Norvell-Langhorne-Obituary

Norvell M. Langhorne Jr.

Richmond, Va, Virginia

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Uncle Norvell was such an amazing gentleman ~ always put family first! The Langhorne reunions are where I best remember his smile and love. He'll be dearly missed by all of us! All our love to Aunt Alice and family!
Love,
The Hurleys, Merckes, Shoemakers and Friedbergs

Janet, I was deeply saddened to hear of your Dad's passing. Every time I went to the Crossings to visit my Mom, Maurine Houff (your old neighbor) I would often see your Dad and stop to chat briefly. Always a kind word for everyone. May you find comfort in all your wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time!

Janet and family. I was fortunate to have worked with Norvell at Seaboard back in the 1970's and early 80's on a regular basis. He was one man who had "integrity" and whatever he told you it was the gospel truth. I saw him a couple of times after he retired and he always had a warm smile and a good handshake for me. God bless you and yours and remember we are praying for you. Randy & Linda Whatley

Norvell, You will be so missed, Truly a Southern Gentleman. . . . a one time Barber, Diane Wheeler

Mrs. Alice and family,
I remember Norvell from when I joined the Downtown Jacksonville Lions Club back in 1986-87. He was so jolly and his smiles were beaming when talking about his dearest Alice and family. Am sure all will miss him dearly and have everlasting wonderful memories to cherish forever.
Please accept my deepest sympathy at this sad time and so grateful that you shared his passing in the Jacksonville newspaper.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Rosemary D. Hines
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A "true southern gentleman & salesman at heart" truly captures Mr. Langhorne. He was so gracious and enthusiastic at The Crossings at Bon Air in our early days of "filling up." I will truely miss my converstions with him. My thoughts and prayers are with Alice and the family.
Jill Kuslits

Thinking about ALL of you who are unwillingly having to say goodbye to our dear Norvell. I'm so glad that I got to see him & Alice on my last trip to Richmond. This great gentleman, Norvell, never failed to honor my visits by taking Helen, Bruce, & me out to lunch or dinner each & every time that I visited my family. I'm sure you ALL miss him terrible. Me too. Love to you ALL.

We shall all miss him....

I knew Norvell in high school and graduated in the same class with him. He was a great person.
Deep sympathy to his family and God Bless.

William Tatum

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Norvell Maurice Langhorne, Jr.Richmond, VANorvell Maurice Langhorne, Jr., 89, died at home in Richmond on March 30, 2013. Born in Richmond, he lived in Raleigh 1960-1964 where he represented the Atlantic Coast Line RR as General Agent. In May 1983, after 41 years with ACL and successor railroads...

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