Dennis L. "Denny" Langdon

The Wyoming State Champion 4-H Judging team of 1950 placed second in the National Junior Livestock Judging contest.  Left to right are: Coach S.E.
The Wyoming State Champion 4-H Judging team of 1950 placed second in the National Junior Livestock Judging contest. Left to right are: Coach S.E. "Si" West, Jim Reed, Kenneth Freeman, Denny Langdon and Carla Mill.

(October 20, 1934 - May 26, 1973)


The Lusk Herald
May 31, 1973


Denny Langdon Dies in California

Denny Langdon, a former resident of Lusk died Saturday at Northridge, Calif. Mr. Langdon, a grandson of Mrs. Vida Langdon of Lusk, had undergone brain surgery in March after being in ill health for some time.

Funeral service was held Tuesday, at Van Nuys, Calif. Memorials to the Cancer fund have been requested by the family.

Mr. Langdon was born October 20, 1934, the son of Eldon and Ila Langdon. The family lived on a ranch south of Van Tassell and Denny attended grade school at Prairie Center. He attended Lusk High School, graduating with the class of '52.

He worked for the telephone company in California returning here in 1964 and 1965 when he lived for a while on the Seegrist place. He moved to Denver working again for the telephone company and then transferred to California where he was working at the time of his death.

He is survived by his wife Elaine, two daughters, Dana and Diana and one son, Michael; his mother Ila Langdon, Van Nuys, Calif. and one sister Mrs. Clyde (Peggy) Vernon.








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