Audrey Ann Langslet

Long Beach, California

May 16, 1928 – Jan 6, 2018


Audrey Ann Langslet Audrey Ann Langslet, our loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 6, after a lengthy illness. Audrey lived life to its fullest, never declining a challenge or an adventure, and believed each day was a...

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Very sad to hear of Audrey's passing. My mom worked with Audrey on numerous committees and affiliations. I got to know her and the Langslet family through my pal Lori who lived a couple houses down on the canal and my sister who was in the same grade as Julie. I know she will be missed.

Audrey's commitment to our community, her passion for helping others, and her 40+ years of service to the children at LBDN is truly an inspiration. Her legacy will live on in the many children that have, and will continue to, benefit from the lifetime of love she poured into improving and supporting the programs that impact their young lives. We are inspired by her selfless dedication and committed to ensuring her compassion for our youngest community members continues on in our service at...

Always a beautiful women inside and out. A real class act with a heart of Gold. So sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace and comfort for Bob, Julie and Craig.

With love from Your old nieghbor on the canal,

Audrey epitomized the very meaning of graciousness and was a beautiful woman. She was a classic example to emulate, and we are fortunate that she touched are lives in a personal way. Bob, we hold you in our thoughts and prayers,

Audrey was a Lady in the true sense of the word. She brought joy to many with her good works. Bob, you are in our prayers.

Randy and Barbara Stricklin

Thank you for your help on the aids walk in 1989 fondly Patrice.

Blessings to Bob and whole family. Audrey was a treasure.

I was so saddened to read about losing Audrey from our midst. Audrey and I worked together for many years on issues relating to homelessness and mental health. She had no fear when working with staff to explore the haunts of people living on the streets or under bridges. As with everyone she met, Audrey spoke with total respect and concern, no matter what one's station in life was. The accomplishments of the Mayor's Task Force and subsequent Commission are in evidence today as a result of...