Mark Corcoran LANGDON

Omaha, Wisconsin

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Kathy and Tom,
Tried to post to you earlier but somehow couldn't get it to work. Please know our prayers have been with you in the past few weeks. Wish we had words to comfort you but know nothing can ever begin to replace your loss. You are forever in our prayers.
Love, Rich and Katie Cattey

Kathy and Family,

My deepest sorrow for the loss of Mark. I will keep all of you in my prayers. May Mark rest in eternal peace. God bless you all.

Your cousin-

Dear Langdon family:
Mark was one of my students at Augsburg, and I remember him as a bright young man who was full of energy and enthusiasm. Bless you as you remember him.

I wish I had words to lighten your agony but sometimes there are no words. Please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Tom and Kathy, we are so sorry to hear about the loss of your son Mark. You have been in our thoughts and I will keep you in my prayers.

Dr. Tom and Family,
My prayers and sympathy are with you. A sudden and young death is so hard - but find some peace in knowing that Mark is just fine now. He is with his Creator and knows first hand what we only know in Faith - death is not an END but a big and wonderful CHANGE.

Dr Langdon and family, please accept our deepest sympathy during this truly sad time. May
the Lord continue to give you strength. God Bless, Joey and Tracy Kangas

Mark will live on in the hearts of everyone who loved him.
I am so sorry for your loss. May all the love that surrounds you give you strength. With deepest sympathy....

Deepest sympathies - Dr. Don Fangman and family


Mark's Obituaries

September 13, 1990 - December 7, 2012 Omaha, NE Preceded in death by grandparents: Madeline Corcoran, Dr. Robert and JoAnne Langdon. Survived by parents, Dr. Thomas J. and Kathy Langdon; brothers: T. J., Patrick, Joe, and John Langdon; grandfather, Eugene Corcoran and wife Judy; aunts and uncles;...

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