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LANG, Kevin G.

    Tribune-Democrat, Unknown Date, Contributed by Sharon Trosan

Name:   LANG, Kevin G.
Death Date:   12 May 2020
Age:   47
Newspaper:   Tribune-Democrat
Contributed by:   Sharon Trosan
Remarks:   LANG – Kevin G., 47, Mount Hope (South Fork), passed away at home with his family by his side, May 12, 2020 after a courageous battle with cancer. Born April 23, 1973, in Johnstown; son of Glenn W. and Lois L. (Reighard) Lang. Preceded in death by father, paternal grandparents, William and Virginia (Lang) Glacken; and maternal grandparents, Roy and Bertha (Bourdess) Reighard. Survived by mother, Mount Hope; loving wife of 25 years, Kimberly A. (Cook) Lang, Mount Hope; daughter, Cara, engaged to Ryan Wilson, Nashville, Tennessee; brothers, Terry, married to Denise (Homola), South Fork; Rick, married to Wendy (Martinage), South Fork; sister, Sherry, wife of Joel Russell, Mount Hope; and numerous nieces and nephews. Kevin was a member of Mount Hope United Methodist Church. He was a graduate of Forest Hills High School, class of 1991 and earned a bachelor of science degree in technology education from California University of Pennsylvania. Kevin had a passion for teaching. As a technology education teacher for the Forest Hills School District for over 25 years, he sought to uphold the Ranger motto: “Excellence is the Tradition.” He was extremely talented and loved working with his hands. He was happiest in the company of family, friends, and his dogs; and enjoyed traveling, hiking, biking, and attending Pitt Panther football games. He was proud of his daughter and loved boasting about her accomplishments. Kevin was someone you could depend on, someone you could lean on. We will forever cherish his fun-loving nature and embrace in our hearts his beautiful and amazing spirit. Due to public health concerns visitation and services are private. Committal, Mount Hope Cemetery.

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