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Our eyes flood with tears, love with each one shed
Souls ache, when we can not run from death.
Recalling every moment
Reserving spaces in our minds
Assuring every memory
Will live on through out our lives
In a time,When we can not run from death
Cherish every moment, with the best intent.
Create another memory with smiles and a laugh
Itís all that we can do,
When we can not run from death.
-Anna Jean Lang Holmes
Through My Eyes and In My Heart
In Loving Memory Of: William C. Lang (grandfather)
Our last conversation clings to my soul.
Your wisdom and unconditional love, Guide me daily.
This is my Grandfather William C. Lang , We had a great relationship . He totally understood me on every level. Out of all my family members he believed in me the most . At every opportunity he taught me something new . He had a way of peeking my interest in a subject and teaching me in a non condescending way. He never spoke to me as If I was a child , he often told me that I had an old soul. I am thankful he was a part of my life.
Dedicated in loving memory of my Grandfather
william C. Lang Born Dec. 13, 1917, he was the son of James and Isabelle Lang. Mr. Lang was a retired chemical engineer with General Tire and Rubber Company in Akron.He was a graduate of Colorado School of Mines. He was also a master mason.
Survivors includes sons Jim of Wooster and Bob of Newark; daughter Jenni Otterson of Belle, Fla.Three grandchildren:Anna Jean Lang Holmes , Elizabeth Lang , Hunter Lang; four great-grandchildren: Frederick c Holmes Jr. ,Erica Jean Holmes, James William Holmes and Rebecca Faye Holmes and brother Archie of Sandusky.
Graveside services will be held at Standing Rock Cemetery at 1 p.m. Saturday. Arrangements were made by the J. Henry Stuhr Funeral Chapel in Mount Pleasant, S.C.