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John Langendorff

John Clay Langendorff

Wednesday, February 13th, 1963 - Tuesday, May 26th, 2020
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John Clay Langendorff, of Leesville, TX, passed away on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at the age of 57.

Clay was born in San Antonio, TX on February 13, 1963. He held many positions throughout his life developing his trade as a craftsman. Clay was a devoted father and avid hunter. He enjoyed endless shenanigans with his grandchildren, fishing on Sunday morning, a cold beer and a good jug of whiskey. As the self-proclaimed “Mayor of Leesville’ countless people gathered around the round table for his charming storytelling and contagious laughter. Clay was master of his trade, often taking on difficult or challenging projects at work and around the house. He was a spiritual man dedicated to his wife and helping anyone in need. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and all who knew him.

Clay is survived by his wife Heather Langendorff, children Kelsey Brazle; Johnnie Langendorff and Molli Broadway, three grandchildren; Corey Brazle, Texas Clay Broadway and Claylee Broadway.

Friends and family are invited to attend a memorial service Saturday, June 6, 2020 in Leesville, TX. The family is grateful for the condolences but prefers not to receive flowers and donations.
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Will McGehee Aka WillBob

Posted at 12:23pm
This was a unexpected place to leave you a message Crash. I never will forget you and I will hold my nickname you gave to me. Love you Pal! Rip
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Glorie Georg

Posted at 04:23pm
I had a blast with you through all those times when we were growing up. You helped me become an avid hunter, a beer drinker, whisky chasing southern girl that cherishes her family. You meant so much to me and my family. You will be truly missed by us down here on God's green earth, but you are forever in the Holy land with our loved ones. You were an honest, hard working, friend, cousin, brother, father, grandfather and this is just not going to be the same without you. We are going to live our lives down here until we see each other again. We will do our best to love each other they way you always did. You left many friends
behind and lot's of love. Godspeed. hold on tight to my Birdie.

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