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Norman L. Langlois

May 13, 1925 - May 9, 2012
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Norman L. Langlois, age 86, of Horicon, died Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at Marvin”s Manor in Waupun. Visitation for Norman will be at the Murray Funeral Home in Horicon on Friday, May 11, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM. Funeral service will follow at the funeral home on Friday beginning at 2:00 PM. Rev.Continue Reading

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Becky Hoefs left a message on May 14, 2012:
I will miss seeing Norman around Horicon. We could always look forward to seeing him at the Legion Boys games & tournaments each year. A hot dog, diet pepsi, good baseball game & he was happy. His sense of humor reminded me of my grandfather, which was heartwarming. My condolences to you & your family.
ice cream station left a message on May 14, 2012:
we don''t learn everyones name and we never knew normans. but we watched him walk by often. and he often stopped in for a vanilla scoop. norman sometimes shared a quote or saying with us. a nice guy. rest in peace, norman
Becky Hoefs left a message on May 14, 2012:
I will miss seeing Norman around Horicon. We could always look forward to seeing him at the Legion Boys games & tournaments each year. A hot dog, diet pepsi, good baseball game & he was happy. His sense of humor reminded me of my grandfather, which was heartwarming. My condolences to you & your family.
ice cream station left a message on May 14, 2012:
we don''t learn everyones name and we never knew normans. but we watched him walk by often. and he often stopped in for a vanilla scoop. norman sometimes shared a quote or saying with us. a nice guy. rest in peace, norman
Dave Parker left a message on May 13, 2012:
My wife Anne and I will miss Norman and the friendly visits we had with him. Norman was my dad''s cousin, and we enjoyed hearing him tell of the times that he spent with Grandpa Hochschild in Horicon. He was a gentle spirit, and I was impressed when I looked up the battles his ship was in the middle of, at Okinawa in WW2.
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Dave Parker left a message on May 13, 2012:
My wife Anne and I will miss Norman and the friendly visits we had with him. Norman was my dad''s cousin, and we enjoyed hearing him tell of the times that he spent with Grandpa Hochschild in Horicon. He was a gentle spirit, and I was impressed when I looked up the battles his ship was in the middle of, at Okinawa in WW2.
r g sharkey [the big shark] left a message on May 11, 2012:
MY SINCEREST CONDOLENCES TO RON AND JENNIFER AND ANY OTHER SURVIVORS OF THE LANGLOIS FAMILY. DON''T RECALL WHEN I FIRST MET NORMAN BUT USUALLY BIKED BY HIS HOME AND WOULD SEE HIM GROOMING HIS JOHN DEERE LAWN. THEN I WOULD SEE HIM AT THE EAST KWIK TRIP AND I USUALLY GREETED HIM AS "THE WILD FRENCHMAN." I RECALL THAT HE DID A LOT OF WALKING, ESPECIALLY TO THE KWIK TRIP. WE WOULD EXCHANGE PLEASANTRIES AND LEARNED THAT HE SERVED IN WWII. HE SEEMED TO ENJOY TALKING ABOUT HIS EXPERIENCES DURING THE WAR. HE IS A MEMBER OF THE GREATEST GENERATION AND APPARENTLY LIVED A FULL AND PRODUCTIVE LIFE.THIS PAST DECEMBER, AFTER RINGING THE SALVATION ARMY BELLS AT THE EAST KWIK TRIP, THE WILD FRENCHMAN CAME OUT OF THE KWIK TRIP STORE W/SEVERAL HEAVY BAGS OF GROCERIES. HE HAD WALKED TO THE STORE AND THERE WAS NO WAY I WAS GOING TO LET HIM WALK HOME LUGGING THE HEAVY BAGS SO I OPENED THE BACK OF MY CAR AND DIRECTED HIM TO PUT THE BAGS IN THE BACK AND I WOULD DRIVE HIM TO HIS HOME. HE GLADLY ACCEPTED MY OFFER! ALTHO I HAD SEEN NORM SEVERAL TIMES, BUT NEVER WITHIN SHOUTING DISTANCE, I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER OUR SHORT DRIVE TO HIS HOUSE. THE PICTURE LOOKS LIKE THE ONE THAT I WANT TO REMEMBER HIM. TRULY HOPE THAT THE WILD FRENCHMAN WILL MEET SOME OF HIS BUDDIES IN HEAVEN. HE WAS A TRUE FRIEND!!!!
r g sharkey [the big shark] left a message on May 11, 2012:
MY SINCEREST CONDOLENCES TO RON AND JENNIFER AND ANY OTHER SURVIVORS OF THE LANGLOIS FAMILY. DON''T RECALL WHEN I FIRST MET NORMAN BUT USUALLY BIKED BY HIS HOME AND WOULD SEE HIM GROOMING HIS JOHN DEERE LAWN. THEN I WOULD SEE HIM AT THE EAST KWIK TRIP AND I USUALLY GREETED HIM AS "THE WILD FRENCHMAN." I RECALL THAT HE DID A LOT OF WALKING, ESPECIALLY TO THE KWIK TRIP. WE WOULD EXCHANGE PLEASANTRIES AND LEARNED THAT HE SERVED IN WWII. HE SEEMED TO ENJOY TALKING ABOUT HIS EXPERIENCES DURING THE WAR. HE IS A MEMBER OF THE GREATEST GENERATION AND APPARENTLY LIVED A FULL AND PRODUCTIVE LIFE.THIS PAST DECEMBER, AFTER RINGING THE SALVATION ARMY BELLS AT THE EAST KWIK TRIP, THE WILD FRENCHMAN CAME OUT OF THE KWIK TRIP STORE W/SEVERAL HEAVY BAGS OF GROCERIES. HE HAD WALKED TO THE STORE AND THERE WAS NO WAY I WAS GOING TO LET HIM WALK HOME LUGGING THE HEAVY BAGS SO I OPENED THE BACK OF MY CAR AND DIRECTED HIM TO PUT THE BAGS IN THE BACK AND I WOULD DRIVE HIM TO HIS HOME. HE GLADLY ACCEPTED MY OFFER! ALTHO I HAD SEEN NORM SEVERAL TIMES, BUT NEVER WITHIN SHOUTING DISTANCE, I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER OUR SHORT DRIVE TO HIS HOUSE. THE PICTURE LOOKS LIKE THE ONE THAT I WANT TO REMEMBER HIM. TRULY HOPE THAT THE WILD FRENCHMAN WILL MEET SOME OF HIS BUDDIES IN HEAVEN. HE WAS A TRUE FRIEND!!!!
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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