ARNOLD “ARNIE” CHESTER LANGEL

 

from the Liberty County Times                                                                             Jan. 9, 1975

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ARNIE LANGEL SERVICES JAN. 2

 

   Arnold Chester (Arnie) Langel, 75, retired farmer and rancher from Rudyard, died at the family home December 28.

   Funeral services were held at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Rudyard, Thursday, Jan. 2, at 2 p.m. A memorial has been established to the

Liberty County Hospital in Chester.

   Born in Bloomer, Wisconsin, March 26, 1899, Langel spent most of his life in Montana.

   He married the former Helen McCann in Havre December 26, 1921. She survives him. Also surviving are sons, Duaine, Chester,Richard, Jeny, and Stanley, Rudyard; daughters, Mrs. William (Lucille) Miller, Salem, Oregon, Ms. Lillian Frank, Lewistown, Mrs. Lloyd (Audrey) Kaercher, Havre, Mrs. Robert (Katherine) Brandt, Hingham, and Dorothy Ann Langel, Rudyard; 40 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren; a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Arnold F. (Mice) Langel, Rudyard; sisters, Mrs. Hayes (Tracie) Starks and Mrs. Clifford (Dorothy) Hodgson, both of Mesa, Arizona; and brothers, Robert, Henry, and Ted, all of Rudyard. One son preceded him in death.

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from the Havre Daily News                                                                                       Jan. 3, 1975

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ARNOLD C. LANGEL RITES HELD

  

   Our Saviour’s Lutheran church in Rudyard was the scene of funeral rites on Thursday, Jan. 2, at 2 p.m. for Arnold Chester (Arnie) Langel.

   Langel, 75, a retired farmer and rancher from the Rudyard area, died at his home Dec. 28.

   Pastor Wayne Pris conducted the funeral services. Sharon Spicher was the organist, and Walter Woods and Orville Solum were the soloists. Songs were, “In The Garden,” “How Great Thou Art,” and “Nearer The Cross.”

   Pallbearers were Ken Langel, Eugene Langel, Albert Langel, Clyde Brandt, Dave Phifer, and Marvin Miller. Ushers were Roger Langel, Billy Langel, Bob Brandt, and Gary Brandt.

   Burial was in the Rudyard cemetery.

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