Bruce Langenbach
FUNERAL HOME
Kenosha Funeral Services - Kenosha
8226 Sheridan Rd.
Kenosha, WI
Bruce Langenbach

1959 - 2014

Bruce Langenbach, 54, of Brown Deer passed away on Friday, April 25, 2014.

Bruce was born on Sept. 10, 1959, in Kenosha, the son of Gerald and Carole (Hammergren) Langenbach. He was educated in the schools of Kenosha, graduating from UW-Parkside. He was a self-employed computer software engineer for many years. His hobbies included computers, and spending time with family and friends.

Survivors include his mother, Carole Langenbach of Kenosha; brothers, Kurt Langenbach of Kenosha, Neil (Cory) Langenbach of Pleasant Prairie; and nieces, Kylie and Chelsea Langenbach. Bruce was preceded in death by his father, Gerald, and step-mother, Helen Langenbach.

A greeting time with the family will be held on

Saturday, May 3, 2014, at Kenosha Funeral Services from 10 to 11 a.m. with funeral services to follow at

11 a.m. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Diabetes Association would be appreciated.

Kenosha Funeral Services & Crematory

8226 Sheridan Rd.

Kenosha, WI 53143

(262) 652-1943

http://www.kenosha-funeral-services.com
Published by Kenosha News on Apr. 30, 2014.
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I met Bruce through my then boyfriend (we all lived in Kenosha, went to UW Parkside and all moved to Milwaukee) and later husband Mike Sabby. He was a good part of our lives and we 3 enjoyed going to the Star Trek events in Milwaukee. We 3 also when to record stores and computer stores where he and Mike search for rare music/LPs and the newest electronic gadget. Bruce love the unique electronic music and a new "find" made him smile as he talked about what he liked about it. He and Mike talked about music, computers, star trek and ferrets endlessly. His ferrets were his babies. His eyes would shine as he watch them scurryI have very fond and happy memories of Bruce and I am sad I haven't seen him since my son's funeral. It was great to see him then with that great smiles and shining eyes. I will truly miss him and wish I could have attended his funeral said until we meet again.
Peggy Fumo (Sabby)
May 14, 2014
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