Jane Whitlock Langston
June 21, 1927 – July 15, 2020
Jane Whitlock Langston, 93, Fern Park, FL, went to heaven on July 15, 2020.
Born June 21, 1927 in Carthage, NC to Benjamin Franklin Whitlock, Sr. and Katie Pearl Whitlock.
Jane worked the longest as a Mom. She was an Editor for the General Accounting Office in Washington, D.C. Jane and her husband Jim traveled to 49 states and Europe. They loved the mountains and snow skiing. After retiring, Jane and Jim became expert vegetable gardeners. Jane loved to sing in the choir. Jane and Jim were active Elon University Alumni for 60 plus years. Jane truly loved fried shrimp; but not coconut shrimp.
Jane was preceded in death by her son James “Jimp” Marvin Langston III and her husband of 64 years James “Jim” Marvin Langston Jr.
Jane is survived by her daughter Linda "Chip" Davies Tubbs, son-in-law Richard Tubbs and granddaughter Heather Davies Deyrieux.
Jane will be buried in North Carolina with her family, when it is safe for everyone to travel.
Condolences may be offered at https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/winter-park-fl/jane-langston-9263404
Celebration of Life in North Carolina at a later date...
Jane Whitlock Langston
August 1, 2020
Linda, you resemble your Mom and she was a beautiful woman. She raised a wonderful daughter. You know that someday you will have a happy reunion with not only her, but your Dad and brother as well. Those will be happy times. You know that your Mom is no longer suffering and she is at peace.
Love, hugs and blessings,
July 29, 2020
LInda, your Mom was a beautiful lady and we all know that no one loves us like our Mother. I know your heart is heavy now, but you have a reunion in heaven awaiting you. Knowing that your Mom is pain free and released from her earthly boundaries must be a relief for you; and I hope it is of comfort knowing that others care. God bless you, Richard and all your family.
Love, hugs and blessings. Dianne
July 25, 2020
So sorry to learn of Jane's passing. Jane and I shared an office at GAO. She helped train me when I was first hired. We worked together to edit many reports. She was always cheerful and pleasant, and I really enjoyed working with her. We kept in touch for many years after she left. My condolences to her family.---Diane Isabelle Reinke, Silver Spring, Maryland
July 18, 2020
Jane was my Mama Jane! I loved her so much and always made me feel loved! What s special lady! She told the best funny family stories! Her children and husband were her world! She will be missed and always remembered!!
July 17, 2020
Jane was a very fun and loving person. She had some of the best one liners.
Please, share a story or something you remember about her.
We love you and miss Momma Jane!
Richard Tubbs (Linda Carol's husband)