OBITUARY

Nancy Ruth Langley

December 20, 1948September 14, 2021

Nancy Ruth Langley, age 72, of Livonia, Michigan passed away September 14, 2021. Loving mother of Kristen Langley, Amy (Ross) Perich, Sarah (Shaun) Smock and the late Brian & Melissa Langley. Cherished grandmother of Christian, Weston, Hudson, Kellan and Eli.

Nancy worked for 36 years with Ford Motor Company up until her retirement as an Executive Driver. Nancy was known for her independence, joy for cooking, love for animals, and making memories with her family.

Visitation will be Friday, September 17th from 5pm-9pm a Harry J. Will Funeral Home, Livonia. The Funeral Service will take place on Saturday, September 18th at 11am (in state 10 am) also at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions in honor of Nancy are appreciated to the American Cancer Society or the Wounded Warrior Project.

Please share condolences or your favorite memories of Nancy in the guestbook below.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, September 17, 2021

  • Visitation

    Saturday, September 18, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, September 18, 2021

Memories

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Greg Davis

October 5, 2021

Nancy was a beautiful person to work with. Wish I had known about her passing sooner. Our prayers and thoughts go out to her loved ones. God bless you Nancy, you’ll be in our prayers.

Ann Knittel

September 25, 2021

So sorry to hear of Nancy's passing. She was a dear friend inside and outside of work. We shared many laughs and stories. She
will be remembered for the gift she gave taking the veterans to
the Washington memorial. My brother-in-law was one of those veterans. Enjoy your ride in heaven Nancy! God Bless!

Ann Knittel

Billie Whittaker

September 19, 2021

Nancy worked with me at Ann Arbor VA. She helped so many Veterans. She touched so many hearts. She will be sadly missed. She loved her family & was so happy to have her grandchildren. I have many fond memories of her. We had fun going to a tiger game & out to lunch. My prayers are with her family. Rest In Peace my friend.

Lucy Lussenden

September 18, 2021

I am so sorry to learn of Nancy's untimely death. I knew Nancy during my years at Ford World Headquarters. She drove my boss to the airport several times. Nancy was fun to be with. We socialized a little after work and after my retirement. I'll miss Nancy. My condolences to her family.
Lucy

Helen Stribling

September 17, 2021

I met Nancy through my husband (Levell) , they worked together at Ford Motors for a number of years. Nancy was a good friend, so much so my family affectionately call her wife-in-law. When my husband was ill Nancy was my rock, my eyes and ears when I couldn't be at the nursing home and when he passed she was there for me until the day she died. I will truly miss her. Nancy loved her children (Amy, Sarah and Kristen) and her grandchildren. That road trip we were planning will have to take place in Heaven. RIP in peace my friend.
Love you

Patricia Roberts

September 17, 2021

I had the pleasure of knowing Nancy for several years. We met on a motorcycle ride and she has been my little sister ever since.
I will miss our boat rides, our lunches and being a biker babe with her.
Nancy loved her beautiful daughters and grand babies.
She loved volunteering at the VA and would go out of her way to help them in anyway she could.
Nancy, you will be missed.
Rest In Peace Little Sister

Jane kinzinger

September 16, 2021

I met Nancy through her volunteer work at the VA. She wanted to help Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 310. I was liaison for the group that we called "Friends of VVA 310" and she joined our group. I always enjoyed our conversations since we had both worked at Ford Motor Company. She helped with several of the VVA 310 Pig Roast fundraisers. She was a paid up "Friend" when the group dissolved 1/2017 and became AVVA 310. She was a sweet and lovely woman that we lost much too early. Bless her as she rests with the Lord.

Carol Jeffery Henson

September 16, 2021

So very sorry to her of Nancy's passing. We lived a few blocks from each other and went to Jr. High School and High School together. I use to get in trouble because when we walked home from school I often stayed at her house for a little while and watched her play piano. I just told my husband this story 2 days ago!
Rest in peace.

Carol Henson

Doug Groh

September 16, 2021

Nancy, it was an accidental meeting when we both screwed up the time to arrive at Dan Hurd's funeral luncheon at Baldo's.
We shared memories and kept in touch often late in the night.
Thank you for being you. I'll miss our talks

Rest in peace dear friend.

Doug Groh

Thomas Pokladowski

September 16, 2021

Nancy & I volunteered together at the Ann Arbor VA. She was a treasure who always went out of her way to take care of the vets. She will be missed. May she rest in peace.
Tom Pokladowski