Raymond & Margaret Lang are together again in their forever home with their Lord and Savior.
Angels came for Margaret January 16, 2018 after the loving care of her husband. She passed away at the age of 83. She joined her oldest son David, her six siblings, and leaving her surviving children Dale and Linda Delcamp (MT) , and her last three siblings June, Penny, and Lloyd Long. We all know Margaret for her kind spirit, love for her flower garden, passion for God and her family. Her incredible creative talent when it comes to sewing beautiful quilts or painting amazing landscapes. She was an inspiration of love.
Raymond R. Lang met Margaret in heaven on June 13, 2021, just days shy of 92 years old. Joining his seven siblings and leaving his surviving sister , Verna Mae Schaff (CA) and his two daughters Merry (Steve) Haydon (OR) & Kristee Lang (MT). Ray’s love for God, his wife, family, garden and his community was apparent to all who met him. Ray too was known for his selflessness and kindness, as well as his dedicated service to the Air Force.
Ray and Margaret married one another on August 4, 1979 in Mile City MT, knowing they were soulmates from the moment they met. Combining their passions and families, they deeply cherished their 5 children, 13 grandchildren, & 18 great grand children for the next 42 years. The two went on many adventures around the USA for eight years together. Successfully publishing Margaret’s book, “Gramma’s stories & rhymes for little Christians”. After all those years on the road, they had decided it was time to find their forever home in the best place left on earth...Cooperstown North Dakota. Ray started Vibrauson, and managed the recycling center for years as well as his endless list of accomplishments for the Cooperstown community. At this time Ray too finished his own book, “Celestial Alliance, the new dispensation” in 2017. After a proud 65 years of research and writing, it was finally ready for college library‘s, local organizations and one for every person he met.
Ray & Margaret will forever be cherished and remembered by their community, loved ones, and associates from around the world.
Future details to come on their local Cooperstown Memorial, a celebration of both their lives. This event will be held on August 4, 2021, which would have been their 42nd wedding anniversary.
As Margaret stated, “ Don’t be sad when we are gone, for we are home. It should be a party not a funeral.”
In honor of Ray and Margaret Lang they requested that any and all donations can be made to:
Cooperstown Bible Camp
11776 3rd street SE
Cooperstown ND 58425
Ray’s final words
“Let the world know, GOD IS LOVE!”
“The impact of one life”
When a stone is dropped into a lake, it quickly disappears from site – but its impact leaves behind a series of ripples that broaden and reach across the water. In the same way, The impact of one life lived for Christ will leave behind an influence for good that will reach the lives of many others. – Roy Lessin