Tommy D. Langston, 50, of Springfield, Ohio passed away in his home.
Tommy was born July 10, 1970 in Henderson, Kentucky. He served his country in the United States Marines. He enjoyed working with his hands doing things like building smokers, gardening and canning. Tommy loved to cook.
Tommy is survived by his mother Goldie (Edwards) Brown; his wife, LeAnne (Bishop) Langston; his daughter, Haley Oxford; his son, Dylan Langston and 3 granddaughters; his sisters, Beverly (Tim) Reisinger, Susie (Rodger) Hogan and Brenda (Terry) White; several nieces and nephews and his mother and father in law, Martha and David Bishop.
He is preceded in death by his father, Tommy Langston; his sister, Teresa and his infant brother, Kevin.
Due to the restrictions of the Covid-19, we will be following the guidelines set by Governor DeWine's office. The use of face masks is required.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 in the Lifenet Christian Fellowship. In addition, Live Stream will be available on the Vernon Funeral Home Facebook page starting at 10:45 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Tommy's memory to the Lifenet Christian Fellowship, 142 Dellinger Road, Urbana, Ohio 43078.
Family being served by VERNON FUNERAL HOME, Urbana, Ohio.
Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.vernonfh.com.
Nathan - Jul 27, 2020
So sorry for your family’s loss when he started at dole he always was smiling and always greeted me was very cool guy! Rip man!!!!! Crazy news to learn
Chris Townsend - Jul 27, 2020
So very sad o hear this news. Duane was one of the most solid friends a person could every have. So much fun to be around, mischiveous, yet a true friend who always had your back. Some of my fondest memories of growing up in Dixon have Duane in them. I pray he knew how many of us truly loved him. I wish we could drag race through the middle of Dixon one more early morning. When you get where you are going please look down on us with a smile on your face and joy in your heart dear friend.
Dr. E Carolyn Brown Tucker - Jul 27, 2020
Dixon was a fun place when Duane was here! He was a charmer, a smart guy, and a physical speciman full of .mischief! We are so sorry for your grief and loss. May God fill the empty space with love.
Tammy Wilson - Jul 26, 2020
Duane was a very dear friend. We were classmates. But more than that, even though we are practically the same age he was by marriage, my Uncle Duane. He took a lot kidding for it. Years pass and you grow apart. Live happens and one day you find yourself right back where you left off. Speaking like not a day has passed. We had so much to catch up on good and bad. But he always made the bad seem so small. Good was all I ever saw In Him. Now I’m sure gonna miss those calls. He was something special. God bless You Duane. You will be missed. Prayers for the Family and Friends.
Jim & Judy Hanor - Jul 26, 2020
So sorry for your loss. He is Judys cousin and I knew him when he was a young man. He and My youngest daughter were friends when they were in their teen years.
Terri Nonnemaker - Jul 25, 2020
I will always remember Tommy as an awesome guy who loved with his whole heart, and of course, made some of the best salsa ever! He will be missed!!
Leslie McKeehan Winstead - Jul 25, 2020
So sorry to hear this. Tommy was a classmate and I always remembered him fondly. Thoughts and prayers for family.
Janice Brown - Jul 24, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember him as that handsome young man who could charm anyone with that smile. God bless you all.
David Anglin - Jul 24, 2020
Thinking of your family 🙏
Clint Rich - Jul 24, 2020
Duane was a great guy and I hate to hear this. My prayers are with the family.