Paul D. Lang

March 25, 1949March 6, 2019


At age 69, Paul David Lang, passed away on March 6th, 2019. Paul was a loving husband and family man and a dedicated working man. A Pittsburgh native, Paul spent his life in the area, graduating from North Hills High School in 1969 and starting his own family and living thereafter in Allegheny County. Paul realized a love of engine mechanics, signed on at the Port Authority of Allegheny County as a mechanic and spent the rest of his career with the organization. He was devoted to his marriage and the wellbeing of his family which shaped the majority of his life.

Paul devoted his life to loving his wife, Jane Elizabeth Carroll Lang, who preceded him in death on October 17th, 2010 after 40 years of marriage. He continued loving her until he could love her no longer. Paul was also preceded in death by his father, Harold John Lang, his mother, Bess Emilie Lang and his son-in-law Jeffrey Lenz. Paul is survived by his brothers Harold (Karen) Lang Jr., Geoffrey (Jane) Lang, his children Kenneth (Melissa) Lang, Elizabeth (Jeffrey) Lenz and David (Lillian) Lang; his grandchildren Maxx Lang, Zena Lang , Ashley Dengler, Sara Lenz, Harold Lang and Rose Lang and his nephews Michael Lang, Alex Lang and Daniel Lang.

True to my father’s love of his wife and his wish that cancer had not taken her from him so early in life, in lieu of flowers, the Lang family would prefer donations be made to UPMC Cancer Centers in the name of Paul David Lang.

Friends may call on Sun. from 1pm – 4pm at the H.P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 1032 Perry Highway, Ross Twp., Perrysville (412-364-4444), where funeral services will begin at 4pm. Online condolences may be offered at


  • Visitation Sunday, March 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 10, 2019

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Sally Force Loving

March 12, 2019

My sincere condolences to Paul's family and friends. He was my best childhood friend, growing up in Pittsburgh. The fun we had!! Riding bikes for hours, exploring the local woods, sledding down the "alley hill" as long as someone stopped cars on Clearview Ave. He was a groomsman in my wedding. We lost touch after his family visited mine at Conneaut Lake in the mid-70s. He was a special boy and a great man!! I have pictures of him somewhere and smile whenever I come across one. I will continue to do so. I hope you will too.

Faith Matous

March 10, 2019

Lang family,

Since I was a little girl the Lang family always filled my heart with love and joy. Your mom and dad always made me feel loved and cared for. It is sad that they were taken from this earth so young. Let’s remember the good memories and stay in touch.

cousin Faith


March 10, 2019

I had the honor and privilege of caring for Paul, as a home care nurse. He had such a kind and gentle spirit about him. Always smiling and laughing, in spite of how he may have been feeling at times. Go in peace, my friend. You are now healthy and happy to live the rest of your life forever!

He is not gone but dad is in your heart and memories forever. You can rest in knowing that you took such good care of him. Always there for him for whatever came up. You always handled things. He knew he could always count on you. You where so loved by dad!

May God bless you and your family,

Denise Walkowski

March 9, 2019

I have taken care of Paul for many years at the Haven.I used to go in his room and have some great conversations.We use to watch The hot rod show when they scoop out the really old nice cars.When he was having a bad day i would sneak him Ice cream.When I was having a bad day he would listen to me.He talked about his family alot.He was a wonderful friend.Even though i am not at the Haven I still made weekly calls only asking about him.I will miss paul dearly.REST IN PEACE MY DEAR FRIEND.