Janet R. Lang
1931 ∼ 2021
Kirby Buchenan Holmes of Sandwich MA wrote:
I am sorry to read of the loss of your Mom. I have many fond memories being at your house during our high school years. My prayers are with you.
Paul Logan of Cotuit wrote:
Janet and Ray were such wonderful fans of the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod Baseball League. I always enjoyed conversations with both of them and they generously supported the organization over the years. RIP Janet.
Betty Lou Chant of lancaster, PA. 17603 wrote:
Janet was a dear friend when we served on the St.Mary's Altar Guild, ECW, and played Bridge together. She will be missed by her Family and all who knew her. Our sincere sympathy. Betty Lou and Peter Chant
maura tapley of marietta ga wrote:
Janet was generous with her love, her smiles and her laughter. She was genuine and made you me feel comfortable. Janet was loved and admired by everyone blessed enough to know her. Heavens got an angel. Sending smiles back at her :)
Carolyn Finch of Humarock wrote:
Sending prayers to the Lang family. I remember the Langs as if they were family when we all grew up together. Now Bill and Joyce are united with their friends!! Cherish the memories! Carolyn Coulter Finch
Tom & Gayle Carper of Macomb wrote:
Ray & Brenda and extended family Your mothers life experiences and interests, local government, skiing, golf etc, I am sure make her someone I would have enjoyed meeting and getting to know. Top that off with having a son like Ray and his wife Brenda, it sounds like a life well lived. Great memories I am sure. Tom & Gayle Carper
Dorothy Simpson of Yarmouth MA wrote:
Janet was a great gal, a good friend, and I will miss her. God Bless. Dot
Patti Gledhill-Hall of Hubbardston, MA wrote:
Sandy and Sue, I am sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. I only knew her through you both, but she seems like an amazing mom and woman. Please share my condolences with you brother and sister. With greatest sympathies, Patti.
Deborah A Jancek of CARLISLE, MA 01741 wrote:
Janet was so much fun! When I was about 6, she brought me a Simmons College sweatshirt! She was the first bride I ever saw walk down the aisle with a big smile, rather than a demure look. Janet was not demure. Her reception was at Waushacum, and bathing suits were our formal dress. At another cousin's wedding, she asked my then boyfriend, Joe, if "this gave him any ideas?" It did. At our wedding, Janet was there with her older kids, and the same big smile! One last thing: when Cousin Dawn and I were about 11, Janet invited us to her apartment near the Colonial Press where Ray worked. She made us cream puffs with hot fudge sauce! Dawn and I felt so grown up! And, so impressed that Janet could make such an amazing dessert. I heard from her this past December as usual, with her Christmas card, sending blessings. God bless you, Janet. I love you, and you will always be in my thoughts.
Donna Bell of Falmouth wrote:
Ray and I are so sorry for your loss. We are sending prayers to all members of the family. She was a very lovely lady and will surely be missed.