David G. Langness

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August 28, 1953 - April 25, 2010

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Langness, Dr. David G. “Dave”, of St. Charles, MO, died on Sunday, April 25, 2010 at the age of 56. Loving husband of Cynthia NEE: Goulet; beloved son of Gilbert and Helen; devoted father of Michael , Nicole, David Jr., Danielle and Benjamin; dear brother of Steven (Sandy), Ricky and Dr. Kathy Langness; dear son-in-Law of Dale (Bonnie) Goulet; beloved brother-in-law, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend to many.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Steve Willott May 5, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I wanted to extend my condolences to Dani, David, and all the rest of the Langness family. I am so sorry to hear of your loss and wanted to let you all know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Tammy Langness Nagel May 5, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    It had been several years since I’ve seen my uncle or his family. It seems that life just works that way; taking family and friends in different directions – on different paths. I will always remember Uncle Dave as loving man with a sense of humor. He always had a big hug for me when we would all get together at my grandparents house the few times a year they would visit us in MN. Memories of birthdays & other special occassions we all shared together bring a smile when I remember how much he loved his ice cream with fresh strawberries~ To Cindy & my cousins – you will always be in my thoughts and prayers and may our paths cross again someday soon.

  3. margie murphy May 4, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy, Dani and Family, We were both shocked and saddened by the news of Dave’s death. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. If there is a baseball game in Heaven I am sure he is either coaching, watching or playing! Our condolences to your family at this difficult time. Margie, Tom, and Mo Murphy

  4. Rob and Kathy Nelson May 4, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    We were both shocked and saddened by the news of DavidG��+�+�s untimely death. Unfortunately, it has been many years since we have been in contact with Dave but he never was completely out of our thoughts. We have Michael to thank for that. Our sympathies are with the entire Langness family during this very sad time. May your many memories give you comfort.

  5. renee May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    langness family im very sorry for your loss and you are in my thoughts and prayers!

  6. Jim Freiermuth May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I am very sad to see the passing of my old classmate from North St. Paul High School. My condolences and prayers go out to the family. Dave and I wrestled in high school and “hung out” together for several years. Then we lost touch, but I heard Dave joined the Marines while I went on to college at the U of M. I always seemed to run into Dave at the high school reunions, and would enjoy our conversations as we caught up on each other’s lives. In later years I worked with his brother Ricky at Century Circuits and was further reminded of Dave whenever my mother took her dog to his sister Kathy’s veterinary clinic. It was a pleasure knowing you, Dave!

  7. Cathy Garner May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    The memory of Dave’s voice discussing technical issues and the casual loving discussions of his family still ring in the hallways at CEi. His wisdom and love for his family (and the Marines) were the trademark of his character. He was very highly respected by his peers and co-workers at CEi. My heart goes out to all that suffer the grief of our loss …most especially to his cherished wife and family.

  8. Rick Langness May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dave was six years older than I, but once I became an adult and he’d interduce someone to me they usually thought I was the older one. He enjoyed that and I would correct the person, but then let it drop. I have always been involved in Dave’s life and his family they would always welcome me with open arms and loving hearts. Dave’s love of his family showed in so many ways and he wanted me to be a big part of that love which I will always be thankful for. I will miss my brother, but can always see him in his kids as each one shows a little different versions of Dave. As Cindy and the kids all know I am only but a phone call away.

  9. Amy Fournier May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy and Family, Dave was such a pleasure to have at CEi. In a very short time he became a very trusted and impactful employee – a true leader and a committed team member. His calm demeanor in handling situations, his ability to maintain perspective and to relate to others made working with him not just enjoyable, but productive. And while he had a large role to fill, Dave always found time for others – his family, his friends, his interests. He spoke often to all of us about you and the family. It was evident he loved you all very, very much. He will be greatly missed at CEi. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers . . .

  10. Michael D. Langness May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    My dad: my role model. My father is the greatest role model I could have ever asked for, as a man I am proud to have someone so amazing to look up to, to emulate. From him I learned all the qualities that have made me who I am today and he taught me in the best possible way, by example. My dad taught me forgiveness. No one is ever perfect; lord knows I’m not. I remember building a model airplane. it was an a4 Skyhawk, like he flew in the Marine Corps. He waited to allow me to build it once I had the experience enough to do it justice. I messed up; I used the CA glue on the clear plastic canopy. Anyone who’s ever built a model airplane can attest that this results in a cloudy film covering the plastic. The canopy was no longer clear; there is no fixing that mistake. I showed my father my error, more upset with myself then he ever was, I felt I had failed him. He encouraged me to finish, learn from my mistake, and move on. I don’t remember if I ever finished that model but I do remember the lessons I learned that day. Use ElmerG��+�+�s white glue on the clear plastic bits and be able to forgive others as well as yourself. My saying is, “there is a reason that pencils have erasers.” My dad showed me persistence. One winter I went to long beach to stay with him and Cindy, I had been playing basketball in junior high and frankly I wasn’t very good. The only way I was able to play at the games was to shoot free throws for the last 5 roster positions; I made 2 out of 5 at best before that Christmas vacation. My dad took me outside and demonstrated technique and I was to practice over and over. I’m not certain how much out of each day k practiced back then, but the first week after the break I shot 5 for 5 and made a permanent position on the team. With that dedication and the persistence he instilled that month, I proved myself. However, I’m still not very good at basketball, as some may know. My dad showed me patience, a virtue that is a wonder to behold. I particularly remember a trip to the lake in Wisconsin where we attempted to slalom water ski. I have no idea how many times I called out “hit it” just to get drug to the point where it felt like I ingested a gallon of lake water up my nose, letting go, not standing up on that ski. So many times he swung around as I tested his patience that day. Sure he let me try, over and over, until I decided to get the other ski. I never did slalom behind him, though I have on several occasions, but I have developed a sense of patience that many people have told me, “thank you, most others would have given up on me.” I know I probably wouldn’t have blamed him for leaving me in the water that day. As a young kid I used to hide from my feelings, hide from everyone really. I mean this literally; I would hide under a bed somewhere in the house just to avoid being distraught around anyone. My dad would always track me down though. Knowing that he had been chasing me around the house for a while, he wasn’t ever upset. This time in particular he found me outside the on the mound where the flagpole is now, sulking with the neighbors dog, sandy. He sat down next to me; he calmly asked me what was wrong. He wasn’t going to leave until I talked about it. I explained; he listened. In the end he said one thing about it, he didn’t criticize, he didn’t judge, he didn’t fix the problem (it wasn’t his to fix). He just said that’s how that person is, there is nothing we can do, now let’s go inside. I learned that an open ear and the ability to release your feelings to one may not fix the problem but it will allow everyone to understand each other and eliminate alienation, even if it is self-imposed. He taught me love, unconditional love. I know I didn’t quite follow the path that was expected of me when I was a child. I did my own thing, made my own decisions, stood tall, fell flat on my face, you name it, I’ve been to all the ranges of high and low. Even after a very long absence, for whatever reason I have had, he has always welcomed me with loving arms. He has helped me get back on my feet when I finally asked, and trust me, it was the last thing I ever wanted to do. He didn’t judge me then. He just extended himself in a loving manner, in a way that I will always hold myself to, as a father. Mind you, I didn’t always posses these qualities, as a young adult I wasn’t the best of sons but I think I have that figured out now. My pinnacle feat thus far in my life is being who I am today. I am fortunate enough that my dad saw me, as I am now, not 5 years ago. I am very glad that he was proud of what I’ve become, the man he raised.

  11. Matthew Meier May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Coach Langness was a very good coach, he was more than a coach to us, he was our friend… he never gave up on us and always gave us hope to give 110% percent out there on the field… even after a loss of a game he could still congratulate us and make us compete for the next game… He will always me in my prayers and missed very much… he always had alot of faith in me to do better in life and he also had the affect on others that were around him.

  12. Brian Sabo May 3, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dr. Dave flew in to meet myself and Alfred when our buisness was just starting. He was the first person to belive the dream. Therefore, I owe him everything. Semper fi.

  13. Andrew Brodnik May 2, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    The Langness family is in my prayers. God bless and im sorry for your loss

  14. Dennis, Dianne and Chad Carson May 2, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dave coached our son Chad on the North Knights Legion Team last year – we are saddened by your loss. We will keep Dave and your family in our prayers. Dennis, Dianne, and Chad Carson

  15. Chris Boardman May 2, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy & kids, Pat & Helen & family, Words can not express the sadness we feel at your loss. David was so much a part of our family for so many years. Growing up and sharing all that our families did. David met Cindy who has been a very remarkable woman & understanding person when ever David returned home to allow him so much time with every one he knew. Dave will be greatly missed by all who knew & loved him. Our prayers are with you now and in the future. Love always, The Boardmans Elaine, Brad, Chris, Jeff & Greg

  16. Pam Mendez May 2, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Dave was an incredible man. The love he had for Baseball was indeed a great love for him. It showed through the boys..He will be deeply missed this season..Dave is in good hands now and we will all see him someday again soon.

  17. Mary A. Sutton May 2, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy & Family, I was so very sad to hear of Dave’s passing, it was such a shock to me. I recently retired from CEi and worked for Dave during his short tenure there. He was a breath of fresh air and I really enjoyed working for him. He always listened and provided honest feedback. I had the opportunity to meet Cindy and one of the daughters, he was so proud of his family (as family was always on his screensaver- smile). I know that he will be sorely missed, but carried on forever in the hearts of those who truly loved him. You guys are truly in my thoughts and prayers.

  18. Janelle Workman May 2, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dave, it has been a long time, but my memories of you are strong these days. The many Saturdays watching you play football at Augsburg College, the first time I saw you in those Marine dress blues, and the many times I ‘tried’ to beat you at chess. I saw in you a kind and passionate man and a great father. I see from all the tributes you did not change over the years. It is my loss to have not stayed in contact. Rest peacefully and keep a close eye on your family – they need your love and guidance now more than ever.

  19. Linda Reynolds May 1, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dear Cindy and family, I was Dave’s OA on ScanEagle. My most fun memories of him were when we talked about our kids. soccer and baseball. He adored his family !!! God Bless You All…. I’ll keep you in my prayers at this very difficult time.

  20. Brenda Bearden May 1, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dear Cindy, Michael, Nicole, David Jr., Danielle and Benjamin, Your husband and father was a total man. Totally in love with his God; totally in love with his family; totally brilliant in his work; and totally trusted and respected by his colleagues. I know you will miss him and so will we! When God calls a person home, they have no choice but to go. But, the love they have for you goes with them and so, remember, your husband and Dad – he lives and loves from a place not far and keeps a watchful eye over each of you. God bless you all!

  21. Brenda Bearden May 1, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dr. David Langness was my competitor. I worked for Lockheed; he for Boeing. We worked against each other and then he, solely, reached out to share information about techniques that might be helpful as I strove to help Lockheed gain higher performance in its logistics operations. His ‘reach out’ was the beginning of a solid friendship that, even beyond both our careers in the logistics business, held fast. I last saw Dave on April 2, 2010 for dinner in Crystal City, VA. He was absolutely the same as always: friendly, insightful, proud of his family; and happy with his life. As dinner concluded, we walked out onto the corner of 23rd Street and Jeff Davis Highway, gave each other a hug – and I said “Dave, how many times have we had dinner at this same restaurant (Legal Seafood)?” He said, “I don’t know Brenda, but seems to me you like this place.” That was how he was – my recommendations for dinner places; his willingness just to go with he flow. He was such a great gentleman! I loved him as a friend and I will surely, surely miss him! Brenda Bearden

  22. Steve and Sandy Langness May 1, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I can not tell you how much we loved you or how much we will miss you. But I will say last Nov. with the 2 Dave’s was one of the best days of my life and will allways be rembered.

  23. Gina Halterman April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I am so sorry for your loss and hope you can find comfort in family and friends at this time, and after. My time with Dave, although brief, was filled with mostly laughter as we joked about what the day had brought. He seemed like such a good person and one who enjoyed all that life had to offer. He was intelligent and funnyG��+�-� what a wonderful combination! In the time he was employed by CEi, itG��+�+�s amazing how many friends heG��+�+�d made and the impact he had on so many of us. He will definitely be missed. YouG��+�+�re all in my thoughts.

  24. Craig Austin April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    My deepest sympathies go out to Dave’s wife, children and entire family. I knew Dave from work. Dave was a very caring person who always took extra time out of what was obviously a busy schedule to explain the “why” to all of my questions, not just the “what”, as I was learning how Boeing prepared a major proposal for an unmanned systems campaign I was working on with him. Dave was the Capture Team Leader and I was learning from him. I liked his style, his thoroughness, the way he worked with people and his professionalism. We won that campaign. I’ve gone on to become a Capture Team Leader myself and I hope to honor his memory by demonstrating the traits I learned from Dave throughout my career. Semper Fi, Sir

  25. John Hearing April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy, Children, Your father was a great man and will be missed by many. I worked with him closely during the ScanEagle years and got to know him as a kind, dedicated, humble, and sincere man. He spoke often of his family (and his baseball stuff) but hardly ever about his own accomplishments. He was dedicated to doing the right thing, no matter how hard it was and would often remind me of our end goal– to make things better for the Marines (and Sailors and airmen) in the field. I will miss him greatly. John Hearing

  26. Chris Bahn April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy and Family – I had the privilege of knowing and working with Dave, off and on, over the past 15 years. It was truly my pleasure to know him. He was intelligent, witty, tough, straight-forward, and passionate about his beliefs, and about his family. I too had the chance and the honor to play aginst him numerous times over the past several years in the St. Louis MSBL baseball league. Always the honorable competitor…that he was. He will be missed by many. May you always hold on to the fond memories brought your way by your father and husband, and always remember where he now resides (as he smiles down on each of you).

  27. Ron Perkins April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dave, you were always friendly, honest, straightforward, and fun to be around. We will miss you! Cindy, if there is ever anything we can do for you all you have to do is let us know.

  28. Tyrone A. Pollard April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dave, a great man with big heart and alot of wisdom. I would not be where I am in life today without the personal touch of Dave. Thank You Dave for touching my life. Tyrone

  29. Tom Nied April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Just a note to Dave’s family and many friends. I had the privilege of knowing Dave as a great friend and co-worker at Boeing for a long time. This is difficult to write as there are some many things to say around the emotion of this difficult time. For anyone who knew Dave, they would think: energy, intensity, sincerity, honesty, loyalty, and friendly…I am sure there are other thoughts others can add. What impressed me was the drive to be a great dad, husband, co-worker, boss, teammate, and mentor. I can only think good things….meetings during the SRR days, travel to Canada, playing baseball, going to lunch, and the many conversations over careers, the future, and the way things should be. A final thought…it is truly amazing to see all the email that has been passed lately about Dave….it shows how much he touched us all. Tom

  30. mark johnson April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    i am so sorry to hear the news. i loved coach a hole lot he was my favorite coach i ever played for. i feel honred that i was able to be apart of his great coaching and teams since 05. we had our bad years and we learned from them and we also had our good ones that will never be forgotten. thanks to coach dave i am currently playing varsity baseball at my new high school in north carolina. every thing i learned about baseball came from his mouth and i apperciate it so much. in honor of coach dave i have retired all my uniforms that i had when i played for him they will hang on my bedroom wall along with our tropys and team pictures. thankyou coach dave for all that you did for me you will always be in my heart. and i will never forget you or your loving family. thanks again coach

  31. Jennifer and Paul Gerwitz April 30, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    The last time we spoke was during a soccer tournament in North Carolina. Dave was watching his daughter, Dani, play and you could tell he was beaming with pride! Dave was always easy to talk to ~ forthright, honest, funny ~ and we will miss his friendship. Our prayers are with you…

  32. MIchele Brazel, Director of Aerial Targets, Eglin AFB, FL April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    The men and women of the 691 Aerial Targets Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL are deeply saddened by the news of Dave’s passing. His time with our program was brief but his leadership with the Air Force Subscale Aerial Target program through CEi will have tremendous impacts for decades. His calm demenor, care for details and compassion for “getting it right” for our warfighters reflected in every endevor he conducted with the Air Force. He was a true patriot and we will miss him greatly. To his family, we pray for your strength as you endure the sorrow in your hearts but know the joy of his memories will last forever. Respectfully, Michele Brazel, Director 691 ARSS, Eglin AFB, FL

  33. Jeff Robertson April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I loved what Dave brought to CEi: wisdom, terrific insight, and an ability and willingness to share his love for life, his family, and the Marine culture, customs, and history with the rest of us.

  34. Dan McNamara April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Although, I had not spent many hours with Dave, the times we shared had significant impact. I worked with him most recently at a Navy design review just this month. Dave always radiated calm and common sense, making him an important asset to our team and greatly improving our chances of success. His teammates at the Naval Air Systems Command were surprised and saddened by this loss; it will be difficult both professionally and personally without him. On behalf of the Navy, I offer condolences to his family and co-workers at CEi. Personally, I will keep Dave and his loved ones in my thoughts and prayers. Very respectfully, Dan McNamara Captain, United States Navy

  35. Steve Mottl April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Dave was a very dear friend of mine and i will miss him every day. Dave was a United States Marine. A fighter pilot. A father. An executive. A leader. And a spouse. And he was supremely happy and incredibly expert when filling any one of those roles. In my opinion one characteristic that rises above all else was Dave’s leadership. Dave lived a life and let others follow by example. This seemed to carry through every facet of his life. As a husband and father you could see the pride beaming each and every time he was with them or spoke of them. Dave loved life and loved the people in his life like maybe no one else I have ever known. I lost a friend. Dave’s family lost their hero! And who will ever know how much the world has lost. Rest in peace, Dave. The Mottl Family Steve, Becky & Kiersten

  36. Justin Venlet April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Semper Fidelis Marine. Report to your final duty station. Say “hi” to Chesty Puller if you see him. Ooh-rah!

  37. Dirk Graham April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Simper Fi Marine, a great boss, person and Marine you will be sorely missed.

  38. Wayne Smith April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I only had a couple of interactions with Dave over the last year, but he left a very positive impression. The last time we spoke with each other I was with a customer and I jokingly asked Dave if I could borrow his credit card to pay for a business lunch. His reply was, “sure, as long as the bill goes to your home”. To me, Dave was a very personal guy.

  39. Jen Hendricksen April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    From the moment I met Dave, his smile brightened the day. He took the time to encourage others and reduce stresses, often with his quick wit and humor. His presence here will be greatly missed, but I am so happy and thankful to have shared those few interactions at CEi that leave me with fond memories.

  40. Co-Worker April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Of course, there are those who learn after the first few times. They grow out of sports. And there are others who were born with the wisdom to know that nothing lasts. These are the truly tough among us, the ones who can live without illusion, or without even the hope of illusion. I am not that grown-up or up-to-date. I am a simpler creature, tied to more primitive patterns and cycles. I need to think something lasts forever, and it might as well be that state of being that is a game; it might as well be that, in a green field, in the sun – Bart Giamatti The Green Field of the Mind

  41. Rick Rounds April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    While I only met Dave a few times he was a very personable man. I am sorry for your loss

  42. Carl and Joyce DiMaria April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    G��+�+�IFG��+�+� If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you But make allowance for their doubting too, If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies, Or being hated, don’t give way to hating, And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise: If you can dream–and not make dreams your master, If you can think–and not make thoughts your aim; If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster And treat those two impostors just the same; If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools: If you can make one heap of all your winnings And risk it all on one turn of pitch-and-toss, And lose, and start again at your beginnings And never breath a word about your loss; If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew To serve your turn long after they are gone, And so hold on when there is nothing in you Except the Will which says to them: “Hold on!” If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with kings–nor lose the common touch, If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you; If all men count with you, but none too much, If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run, Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it, And–which is more–you’ll be a Man, my son! –Rudyard Kipling Couldn’t think of a better way to sum it up. Such a great guy who loved his family, was true to his friends and a positive part of everything he was a part of. “Fair Winds and Following Seas”

  43. Marilyn Cook April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    O gracious God who knows all our needs, and who cares for us daily with such great love, be with the Langness Family who is in great need of Your presence. I light this candle of prayer and dedicate it for their needs. May Your light surround them. May Your love be their support and may Your life flow through them. I dedicate the actions, prayers and duties of my day for their needs in this tragic, yet purposeful, time.

  44. Rob & Marilyn Cook April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    We met Dave through a ceaseless friendship with Cindy over many years, having many opportunities and privileges within that friendship to be a loving part of the Langness Family, (and all their critters) to be able to witness the enthusiam and accomplishments of each of them, enjoying the triumphs of their activities, supporting and sharing in the celebrations of each of their lives and talents…all supported and guided by Dave’s love, enthusiams, values and strengths…truly a family of teamwork, confidence, love, support, and adventure. He will be sorely missed and dearly loved, but forever remembered…for he so loved life that his living it shined joyfully so. He was so very generous and genuine, and proud of his family & loved them so much. May his Life be Celebrated and remain a ceaseless Inspiration.

  45. Jef Fletcher April 29, 2010 at 12:00 am - Reply

    I was able to get to know Dave through our love of baseball. Met him while playing the game and asked about a feeder baseball program and he did his best sales job to sell me on coaching a team in the North Knights Legion program. I will be forever grateful to Dave as I have been able to re-establish a growing love and opportunity to teach the game of baseball. Dave will always be a part of the North Knights program and we will honor him by retiring his number 28 this season.

  46. Candace Eckert, CAPT, USN October 9, 2014 at 12:00 am - Reply

    Cindy- I worked for Dave at DAC in Long Beach, and he went out on a limb to garner support from Joe Augustyn to allow me to join the Navy Reserve without having to quit my job. I thought of him often throughout the years and wanted to let him know I was promoted to O6. I very likely wouldn’t have joined the Navy if it weren’t for his support.
    So very sorry to learn of his passing.
    Semper Fi-Candace

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