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Dawana Marie Bruck Langdon, 83, of Newnan, Georgia, went to her eternal home with her heavenly Father on Friday, November 20, 2020. She died peacefully in her home surrounded by family.
Dawana was born on August 5, 1937, in Hamilton, Ohio to the late Andrew Frank and Margaret Kiley Bruck. She graduated from Hamilton High School in 1955 and worked at Southwest Ohio Steel and then at General Electric. She married her high school sweetheart, Joseph F. Langdon, in 1958. She and Joe moved to Peachtree City, GA in 1994 where they enjoyed their retirement years.
Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joe in 2014 and her brother Andrew Bruck in 2017. Dawana leaves behind two children, Kari Lumme (Jason) of Newnan, GA and Jeff Langdon (Kelly) of Nashville, TN, four grandchildren, Joshua Lumme (Kate), Erin Chapman (Nathan), Hannah Lumme (Rebecca Johnston), and Jenna Langdon, and seven great grandchildren, Elijah, Kiley and Luke Chapman, Jack and Emily Lumme and Mackenzie and David Johnston-Lumme.
The family will hold a small Celebration of Life Service for family and close friends on Tuesday, November 24th at 3 PM at the home of Mrs. Langdon at 85 Vista Bella Way, Newnan, GA.
The Langdon family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Hwy 54 West, Fayetteville. Messages of condolence may be left at www.GeorgiaCremation.com.
Faye Smith says
I am so sorry to hear of Dawson’s passing. We were in high school together and enjoyed many outings at football games and dances. The heavens are rejoicing with so many of my classmates. Rest In Peace dear friend.
Faye Anderson Smith
Lil Campbell says
Lowell and I have many fond memories of Joe and Dawana trips we all took together as a family and New Year’s and holidays spent together it was a really fun time I owe a lot to them and Dawana‘s parents thanks to them we were able to buy our first house and I will always be grateful for that my most sincere condolences to you she was a very special ladyI
Christine Emery says
To my “Georgia mom”, thank you for filling that “Dawana-sized hole” in my heart! I love you!
Janet Steiger Markoff says
I were childhood playmates on Walnut Street in Hamilton. We made wonderful memoirs for a lifetime, I’ll always remember the twinkle in her eyes and beautiful smile! Rest in Prace with Joe, dear friend!
Linda Buchanan says
I’ll always remember the times when a small group of us neighborhood ladies would get together (usually in Dawana’s driveway) and visit and talk and laugh… or maybe I should say laugh and talk! Everything seemed to be funny when we were all together. We were often reminded of the scripture verse that says, “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine you see.” If that’s the case, we were well medicated and enjoyed every minute of it! What fond memories! Dawana, you will be greatly missed!
On a more serious note… Thank you, my dear friend, for the times after my husband passed away that you held me in your arms and comforted me. You’ll never know how much that meant to me. You helped me through some very hard times! That memory will always be foremost in my mind whenever I think of you, Dawana! I love and appreciate you so much!!!
Patricia Thames says
My heart is still breaking, I can hardly see to write. I am missing you my sweet, dear Dawana. I am so glad that I always told you how much I loved you my Christian sister, and neighbor. You always told me you were my older sister, I would say what ever. I am so Blessed to have had you in my life and I will greatly miss you always, until we meet again.