Dennis Ray Langley, long time resident of Del City, passed away early morning on May 2nd, 2020 at his home, where he had been enjoying living with his grandson, Christopher Langley, for about 4 years.
Dennis was born October 20, 1925 in Atwood, Oklahoma to Harrison and Ruth Langley. Growing up with 3 brothers, Harrison, Edwin and Dwane Langley, he learned to be tough at a young age. After graduating from Arapaho High School, Dennis went on to join the US Army. Where he would serve throughout World War II.
Once returning back to the States, Dennis would begin his career as a truck driver. Ending his time with Clements Foods before retiring. During this time, in 1949, he would marry Zelma Grace. Loving and carrying for her until her passing in 2013, after her battle with Alzheimer’s.
Dennis is survived by his son Gary and wife Nancy Langley of Blair, OK; Grandsons Christopher and wife Janet Langley of Tecumseh, OK, James Langley of Blair, OK and Gary Lucas Langley of Collinsville, MS; great-grandchildren Jordan and Dystani Langley of Tecumseh, OK, Dalton Langley of Newcastle, OK, Emma Langley of Tecumseh, OK, Mary Langley of Blair, OK, and Alex Langley of Collinsville, MS; great-great-grandchildren Gunner and Allyson Langley.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Zelma Grace Langley; parents Harrison
and Ruth Langley; brothers Harrison and
Edwin Langley; great-great-grandson Stryker
Clinton City Cemetery
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