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In Memory

Donald Langdon

Donald Langdon

Rotonda West, Florida

Donald Ray Langdon, 72, of Rotonda West, Florida, died Tuesday morning May 7, 2019. Funeral services will be held at Fellowship Church, 140 Rotonda Blvd. West, Rotonda West, Florida.

Born in Angier, Don was the son of Vilas Langdon and Lena Holland Langdon. Don lived most of his life in Raleigh. He was a 1965 graduate of Enloe High School and then served in the U.S. Army from 1966-1968. After business school, Don worked for Harmon Volkswagon. Throughout his life, Don sold new and used cars and once was part owner of an automobile dealership.

Don is survived by his wife of 52 years, Pat McClellan Langdon, his son Donald William (Billy) Langdon of Raleigh, and many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to the Veteran's Administration.

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05/09/19 02:47 PM #1    

Everett Scott


I’ll alway remember Donald throwing fast balls for Leon Byrums playing little league. Know him and Patsy for a long time, good people.

He will be missed.






05/10/19 06:16 PM #2    

Jo Ann Cooper (Barton)

Don was my date for the 6th grade class dance at Emma Conn Elementary School.  He wasn't a boyfriend, but just a sweet, sweet friend.  We both wanted to attend the dance, but I didn't have a boyfriend and he didn't have a girlfriend, so we just went together.  Neither of us could dance when we were sixth graders, but it was a fun night and a memory I will always hold close.  RIP, Don.  You were always a very kind and caring person, and I expect Heaven has welcomed you with loving and open arms.  My thoughts and prayers are also with Patsy and Billy.  I know this is a terrible time for both of you.


05/11/19 02:18 PM #3    

Rick Wall

Donald  Langdon , an old and treasured friend, a great sense of humor. You are missed. Patsy and Billy, may the Lord comfort and hold you in his arms. RIP Donald.

05/12/19 04:40 PM #4    

Ron Moxley

I remember Donald as having quite a sense of humor and as being very congenial to everyone. It's not surprising that he excelled in the sales profession later on. I am saddened by his passing, as I always am when a classmate dies. Condolences to his family and those closest to him.

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