Dennis Wayne Langley
January 6, 1956 – September 18, 2020
Dennis Wayne Langley was born on January 6, 1956 and passed away on September 18, 2020 and is under the care of Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services – Portland.
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Dennis Wayne Langley
September 28, 2020
One of my many favorite memories of Dennis is the year I turned 16. Dennis went above and beyond to make sure he made not only my birthday the best, but he started the week leading up to my birthday by surprising me with a gift everyday. Every day he was so excited to surprise me. Every gift had so much thought into it , and I loved every single one of them. I’ll never forget that year. I’m most sad about the fact that our relationship didn’t continue and that we didn’t stay close. I never got the chance to tell him how much I appreciated him being my father figure. I never felt like a “stepchild “ . In his eyes, I was HIS daughter. Sometimes he was overly protective of me and as a teenager, it drove me crazy, but now I understand why, and that this is what a FATHER does. I’ve always loved you Dennis and always will. Till we meet again, RIP. ❤️
September 25, 2020
Dennis was a good man, I am beyond grateful that I got the chance to get to know him over the last six years or so & grateful that I was fortunate enough to have spent a little time just sitting in his car talking with him Just a few days before his passing. I think of him and picture his charming smirk and have no doubt that his memory will live on in anyone who had the pleasure of being his family or friend.
September 24, 2020
After I moved from Sebago I thought of Den so many times. Our laughing together, watching him work on projects, him clearing off our cars from snow and warming them up for us, all the shoveling he did, cooking for us. Most of all I remember sitting side by side, talking about life. He’d always share his snack with me and the cat. I loved Dennis and will so miss his laugh. I’m glad his suffering is over but I will miss him forever. 💕🦅 Holly
Vicki St. Pierre
September 23, 2020
1-6-56. - 9-18-2020
Mr. Langley passed away unexpectedly at Bridgton Hospital. Mr. Langley ￼was born in Portland Maine, but traveled all over this beautiful country. He loved to drive anytime anywhere no matter sun, snow or rain he was always ready to go.
Mr. Langley was a carpenter by trade and one of the very best. Never settling for second , each and every detail had to be perfect or the job was not complete and that is what made him the very best. Even later in life when his hands weren’t the best he was the first to offer a helping hand. One of Mr. Langleys proudest moments was when he put down the bottle for the last time, he stayed sober until the day he passed.
Mr. Langley has a huge heart full of love for his family and friends Especially￼ his great nieces and nephews and his four legged family .
Mr. Langley was Predeceased by his mother Virginia M. McDan￼￼iels , father Norman C. Langley . Leaving behind his only child Dawn Daigle , his loving sister Vicki St. Pierre, brothers Roy, Norman Langley ￼Jody Wakefield. Four grandchildren Paul , Casey, little John and Abby, several nieces nephews, great nieces and nephews and a huge extended family.
Please join us on October 10, 2020 for a celebration of life for our beloved father, brother, Uncle￼ and friend at Casco Alliance Church On Rt. 302 in Casco for 10 am 1pm. All are welcome.
Rip Uncle Den you will be forever in our hearts and thoughts. Each day will not be the same with out your smile. We will always miss and love you always. Until we meet again.