OBITUARY

Shannon Leigh (Murray) Langlotz

February 10, 1970March 3, 2019
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Shannon Leigh Murray Langlotz, 49, wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend peacefully passed away Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 at her sister’s home in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Shannon was born on February 10th, 1970 in Charleston, South Carolina to Alan and Sherrill Murray.

Shannon was a 1988 graduate of Princess Anne High School then attended Radford University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business in 1992. At Radford University, Shannon was a proud, active collegiate member of Sigma Kappa and learned to truly embody the sorority’s core values: personal growth, friendship, service, and loyalty. Even after commencement, Shannon participated in sorority reunions and took initiative daily to exemplify the principles instilled in her. She constantly aspired to personify the ideals of womanhood. Always seeking personal growth, Shannon was a breast cancer survivor who, even in illness, selflessly strived to make her home a haven to raise her children alongside her husband. She gave the gift of friendship to every person in her neighborhood. When her children were young, she became a member of Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPs), where she demonstrated service to her community and incorporated the teachings of Jesus Christ into the development of her children. She additionally worked as a teacher assisting children with special needs. Finally, Shannon’s loyalty extended unconditionally towards every family member, coworker, and friend she knew.

Shannon is predeceased by her father, Alan Adair Murray, grandmothers Lurenna Pearl Murray and Helen Phylis Kennedy and grandfather William “Bill” Murray.

She is survived by the love of her life and husband, Ronald A Langlotz III, their three precious children Ryan Langlotz 18, Emma Langlotz 16 and Noah Langlotz 14, her mother Sherrill Murray Kennedy, mother-in-law Barbara Smith, sister Kirstin Murray Caldwell, niece Cassandra McMechen Caldwell, sisters in law Amy Weis and Jaimie Hall, nieces Soulie Babar, Charley Hall, Jahni Hall, nephew Jalyn Garner, and countless family and friends.

Always timelessly stylish and classy, Shannon wore an infectious smile which lit up her dark brown eyes -- strong and bold just like the coffee she and her husband loved in the mornings. To remember Shannon’s warmth and sweetness, add a shovelful of love to your next hot beverage, take a sip, and be filled to the brim with her peace.

In lieu of flowers, donations are encouraged on Shannon’s behalf to: • Maddie’s House: https://www.soberwomeninrecovery.org/ • Susan G. Komen of Maryland: https://komenmd.org/

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 9, 2019
  • Committal Service Thursday, March 14, 2019
REMEMBERING

Shannon Leigh (Murray) Langlotz

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carolyn webb

March 12, 2019

my heartfelt condolences mr ron and his family may god continue to keep you and your family in his loving arms at this difficult time god bless r.i.p mrs shannon

Coral Pross

March 8, 2019

I can remember meeting Shannon when our boys were little and she was going through her treatment for cancer. I thought there is an amazing, strong, fearless, woman. She would be on the sidelines cheering on her children, I wanted to cheer for her. Then a few years later, I remember seeing her again at Homestead- Wakefield elementary school working with the students that had special needs. She was always so kind, helpful, and patient. I will always remember her beautiful smile, and her kindness. I am so very sorry for your loss, I know how much she will be missed. Our deepest condolences and prayers.
The Pross Family,
Coral, Damon, Keegan, and Brayden

Monica Ward

March 8, 2019

Ron, Ryan, Emma and Noah,

Words cannot express the immense sorrow that I have for each of you and your extended family with the passing of Shannon. Not only was she a wonderful and loving. wife, mother, daughter and sister, but she was a beautiful, sweet and fun-loving friend to me. From first meeting Shannon when Ryan and Evan became friends in elementary school, she has been one of my closest and best friends ever since. I envied Shannon from the first time we met. She was part of such a beautiful family and was so sweet and bubbly all the time. I’ll never forget the laughs, and cries, we shared together as friends. Shannon is so loved and will be sorely missed. My heart goes out to all of you. ❤️

With Much Love & Sympathy,
Monica

Hannah Pugaczewski

March 7, 2019

Despite never knowing Shannon, I know she had to be a wonderful mother just by seeing the way her children have turned out. Her love for her children is very clear to see and I am thankful her memory will always live on. She is an angel among God now, but I am sure she was an angel among us on Earth as well.

Jewel Higgs

March 6, 2019

Dearest Langlotz family, I am so sorry about the loss of Shannon. I met Shannon for the first time when Ryan and Skylar attended the Fallston 8th grade spring formal together. I was blessed to get to know your whole family through Skylar and Ryan's friendship. Shannon was always so welcoming and kind to Skylar and our family. Shannon was kind enough to allow Skylar
borrow her bathing suit one summer so Skylar could go swimming with Ryan. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do, please don't hesitate to reach out. Shannon is now at peace and you have all gained a guardian angel. God bless! Love, Jewel, Chris, Skylar and Christopher Higgs

Staci Magee

March 6, 2019

Ron, Ryan, Emma and Noah,

We are so deeply saddened by Shannon's passing. We loved living next door to your family and watching you all grow up. Shannon loved all of you dearly and would want you to continue on with your sports, activities and all the other things you enjoy! We were blessed to have known her and are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. Remember the good times! Please let us know if you need anything! Much love, The Magee family Ray, Staci, Jessica, Lexi and Caitlyn

Dannielle & Doug Ellington

March 6, 2019

Dear Langlotz Family,
I remember the first time I met Shannon, it was at the Fallston Rec, on the field. She walked up to me with her beautiful smile, introduced herself and it felt like I had known her for a long time. Our younger children would run around on the sidelines and play while the older children were on the field. It was always fun to run into her at various places in Bel Air. The heart that Shannon had for others is a rare gift to the many people who had the privilege to know and be blessed by her. My your memories of Shannon live in your hearts!

With Sympathy,
The Ellington Family
Doug, Dannielle, Steven, Kevin and Kristen

Cheryl Patterson

March 6, 2019

Shannon had a beautiful smile, a big heart and was beautiful inside and out :) She always greeted you with a loving hug and made you feel welcome. She loved life and any room she walked into would light up. She truly loved her family and it showed. She will be missed, but will hold on to that beautiful smile and charm of hers. God Bless all of you. May God keep you close to his heart and give you strength. Here for you always, love you all very much!

Stacey Moore

March 6, 2019

I will never forget catching the bouquet at your wedding. The secret smile she gave me as I sat down to get the garter put on me was priceless.
You both were my friend no matter how long a time between speaking or how long the distance.
You will be missed Shannon.
My heart is with you Ron 💕💕

Todd & Denise Ford

March 6, 2019

To Shannon's Family,
We will never forget Shannon's beauty, heart, and strength. She was surely, one of a kind. We are forever grateful that we were part of the privileged to know her. Our conversations on the sideline at Fallston Rec as well as our fun filled shopping sprees at Macy's are just a few of our favorite memories. She will be missed beyond measure by so many. Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers are with you all today and all of the days going forward.

Sincerely,

The Ford Family
Todd, Denise, Josh, and Jake

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Biography

Shannon Leigh Murray Langlotz, 49, wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend peacefully passed away Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 at her sister’s home in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Shannon was born on February 10th, 1970 in Charleston, South Carolina to Alan and Sherrill Murray.

Shannon was a 1988 graduate of Princess Anne High School then attended Radford University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business in 1992. At Radford University, Shannon was a proud, active collegiate member of Sigma Kappa and learned to truly embody the sorority’s core values: personal growth, friendship, service, and loyalty. Even after commencement, Shannon participated in sorority reunions and took initiative daily to exemplify the principles instilled in her. She constantly aspired to personify the ideals of womanhood.

Always seeking personal growth, Shannon was a breast cancer survivor who, even in illness, selflessly strived to make her home a haven to raise her children alongside her husband. She gave the gift of friendship to every person in her neighborhood. When her children were young, she became a member of Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPs), where she demonstrated service to her community and incorporated the teachings of Jesus Christ into the development of her children. She additionally worked as a teacher assisting children with special needs. Finally, Shannon’s loyalty extended unconditionally towards every family member, coworker, and friend she knew.

Shannon is predeceased by her father, Alan Adair Murray, grandmothers Lurenna Pearl Murray and Helen Phylis Kennedy and grandfather William “Bill” Murray.

She is survived by the love of her life and husband, Ronald A Langlotz III, their three precious children Ryan Langlotz 18, Emma Langlotz 16 and Noah Langlotz 14, her mother Sherrill Murray Kennedy, mother-in-law Barbara Smith, sister Kirstin Murray Caldwell, niece Cassandra McMechen Caldwell, sisters in law Amy Weis and Jaimie Hall, nieces Soulie Babar, Charley Hall, Jahni Hall, nephew Jalyn Garner, and countless family and friends.

Always timelessly stylish and classy, Shannon wore an infectious smile which lit up her dark brown eyes -- strong and bold just like the coffee she and her husband loved in the mornings. To remember Shannon’s warmth and sweetness, add a shovelful of love to your next hot beverage, take a sip, and be filled to the brim with her peace.

In lieu of flowers, donations are encouraged on Shannon’s behalf to:
• Maddie’s House: https://www.soberwomeninrecovery.org/
• Susan G. Komen of Maryland: https://komenmd.org/