Thomas-LANGLOIS-Obituary

Thomas Paul "Tom" LANGLOIS Sr.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

1930 - 2021

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Of St. Paul, MN was called home by the Lord on January 10, 2021. He was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on July 13, 1930 the son of Louis and Clemence Langlois. He was preceded in death by his brother and sisters Helen Miller, Agnes Clymer, Andrew Langlois and Audrey Connolly. He is survived by his...

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Dear Langlois Family, I have very dear memories of Paul and all of you. My folks were friends with Paul Sr and "Betty" and I remember coming to West St Paul to visit after you moved there in the 70's. Obviously his light shines on in the hearts of all those he met and helped throughout his long life.

Steve, Paul, Jenny and the entire family. My heart is with you during this difficult time. Know that hearing you Dads name brings back nothing but the best of memories. Baptizing Nolan, Steve´s Warehouse, and many intimate conversations. As you all know he was really special.

Betty and family, It has been many years since I have seen you or Tom, but I do have memories of a wonderful couple, devoted, loving, and of service to many. It sounds like Tom continued in the giving of himself for others and has touched so many lives. I shared being a Godparent to Sam Stevens with Tom many years ago. Life goes by so fast and in the blink of our eyes we are in our later years of life. I think to know Tom is with the Lord must be such a comfort for you even though I am sure...

Dear Elizabeth, Ann, Aimee, Steve, Bob, Tom, Paul, and Jenny Our hearts go out to you in the passing of your dear Tom. He was an important man in our life and we will cherish his memory always. We were honored to have him as godfather to our son Sam, and he baptised several of our kids. We are grateful for the times of life and laughter we shared. May you be comforted as he watches over you in the presence of the Lord. Here's a throwback photo from 1985 celebrating Sam's birthday.

I was so lucky to have Uncle Tom in my life, I have always looked up to him. He was a man who accepted everyone as they are, no judgement.His sense of humor , love of his family and faith, made him an example of how to live your life. I will miss him.

We are so sorry for your loss. Tom was special.

To Elizabeth and family, I was saddened to hear about Tom passing away. He is part of my earliest memories, family outings at Cursillo events, gatherings at Torre De San Miguel, and later in North Branch, hiking over to church from the lake and seeing Tom and Elizabeth. The lines in this song come to mind: "We are one in the Spirit, we are one in the Lord, and we pray that all unity may one day be restored. And they'll know we are Christians, by our love, by our love." This was so...

I'm so very sorry for your loss. From the things Aimee has shared, I know Tom was a very loving and caring person and will be sorely missed.

An iconic father and wonderful friend of my family´s for years. He leaves behind a true legacy.