George Curtis Langley, 90, passed away Sept. 15, 2009. Preceded in death by his wife of 67 years, one month and 20 days, Opal Langley. Survived by his daughter, Georgia 'Sally' (William) Kenney of Pueblo; granddaughter, Sandra (Mike) Ambrozaitis; brother, Kenneth P. Langley, Calif.; numerous nieces and nephews including, nephew, Douglas (Charlene) Langley of California; nieces, Ila (Randy) Shipley of Washington and Mary Louise (Tom) Hildebrandt of Wisconsin; and special friends, Don and Betty English, Jane Sawvell and Gene Wilcoxson. George was born to George and Rose Langley on March 27, 1919, and was a lifetime Pueblo resident. George and Opal were married on July 11, 1939, in Raton, N.M. George served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. After the war, he and Opal owned and operated Kenny's Café, on 9th Street, for 27 years, rising at 3 a.m. to bake the day's bread and pies. George sold Dodges for two years before Gene Wilcoxson made an offer he couldn't refuse. Quoting George, 'He told me he'd take my Dodge and buy me a Riviera if I'd come to work for him and promise we'd retire together.' George was a member of Travelers Protective Association, VFW, Al Kaly Shriners, BPO Elks Lodge # 90, American Legion, Scottish Rite of Free Masonry S.J., Order of Eastern Star, York Rite of Free Masonry, Pueblo Lodge #17, AF&AM and AARP. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, 2009, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with the Reverend Dr. Rick Calhoun officiating. Those who desire may make memorials to American Cancer Society, through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. To me, my Uncle George was a warm generous person who knew how to enjoy life. He was greatly admired by my parents for his enormous endurance and enthusiasm for work. I, personally, liked listening to his stories, life experiences, and opinions about current events and trends. What an interesting uncle I had! I will miss him. He had a flamboyance that was all his own. God’s grace to Sally, family, and friends at this difficult time.

  2. My Grandfather was definitely unique as they come in this life. I don’t think I will ever meet another like him. Between him and his boss (my grandmother) I could not have been blessed with any better set of grandparent’s. He and Grandma are now together and I pray at peace. I hope as long as I live not to forget them or the memories of them in Colorado . I will Love and Cherish those Memories as long as I live.

  3. My memories of Uncle George and Aunt Opal will forever be with me as some of the best of my childhood. “Special” is how they made me feel. How wonderful it was to see them in later years. I love them, and I miss them both!

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