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Official Obituary of: Richard M. “Dick” Langille 12/26/2018

Richard M. “Dick” Langille 12/26/2018

FOXBORO – Richard M. “Dick” Langille, 84, of Foxboro and a longtime resident of North Attleboro passed away Wednesday, December 26, 2018 at Willow Crossing in Mansfield.  He was the beloved husband of Valerie (Whalen) Langille for over 20 years.

Born October 11, 1934 in North Attleboro, he was a son of the late Seymour G. and Rita (Higgins) Langille.

Dick graduated from North Attleboro High School where he was president of his class for all four years and quarterbacked the undefeated football team.  He later attended Dean College in Franklin.  He was a lifelong resident of North Attleboro before moving to Foxboro 21 years ago.

Dick owned and operated Dick’s Barber Shop in downtown North Attleboro for 52 years before retiring and was also a successful entrepreneur and owner of Richard’s Realty.

He was a longtime member of the North Attleboro/Plainville Rotary Club and served on the Board and a term as president.  Dick received the prestigious Paul Harris Fellowship and was also a recipient of Rotary’s Distinguished Service Award.  He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce and DANA (Downtown Associates of North Attleboro) and a member of RTM (Representative Town Meeting).

Dick loved to sing and sang in a barbershop quartet.  He was also an avid lifelong Patriot’s fan.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by seven children: Lauren and Ron Roy of North Attleboro, Steven and Jean Langille of North Attleboro, Sue and Walter Budjinski of Georgia, David Langille and Pamela Meda of North Attleboro, Ricky and Cathy Langille of North Attleboro, Kevin Langille of North Attleboro and Wendy and Carl Engleman of Georgia;

Two siblings: James Langille of Pennsylvania and Mary Brooks of Yarmouth;

17 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren; and Valerie’s three sons: Steve Molina of Iowa, John Molina of Oklahoma and Cam Molina of Florida; and his dog, Teddy.

He was predeceased by four siblings: Charlie, Gordon and Robert Langille and Sandy Lightfoot.

Visiting hours will be held on Friday, January 4 from 4-8 p.m. at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.  A funeral service will be held in the funeral home on Saturday, January 5 at 11 a.m. followed by burial at Mt. Hope Cemetery & Arboretum in Attleboro Falls.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to either Shriner’s Hospital for Children, 2900 Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607 or the Wounded Warrior Project, PO BOX 758517, Topeka, KS 66675-8517.

  • Comment (18)
  • u should  have  taken   all your  loser  sons   with u  what kind of  monster  was  he 

  • We will remember Dick as a great friend and neighbor for many years in NA. He had a wonderful family that we always thought of as our own and our thoughts and sympathy to all.

  • My condolences go out to the Langille family. Your Dad was a gentle soul and will always be remembered fondly. May he rest peacefully.

  • To all of Dick’s Family.
    Our deepest sympathy to all of you.
    Especially Steve, Lauren, Susan, David, Ricky, Kevin and Wendy.

  • I want to thank Dick’s wife,Val, and his children, especially his daughter,Lauren,  and his son, David, for their constant vigilance and loving care for Dick during his illness.   Dick will always be my “little brother” and I will always miss him. 

  • Dear Val. 
            Thoughts and prayers are with you and the whole family . May he rest in peace. Our condolences. Pat G.

  • My condolences to Aunt Val,Mary uncle Jimmy and my cousins and their families. I will not be able to attend but,My heart is with you all.you are in my prayers

  • I am so sorry for your loss. His family were so loving and dedicated until the end. Richard was a pleasure at the Willow Crossing and will be missed.

    RCA,
    Melissa DiBlasio

  • Dear Walter and Sue (Langille), your father was a long time friend of Barry and I. We rented from him many times. A good friend to us for many years. Whenever we needed him he was always there. A legend in his own time. I’ll probably see you at the wake. Our Sympathy’s go out to you two and the rest of the Langille family. My heard beats heavy for him. Sincerely, Barry and Diane(Guimond)Sequin, of Woonsocket, RI.

  • My prayers are with you and also Rest In Peace my good man my good man and my condolences as well im so sorry my friend.

  • Thoughts and Prayers Valerie
    Dick was a good friend
    Appreciated all the support he offered the Veterans Department
    Joe Clougherty/jim Bound

  • Dear Val, Mary, Jim and family…..I was so sorry to hear about Dick.  My condolences go out to all of you, he will be remembered in my prayers.

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  1. Dear Val, Mary, Jim and family…..I was so sorry to hear about Dick.  My condolences go out to all of you, he will be remembered in my prayers.

  2. Thoughts and Prayers Valerie
    Dick was a good friend
    Appreciated all the support he offered the Veterans Department
    Joe Clougherty/jim Bound

  3. My prayers are with you and also Rest In Peace my good man my good man and my condolences as well im so sorry my friend.

  4. Dear Walter and Sue (Langille), your father was a long time friend of Barry and I. We rented from him many times. A good friend to us for many years. Whenever we needed him he was always there. A legend in his own time. I’ll probably see you at the wake. Our Sympathy’s go out to you two and the rest of the Langille family. My heard beats heavy for him. Sincerely, Barry and Diane(Guimond)Sequin, of Woonsocket, RI.

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. His family were so loving and dedicated until the end. Richard was a pleasure at the Willow Crossing and will be missed.

    RCA,
    Melissa DiBlasio

  6. My condolences to Aunt Val,Mary uncle Jimmy and my cousins and their families. I will not be able to attend but,My heart is with you all.you are in my prayers

  7. Dear Val. 
            Thoughts and prayers are with you and the whole family . May he rest in peace. Our condolences. Pat G.

  8. I want to thank Dick’s wife,Val, and his children, especially his daughter,Lauren,  and his son, David, for their constant vigilance and loving care for Dick during his illness.   Dick will always be my “little brother” and I will always miss him. 

  9. To all of Dick’s Family.
    Our deepest sympathy to all of you.
    Especially Steve, Lauren, Susan, David, Ricky, Kevin and Wendy.

  10. My condolences go out to the Langille family. Your Dad was a gentle soul and will always be remembered fondly. May he rest peacefully.

  11. We will remember Dick as a great friend and neighbor for many years in NA. He had a wonderful family that we always thought of as our own and our thoughts and sympathy to all.

  12. u should  have  taken   all your  loser  sons   with u  what kind of  monster  was  he 

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