Anne W. Langley

Published 4:58 pm Monday, April 4, 2011

Anne W. Langley, 90, of Rosemont, Penn., passed away on Saturday, March 26, 2011 at Rosemont Presbyterian Village.  A beloved wife, mother, pianist, painter and golfer, she is greatly missed.
Born in Chester, Penn., on May 2, 1920, and raised in Swarthmore, Penn., she attended Denison University and earned a certificate in occupational therapy from the Philadelphia School of Occupational Therapy.  She married Robert S. Struble in 1943. Following his untimely death in an automobile accident in 1957, she raised their four children in Pittsburgh, supporting them while working as an occupational therapist.
She married Hubert P. Langley in 1969, eventually moving to Columbus in 1978, where they happily spent their retirement years. They were members of the Tryon Presbyterian Church. He preceded her in death in March of 2003. She moved to a suburb outside Philadelphia in September of 2004.
She is survived by daughters Nancy S. Dickson of Portland, Maine, and Barbara A. Parman of Narberth, Penn.; sons Robert P. Struble of Jefferson Hills, Penn., and Jeffrey W. Struble of Reading, Mass.; step-daughter Kristin D. Langley of Clearwater, Fla.; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will take place at a later date. Interment will be in Pittsburgh at a private service.
In her memory, donations can be made to “RPV Friendship Fund,” Rosemont Presbyterian Village, 404 Cheswick Place, Bryn Mawr, Penn. 19010.

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