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Max Leslie Langham, November 6, 1942~October 29, 2016

langham-copyMax Leslie Langham went to be with the Lord, Saturday, October 29, 2016, at his home in Fayetteville.  Born November 6th 1942 in Elm Springs to Joe and Katie Langham.  Max worked in the automotive business throughout his adult life.  Max loved making people laugh and time with his family and friends.  He was a loving and fiercely caring husband, father and unshakeable friend to many, as well as an Elder at Black Oak Baptist Church.  He joined the United States Navy and was veteran of the Vietnam War.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Joe and Katie Langham, and his brother Gary.  He is survived by his wife, Glenda Langham, and his son, Josh and wife, Chanda and grandson, Lane Martin, as well as three sisters Joan Coe, Jeanette Laningham, and Neta Marceaux.

Visitation will be held on Monday, October 31st, 2016, from 5-7 pm at Beard’s Funeral Chapel.  Funeral Services will be held at Beard’s Funeral Chapel at 10 am, Tuesday November 1, 2016.  Interment will follow in Kings Cemetery.

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    Janet Kimbel » 30. Oct, 2016

    Dear Glenda and Josh and Family,
    So Sorry for your Loss. I just can’t believe it, Max was a very special Man, loved him so much!
    He made life so much Fun. He loved to make you laugh. I will never forget him.
    Love you All Janet Kimbel

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    Dale and Janet Braudrick » 31. Oct, 2016

    Max was a wonderful person. Dale and I have many fond and funny memories from time spent with Max and Glenda. We will miss him. Our love, prayers and sympathy to the family.
    Dale and Janet Braudrick

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    Michael Rapp » 31. Oct, 2016

    I am sorry to hear about Max. I remember him from the Class of 1960 in Siloam Springs, AR. I remember he was at our 50th Reunion. He was a good person and will be missed by those of us in his class.

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    JoAnn Breedlove » 31. Oct, 2016

    Glenda, I am so very sorry about Max. Please know that you and your family are in our prayers. May God be with each one of you and give you the comfort that only He can today, tomorrow and always.

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    Angela and Phillip McKnight » 01. Nov, 2016

    Glenda and Josh,
    Phillip and I are very saddened to hear of the death of Max. He was such a sweet person and always seemed to have a twinkle in his eyes and a smile on his face. We will keep you in our prayers in the time to come.

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    Fonda Jenkins » 01. Nov, 2016

    Max was the best straight man ever. Sitting around the Sunday School table Max would say something just off the wall and everyone would stop for a second while it sunk in as to what he said and then die laughing. I am privileged to have known him and call him friend and brother in Christ.
    Love you all so much!
    DJ, Fonda and John

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    Nancy Bowen » 02. Nov, 2016

    Glenda and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and hugs are with you all. Just remember the good times and God will wrap his arms around all of you. Bless you Glenda.

    Love,

    Nancy

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    Charlotte Wages » 02. Nov, 2016

    Glenda and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. We enjoyed Max and his sense of humor, a wonderful person to be around. You’re in our prayers.
    God Bless you,
    Gary and Charlotte