Norman Clarence Langley Jr.

January 22, 1946April 24, 2021

Portland, ME- Norman C. Langley, Jr., passed away unexpectedly at Maine Medical Center in Portland, ME, on Friday, April 24, 2021.

Norman was born on January 22, 1946 in Portland, a son of Norman Sr. and Virginia (McDaniels) Langley. He was drafted into the Army to bravely fight on the front lines during the Vietnam War. He also worked for several years as an appliance repairman for Day's Jewelry Store in Portland. He later worked at Hancock Lumber in Casco and Jordan's Meat in Portland up until the company sold. Norman had a playful spirit about him and a devious laugh that left no doubt in his mind that he was getting the best of you and, of course, the reaction he wanted. He had his special chosen friends and family. You “know” who you are. Affection was not shown in the obvious manner but his kind gestures and willingness to always lend a helping hand was always there. For those of you who stood by his side all these years, thank you! You gave him your time, friendship, love and patience even when he was “cranky”! His heart was much bigger than anyone could see and if you were one of the chosen, it was because you gave back to him and he was grateful. Connie Richards was Norman's companion for over 30 years and they were the best of friends. He loved Connie and her family and please know that you are all one of his “chosen”. Our family is grateful that you've always been there for him and for all that you've done to keep him “under control”.

Norman was pre-deceased by his parents and his five brothers. He leaves behind his significant other of over 30 years, Connie Richards and her family; sons, Norman C Langley III, George Drew and daughter Laurie Allen; sister, Vicki St. Pierre; brothers, Roy Langley and Jody Wakefield along with several grandchildren, one great-grandchild, nieces and nephews.

A private graveside service will be held at Maine Veterans Cemetery in Augusta at a later date. Please visit to sign Norman's online guest book.


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Norman Clarence Langley Jr.

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Randy Wakefield

May 5, 2021

Roy and Jody so sorry to hear of your brothers passing.

Eric Thibodeau

April 29, 2021

Norman was a great guy he will be missed .he'll aways have a place in heart. Sorry for your family's loss .
RIP Norm until meet again my friend 💙

Richard Hutchins (Stickles)

April 29, 2021

My dearest old friend,
The times you and I spent together as teenagers were very precious to me. I am saddened by the courses our lives took, which caused us to be separated.
I know no one knows of me, but please be assured Norman and I had a friendship that will never end. God willing, I will see Norman in the resurrection that is just ahead of us.
Until then, God's speed, my brother!!!