. In lieu of gifts or flowers, the family requests that interested individuals support OhioHealth Hospice.

Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Mar. 16, 2017
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