Alice Mae Cameron Langham, 85, of McAlester, died Saturday, May 27, 2017, at McAlester Regional Health Center. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 31, 2017, at 10 a.m. at Brumley-Mills Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Rodney Briggs officiating, assisted by Rev. Tim Walker. Burial will follow at Oak Hill Cemetery under the direction of Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of McAlester. Pallbearers will be Randy Langham, Jake Langham, Mike McCuller, Bryan Echelle, David Brown and Jimmy Brown. Honorary pallbearers are Ray Brewer, Jim Barnes, Buzz Tinker, Cameron McCuller and S. L. Langham. Alice Langham was born on Feb. 24, 1932, in Romero, Texas to Roy and Florence Cameron. She married Leon Langham in 1950 and they had three children. An active member of the First Baptist Church, she taught 9 year-old children in Sunday School for over 40 years. She will always be remembered as a loving wife, devoted mother and outstanding homemaker. She enjoyed gardening and sewing. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Brenda and James Duncan of Linden, Tennessee and two sons and daughters-in-law, Randy and Kay Langham of Wilburton and Todd and Pat Langham of McAlester. Also, five grandchildren, Daniel and Lisa Rigazzi of New York City, Elizabeth and Greg Fecteau of St. Louis, Jake and Kallie Langham of Moore, Jamie and Asa Barry of Glenpool and Jodi Langham of McAlester, and five great-grandchildren, Domenic Rigazzi, Aiden and Jordan Barry, Kael Langham and Keyan Ward; a sister-in-law, Milda Echelle; a brother-in-law, Ron Langham and wife, Ann; and nieces and nephews, Kem McCuller, Mike and Brenda McCuller, S. L. Langham, Michelle and Alan Mauldin, Bryan Echelle, Kristin and Jim Martin, Gina and Andy Parr and Megan Doyle, and great nieces and nephews too numerous to mention. Also a special friend, Betty Barnes and caregivers, Rexanna Cawley and Patti Rankin. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, her parents-in-law, A. L. and Mary Langham, a brother, Jack Cameron, a sister Jean McCuller and a great granddaughter, Ruthie Dale Langham.
Published on  May 30, 2017