Gary Allen Langsdorf

langsdorf 5-2016Gary Allen Langsdorf, 65, passed away on May 3, 2016 in Houston, TX. He was born on April 9, 1951 in Duluth, Minnesota to Innes and Alvin Langsdorf. He is survived by: his wife, Dorothy; daughters, Nicholl (and husband Charlie), Chloe (and ex-husband Michael), and Savannah; brothers, Ken (and wife Joanne) and Richard (and wife Naomi); grandchildren, Christopher, Ashley, Elizabeth, Dylan, Lily, Violet and Olivia; and numerous family members and friends.

Gary worked as a meat cutter for Kroger for 35 years. He was a gun enthusiast and enjoyed golfing with his friends. He loved oldies classic rock and spending time outdoors.

A memorial will be held on Thursday, May 12th at 7 pm at Crowder Funeral Home 111 E. Medical Center Blvd. Webster, TX 77598.

4 comments

  1. Dorothy and Family,

    My family and I want to express our condolences to you and the girls. As you know, Gary was like family to us and it meant so much whenever we could spend time together.
    It was a blessing when I first met him in the 80’s because I didn’t know that our friendship would grow to my family and friends. He has been the foundation of our relationship and was the one who kept our group together. Without him, we would not have had our guy trips which were what I would call, all classics. He had his famous sayings that were passed on to many of us such as, listen to me once, believe me twice.., I feel you but I can not reach you.., to make a long story longer to name a few.

    Thank you for your love to him and being by his side.

    We will miss him greatly.

    Robert, Debbie, Ember, Marina, and Natalie

    Robert Alonzo
  2. Dorothy,
    Robert said it all so well… Gary was the center of our circle. His strong voice, his perfect delivery of humor and his kind heart were just a few of his wonderful attributes. We have so many great memories and as I talked to the other guys this week everyone of them said the same thing. “What a blessing it was to have Gary in our lives”. “Gary was one of a kind”.
    We will all miss Gary so much but he will live on in our hearts and minds. His voice will forever live in my head. Please lean on us all for anything we can provide.
    I will sign off as only Gary would,
    Over.

    Luis Benavides
  3. Dottie & girls, I am so sorry to hear of Gary passing on, but just remember he is now in a better place… in Heaven without pain. Dottie, you are one of the strongest ladies I have ever known!! God Bless you!

    Kellie Powell
  4. I loved Gary so much. His friend from Kansas. He was always the kindest man. He will be missed soooo much. Wish I could of seen him one more time. It was 1976 that I knew him but never forgot his LOVE FOR LIFE. SO SORRRY TO THE FAMILY๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

    Patrici Rice

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