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Thomas Joseph Langyel

October 24, 1971 ~ July 15, 2022 (age 50)

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Thomas Joseph Langyel passed away on July 15, 2022 in Danbury, CT. He was born on October 24, 1971 in Danbury, CT to the late Edna (Sayers) Langyel and Andrew Langyel. Husband of Rosa Marlene Aveiga Avila.

Thomas was a fun loving, outgoing character with a contagious smile. He was known for always being a jokester and brought laughter of all who knew him. At a young age he found his passion for his dirt bike and began to race BMX bikes. He did so all around Connecticut and even received number seven of the state of Connecticut in his class.

As he got older he liked to go fishing and hunting, especially bow hunting. One Thanksgiving, much to the surprise of his family, he brought home his own turkey. He found great joy in providing for his family and brought home many deer over the years for them to enjoy together.

When he wasn’t in the woods, Thomas enjoyed going for rides in his Jeep and on his scooter. He loved to be outdoors or work around the house and was able to turn that love into a career by working at Home Depot for many years.  He had a bright personality and will be deeply missed.

Thomas is survived by his beloved wife Rosa Marlene Aveiga Avila, his sisters Edna Kappes, Debbie Flemming,  Linda Hull, Laurie Langyel, Kimberly Langyel, Marie Langyel and Joanne Langyel as well as many nieces and nephews.

A Graveside service will be held on Thursday July 21, 2022 at 1 Pm at Wooster Cemetery (20 Ellsworth Ave. Danbury, CT 06810).

To light a candle in his memory or leave a condolence, please visit the tribute wall at the top pf the obituary page.

 

 

 

Thomas Joseph Langyel falleció el 15 de julio de 2022 en Danbury, CT. Nació el 24 de octubre de 1971 en Danbury, CT, hijo de Edna (Sayers) Langyel y Andrew Langyel. Esposo de Rosa Marlene Aveiga Ávila.

Thomas era un personaje extrovertido y amante de la diversión con una sonrisa contagiosa. Era conocido por ser siempre un bromista y sacaba las risas de todos los que lo conocían. A una edad temprana encontró su pasión por la moto de cross y comenzó a competir con bicicletas BMX. Lo hizo por todo Connecticut e incluso recibió el número siete del estado de Connecticut en su clase.

A medida que crecía, le gustaba ir a pescar y cazar, especialmente a la caza con arco. Un Día de Acción de Gracias, para sorpresa de su familia, trajo a casa su propio pavo. Encontró gran alegría en mantener a su familia y trajo a casa muchos ciervos a lo largo de los años para que disfrutaran juntos.

Cuando no estaba en el bosque, a Thomas le gustaba dar paseos en su Jeep y en su scooter. Le encantaba estar al aire libre o trabajar en la casa y pudo convertir ese amor en una carrera al trabajar en Home Depot durante muchos años. Tenía una personalidad brillante y será profundamente extrañado.

A Thomas le sobreviven su amada esposa Rosa Marlene Aveiga Avila, sus hermanas Edna Kappes, Debbie Flemming, Linda Hull, Laurie Langyel, Kimberly Langyel, Marie Langyel y Joanne Langyel, así como muchas sobrinas y sobrinos.

Se llevará a cabo un servicio junto a la tumba el jueves 21 de julio de 2022 a la 1 p. m. en el cementerio de Wooster (20 Ellsworth Ave. Danbury, CT 06810).

Para encender una vela en su memoria o dejar un pésame, visite el muro de homenaje en la parte superior de la página del obituario.

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Services

Graveside Service
Thursday
July 21, 2022

1:00 PM
Wooster Cemetery (Ellsworth Ave, Danbury)

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