Ronald L. Langendorf

Ronald L. Langendorf, age 53, of Worden, passed away Thursday, September 3 at his residence. Funeral services for 53 year old Ronald L. Langendorf will be Monday, September 7 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hamel. Burial will be in St. Paul Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. and Monday from 9:00 a.m. to service time at the church. Memorials are suggested to the St. Paul Lutheran Church, the Worden Volunteer Fire Department, or BJC Hospice. The Dauderman Mortuary in Hamel is in charge of arrangements.

He was born on Friday, February 09, 1962, in Staunton, IL, the son of LeRoy and Verna (nee Steinmann) Langendorf.

On Saturday, October 01, 1988, he married Sheila M. Langendorf nee Hitchens who survives.

He was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the Operating Engineers Local 399.

Ronald was born at Staunton, IL and grew up in Hamel. He was a 1980 graduate of Edwardsville High School. He received an Associates Degree from St. Paul Lutheran College at Concordia, MO. He worked for 30 years at Shell Oil Refinery, now Phillips 66, in Wood River as an operating engineer. Ronald enjoyed bowling; softball league; coaching his son in little league baseball and softball in school; and watching Megan participate in volleyball, tennis and bowling. He loved his family and friends.

Survivors include:
Wife – Sheila M. Langendorf, Worden, IL
Daughter – Megan N. Langendorf, Worden, IL
Son – Nathan L. Langendorf, Worden, IL
Parents – LeRoy and Verna (Steinmann) Langendorf, Hamel, IL
Sister – Patti (Dave) Epping, Bethalto, IL
Brother – Larry Langendorf, Prairietown, IL
Brother – Steven (Vicki) Langendorf, Edwardsville, IL
Brother – Daniel (Beth) Langendorf, Edwardsville, IL
Mother In-law – Martha Hitchens, Glen Carbon, IL
Brother In-law – Steve (Michelle) Woosley, Edwardsville, IL
Sister In-law – Mindy (Jim) Dehner, Godfrey, IL
Many Nieces and Nephews

He was preceded in death by:
Father In-law – Donald Hitchens.

Dauderman Mortuary
102 E State Street
Hamel, IL 62046

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