Rebecca Scarbrough Langford
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Rebecca Scarbrough Langford

Daytona Beach - Rebecca Langford née Scarbrough was born October 8, 1931 in Troy, Alabama. She went home to be with her Lord July 4, 2021. She married her husband John in 1950, and received her school-teaching diploma from what is now Troy University in 1951. Although she did not teach long-term, her loved ones would agree she worked harder, and did more for others, than almost anyone they knew. Her enthusiasm for feeding people was matched only by how much they enjoyed her delicious meals. Dedicated to doing for others; she regularly supported Christian charities, taught Sunday school, and looked after her family, friends, and neighbors. Not one to luxuriate in her easy chair, she made an exception for college football season, with weekends spent passionately following the SEC. She is predeceased by her oldest son Duffy, and her husband of 63 years years John. She is survived by her siblings Ann, Robert, and Peggy; her son Gary Langford and his wife JoAnn; her grandchildren Shawn, Ellison, Kemper, and Foster; and her great-grand-children Estelle and Ainsley. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Cross Over Ministry in Opp, Alabama 334-493-1030.



Published by Daytona Beach News-Journal from Aug. 15 to Aug. 22, 2021.
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Rest in peace, sending thoughts & prayers.
Lisa Peters
August 22, 2021
Oh my, you were much more than a teacher. You were a great example for us to follow. You quietly inspired us to do our best and more. You guided us with lessons carried in our hearts forever. Thanks from all whose lives were touched by your goodness and generosity. Dear Gary and family I am so very sorry for your loss.
Susan McAlister Hambrick
August 22, 2021
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