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Bernard Francis Langan I (1903-1982) Pressman for Newark News (b. New Year's Eve, December 31, 1903, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, 07307, USA - d. September 03, 1982, Wyckoff, Bergen County, New Jersey, 07481, USA) Social Security Number 157102205.
His siblings include: Daniel Langan II (1885-1964) who married Jenny Lynch (1885-1969); Edward Langan II (1886) who died as an infant; Mary Langan II (1888) who died as an infant; James Patrick Langan I (1889-1975) who married Katherine (Kate) Mary Norton (1894-1942); John Patrick Langan II (1890-?) who may have died as a youth; Edward Langan III (1891-?) who may have died as a youth; Catherine Veronica Langan (1892-1950) who was a schoolteacher who never married; John Francis Langan (1893) who died as an infant; Cornelius Langan (1893-1896) who died as a youth; Bernard Langan II (c1895-?); Mary Langan III (1895-?) who married a Campion; Bernard Langan III (1896-?); Anna Langan I (1898-?) who married Francis Ayers; Charles E. Langan I who married May Cornetta (1902-?); and John Langan II (1905) who died as an infant.
He married Anna Fortmuller (c1905-c1985) in Jersey City, in 1937. Anna's parents were Otto J. Fortmuller I; and Mary X.Byrne
Together they had three children.
He died on September 03, 1982 in Wyckoff, Bergen County, New Jersey.
He was buried in Christ the King Cemetery in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey.
Bernard Langan Senior, 78 of Rutherford died Friday. He had been a pressman for the former Newark News and was a parishoner of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Rutherford. Surviving are his wife, Anne Fortmuller Langan; a daughter, Maureen Cole of Norwell, Massachusetts; two sons, Bernard Junior of Wyckoff and Kevin of Morris Plains; a brother, Charles of Jersey City, and 14 grandchildren. Mass will be said Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in Saint Elizabeth's Roman Catholic Church, Wyckoff, with burial in Christ the King Cemetery, Franklin Lakes.