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Mavis Lang

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Mavis A. Lang, age 95 of New Hampton, Iowa passed away on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, CO. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 AM on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at Trinity Lutheran Church with Pastor Kevin Frey officiating. Burial will be held at New Hampton Cemetery in New Hampton. Visitation will be held from 4:00-7:00 PM on Friday, February 24, 2017 at Conway-Markham Funeral Home in New Hampton and will continue at the church one hour prior to the funeral on Saturday. Online condolences for Mavis's family may be left at www.conway-markhamfh.com. Memorials may be directed to the family Mavis Arleen (Mamie) was born on November 16, 1921 in Mount Sterling, Wisconsin. The eldest daughter of Attley and Millie Attleson. Mavis graduated from high school in Gays Mills, Wisconsin. She moved to Chicago, IL; where she worked in a defense factory (Union Special)where she was a machinist building the bomb sights for the Army Air Corps B-25 Mitchell during WWII. On August 28, 1943 she married Frederick Jacob Lang (Fritz) in Chicago, IL. After Fritz returned from WWII, they moved to New Hampton. Mavis worked at JC Penny's in the 50's and 60's and then worked as a school cook in the New Hampton Schools. Mavis was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, member of the American Legion Auxiliary since 1952 and an avid Chicago Cubs fan. What she enjoyed most were her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, always ready to share a stick of gum. "Gummy" will always be remembered for her kind heart. She is survived by her three children: Carol Stobbelaar of Centennial, CO; Darrel Lang of Emporia, KS and Steven (Julie) Lang of New Hampton. Seven grandchildren: Matt Lang of Vail, CO; Michelle (Kevin) Pringle of Admire, KS; David (Carla) Stobbelaar of Lilongwe, Malawi South Africa; Susan (Bill) Lorimor of Denver, CO; Alec Lang of Iowa City, IA; Kaymi Lang of Rochester, MN; and Paige Lang of Indianola, IA. Five great grandchildren: John, Taylor and Sarah Beth Pringle, Jeremy and Delaney Lorimor; sister Hazel Hereid of New Hampton; brother-in-law Roger Johnson of New Hampton; sister-in-law Irene Attleson of Minneapolis, MN; daughter-in-law LaDell Lang of Emporia, KS and many nieces and nephews. Mavis was proceeded in death by her husband, parents, her brothers; Percival, Stanley, Orland Luther Attleson and her sister Thelma Johnson. .

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  1. Regards to all the Lang family. I remember Mavis when she worked downtown when I first came to town. She was friendly and helpful. Did not know about her work in the war effort. Keep sharing her story.

  2. Ive known the Attleson family since I grew up in the Mt Sterling area also graduated from the same HighSchool that Mavis did (but not the same year). In the last few years, Ive been able to have lunch with Mavis Carol when she came to Denver for her annual stay. What great times we had together – usually 3-4 hour lunches, just visiting lots of laughs. Mavis was a joy to be around, quick-witted and up to date on everything that was going on in the world. I sure will miss her! Our sympathy to the family. Ardis (Swangstu) Hill and Husband Bob

  3. Our deepest sympathy to Carol, David, Susie and the Lang family. Mavis was such a special, gentle person who always brightened every occasion. I will always remember her smile and that dear laugh, coupled with that twinkle in her eyes which said so much without uttering a word! Wishing you all peace and comfort. With love, Sue and Chip Rathbun

  4. When I worked at the nursing home I always enjoyed visiting with Mavis when she came to visit John Lang. My condolences to her family.

  5. Our family has been blessed with Maviss friendship for many years. You all have so many memories to cherish! John and Marilyn Diggs

  6. Our sympathy to all the Lang family. I always had a good visit with her when I saw her. Remember the great memories you have made. Louise and Donn Harris


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