Pauline Langner
February 1, 1930  -  November 22, 2018

Pauline Langner

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RushingEstesKnowles Mortuary
220 S. Getty St.
Uvalde, TX  78801
Saturday, November 24, 2018
10:00 a.m.
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Emmanuel Lutheran Church
250 South FM 1049
Knippa, TX  78870
Sunday, November 25, 2018
1:00 p.m.
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Knippa Cemetery
Hwy. 90 East
Knippa, TX  78870
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Pauline Hulett Langner of Uvalde passed away on November 22, 2018 at the age of 88. Pauline was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on February 1, 1930 to Paul and Marguerite Hulett. After high school, Pauline attended and graduated from Texas Lutheran College in Seguin, Texas. During her time at Texas Lutheran, she met her future husband, John Langner of Knippa. Pauline and John were married on October 28, 1948. They lived in Knippa until moving to Uvalde in the late 1950s. Pauline spent most of her professional career as a bookkeeper until retiring in the early 1990s.
Pauline was a devout follower of Jesus Christ and was a beloved wife, mother, sister, grandmother, and great grandmother. She was an active member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Knippa. She is remembered by family and friends as a woman with a kind and gentle spirit, and a constant encourager and supporter to her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
She is survived by two daughters, Sherry Laffere of Uvalde and Judy Blazek and husband, Bobby, of Rio Frio; one son, Ron Langner and wife, Terri, of Pearland; six grandsons, Sean Laffere and wife, Whitney, of Richmond, Shea Laffere of Dallas, Brent Laffere and wife, Chrissy of Dallas, Brandon Laffere and wife, Katie of Uvalde, Anthony Blazek and wife, Graciela of Round Top, Shawn Blazek and wife, Denise of Dripping Springs; three granddaughters, Crystal Blazek of Brownwood, Lindsey Langner and Lauren Langner of Lake Charles, Louisiana; twelve great grandchildren, Charlie Laffere, Drew Laffere, Taylor Laffere, Connor Laffere, Madison Laffere, Caroline Laffere, Beau Laffere, Evelyn Laffere, Corina Blazek, Evan Blazek, Brooke Blazek, Wyatt Blazek; best friend and sister-at-heart, Bo Allen. She is survived also by numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband, John, her parents, three sisters, and by her son-in-law, Charles “Bo” Laffere.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Sunday, November 25, 2018, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Knippa. Interment will follow at the Knippa Cemetery. Pallbearers will be her grandsons and honorary pallbearers will be Sam Allen and Raymond Schwarzlose.
The family suggests memorials to Uvalde Hospice, 1038 Garner Field Rd., Uvalde, Texas 78801, or Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 250 S. FM 1049, Knippa, TX 78870.


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  1. David & Jo Thompson
    Princeton, TX

    Please accept our Sympathies, Condolences and Prayers for the Family and Friends of Pauline Langner during this time of loss.

    Psalm 23

  2. Anne Vickers
    Big Lake, TX

    Sherry, Judy, and Ron, my heart goes out to each of you in the passing of your dear mother. Losing a loved one is so very hard. Cling to your lifetime of precious memories.
    Love, Anne

  3. Leah Thomson
    Lewisville, TX

    Pauline never lost patience with my brothers and I as we pestered her when we went to my dad’s business. Every year I think of her at Christmas when I make “pauline’s Forgotten merengue cookies”. I will never be forgot her or her kindness. My prayers that her family will feel the comfort of God’s love surround you as you mourn the loss of a great woman.

  4. Ann & Gilbert Guerrero & family
    Pearland, TX

    Deepest sympathies for your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Tom Lemmon
    Spring, TX

    God Bless you. So sweet and always with a smile. lol

  6. Ann Morriss
    Sonora, TX

    So very sorry for the passing of your sweet Mother. She was such a sweetheart. Mom & I send our love to The Langner Family.
    Doris & Ann Morriss

  7. Annette Loofe
    Newark, TX

    Peace be with you my sweet Aunt Pauline. You could light up the room with your beautiful smile. Such a loving and kind woman. I will miss you.

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