April 10, 1939 – May 10, 2020
Lang was always praised for her humble and kindred spirit. She was born and raised in Can Tho, Vietnam, and gave birth to six beautiful children. We often overlook that being a stay at home mother isn’t that much work, but during her pregnancies, she would search for the nearest water source just to bring fresh water for her family to use daily. Considering how much she had to endure, lugging gallons of water in the humid heats of Vietnam, she never once complained. She always worked endlessly and tirelessly to provide food on the table. When she was 52, she finally came to America. Having to adjust to a new culture and environment, it never changed how she was a person. She volunteered to babysit her grandchildren, and even other children that were not of blood relation. She did not have many hobbies, but she was a huge animal lover. She had raised a dog named Bobby that she received from her oldest son’s friend as a gift for 17 years. After Bobby passed away, she soon turned her attention towards stray cats that often came by through her backyard. She would often leave food out for the cats. Not once had she forgotten to feed them. Even when she was diagnosed with heart failure and was admitted to the hospital, she still remembered to tell her daughter to feed the cats. So rest easy Lang and don’t worry about your cats. Everyone here knows just how much love you put into feeding and taking care of those cats. This was the exact same love you gave to those dearest to you. We love you and will miss you. You will forever remain in our hearts. Rest in peace.