Walter H. Langseder
We mourn the loss of our friends, neighbors and relatives who have passed. Our memories of life at the Lake are entertwined with our memories of those who shared their lives with us here.
Walter H. Langseder, Jr., 75, of Bogota, New Jersey, formerly of Teaneck, passed away on Thursday, 14 November 2019, surrounded by his family.
Walter was predeceased by his parents, Walter and Ruth Langseder. He is survived by his beloved wife of 52 years, Jane (nee Hespos); his two loving sons, Brian and Edward; his dear daughter-in-law, Christyn; as well as his two cherished granddaughters, Ella and Avery; his sister, Dale L. Fennelly (Kevin); his sister, Elaine Roemer (James); his brother, Eric Langseder (Annette); his sister-in-law, Irene Oldenhage; his niece, Kristina Fennelly, and her husband Mark Stinson; his nephews, David Oldenhage, Matthew Fennelly; his grand-nephews, William and Andrew; as well as many close relatives and friends.
Walter was loved by all for his kindness and generous spirit, and will be missed by many.
He was a graduate of Teaneck High School and subsequently earned a degree in Engineering from Fairleigh Dickinson University. In August 1967, Walter entered active duty in the United States Army, initially being stationed at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland, where he was a calibration specialist within the Ordnance Division. He was later deployed to the Pirmasens Army Depot in Germany. During his three years of service he earned the Good Conduct Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, and the Expert M-14 Award. He was honorably discharged in August 1970.
Over the course of his career, Walter was employed by Mosler Safe, Lightolier, and recently retired from Express Scripts as a systems manager. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Bogota, New Jersey.
The family will receive relatives and friends at Visitation on Sunday, 24 November 2019, from 1 to 4 PM at Petrik Funeral Home, 140 Palisade Avenue, Bogota, NJ. At 4 PM, there will be a funeral prayer service at Petrik’s, together with US Army Military Honors. Cremation will be private.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Walter’s name may be made to the charity of choice.