Jim Langer

May 16, 1948 – Aug 29, 2019 (Age 71)


Jim Langer, Hall of Fame center for the Miami Dolphins of the 1970s, died Thursday, August 29, 2019, according to multiple news sources. He was 71. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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I went to SDSU with Carrie and met Jim through her. Jim was a true hero, compassionate and willing to help anyone succed.

My condolences to the Langer family, Jim always looked at us with a smile and and a story of a game where he knew the temp on the field and all the little details of a game that happened 45 years ago as if it were yesterday. I was amazed at his memory. But his off field passion was fishing the big muskys on Milleacs and how he enjoyed his kids and grand kids and family. Jim was the most famous person I ever met and when you were with him he made you feel the same. Im Gonna miss you big Jim

Sorry to hear you're passing I enjoyed working for you and being your friend God bless you and your family

I truly loved and respected him. One of the true once in a lifetime guys you'll ever meet. Hurts my heart you're gone. Love ya man.

Jim was a great guy with a great sense of humor. Played town team baseball with Jim my last year at SDSU.

Got to know Jim when we sat together at an SDSU Jackrabbit alumni event. First class, world class man

Jim and I were co workers at a central MN bank after his retirement from football. He had my back on many occasions. We shared time together fishing on a lake we shared cabins on. I can't tell you how much I appreciated his mentoring and gentle guidance during the time we shared together. Jim was genuine, a joker at times, and a very loving and caring person to those who knew him. The football stories he shared about him and Kooch were always full of laughter. God's speed Jim. You made a...

We were classmates at SDSU. I will miss Jim very much. A true professional in every way.