Richard Henry Langford, Jr, 52, of Bennett, passed away from complications of surgery, August 7, 2017 at Select Specialty Hospital, Davenport. There will be a Celebration of Life held on Saturday, August 12, Cedar Valley Park - Shelter #3 at noon, followed by a luncheon. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made out to Fry Funeral Home. Online condolences may be shared at www.fryfuneralhome.com.
Richard was born on March 26, 1965, in Trenton, Michigan to Richard Sr. and Barbara (Clark) Langford.
Richard enjoyed spending the majority of his time with his nieces and nephews, who he loved as if they were his own. His favorite words to hear were, "Hey Uncle Ricky", which usually meant, could you make your taco salad or take us somewhere. He loved music (Pink Floyd), debating politics and anything and everything else he could, and all sports, with his favorite players being Joey, Abbi, Haylee and Will.
Surviving Richard are his sisters, Debra Clark, Susan (Jim) Bradley-Mote and Tonia (Danny) Vasquez; nieces and nephews, Beni (Keith) Butler/Clinkenbeard, Kylee (Billy) Heister and Joni (Garrett) Thompson; great nieces and nephews, Joseph and Abbi Butler, Crista Portelli, Haylee and William Heister, Compton and Brooklyn Thompson. He is also survived by Allen (Charlene) Clark, Wanda (Jack) Smith and several cousins and adopted nieces and nephews. Richard was preceded in death by his parents.
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I will miss you, I felt as if you were a kindred spirit! Was always hoping we would get to meet in person.My prayers are with your family.
richard was my friend, we talked a lot about many things , i admired his intensity and unwavering patriotism for his country. he will be sadly missed.
So sorry to hear of the loss of Richard. He was a very caring person. Enjoyed visiting with him many times when he would come in with his cell phone. Prayers for all.
I did not get the honor of meeting my little Brother Ricky in person, however we had phone talks about music, life and sometimes even politics if I was willing to listen without laughing :) I will miss you Ricky