ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Austin  Chase  Langham, born on December 26, 2002, and passed away on March 19, 2021. We will remember him forever.

Services for Austin Chase Langham will be held March 29th from 6-8Pm 

 Loxley Church
5220 S Hickory St
Loxley, Alabama 36551

Preparations by:  Marshall Memorial Albertsville, Al.


Posted by Kelly Cowan-Harrison on March 29, 2021
Shannon and family. Im so sorry for your loss. I grew up with Shannon and have met the boys on several occasions. I can't put into words how you must feel. I. Praying for all of you. Walk with God and he will be there for you and turn to him for answers and know God needed him more that this earth did. Love and prayers! Kelly, Madison and Marlie
Posted by Ramona wagner on March 25, 2021
When I think of Chase all I can see is his sweet smiling face!!  Always smiling!  And to know he is walking, singing and dancing in heaven !! Praying for all and sending love.  Heaven is smiling too!!
Posted by NATALIE LEE on March 23, 2021
So sad to here of this young mans passing. He was a fighter and so strong. He is now resting in peace and at the right hand of our lord. Heaven gained a very special angel. My thoughts and prayers are with his Parents and his brothers.

How very softly you tiptoed into our world,
almost silently, only a moment you stayed.
But what an imprint your footsteps have left upon our hearts
-Dorothy Ferguson


"He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away." Revelation 21:4
Posted by Hunter Langham on March 22, 2021
Austin Chase Langham was the ultimate little brother a big brother can have! He had the best intentions a human could possibly have. I took care of you pretty much since you were born. I was so protective over you! I even punched someone on the bus for picking on you. Broke his nose too! He deserved it. Chase Langham I hope you are there in peace! I hope that one day I will see you and we all go fishing again!

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Posted by Kelly Cowan-Harrison on March 29, 2021
Shannon and family. Im so sorry for your loss. I grew up with Shannon and have met the boys on several occasions. I can't put into words how you must feel. I. Praying for all of you. Walk with God and he will be there for you and turn to him for answers and know God needed him more that this earth did. Love and prayers! Kelly, Madison and Marlie
Posted by Ramona wagner on March 25, 2021
When I think of Chase all I can see is his sweet smiling face!!  Always smiling!  And to know he is walking, singing and dancing in heaven !! Praying for all and sending love.  Heaven is smiling too!!
Posted by NATALIE LEE on March 23, 2021
So sad to here of this young mans passing. He was a fighter and so strong. He is now resting in peace and at the right hand of our lord. Heaven gained a very special angel. My thoughts and prayers are with his Parents and his brothers.

How very softly you tiptoed into our world,
almost silently, only a moment you stayed.
But what an imprint your footsteps have left upon our hearts
-Dorothy Ferguson


"He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away." Revelation 21:4
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Shared by Charlotte Langham on March 23, 2021
Otis was Chases granddad and I have been his step grandma since 2013. He spent time with us and I took him shopping several times. I wasn’t blood relative but I loved Chase and did my best for him. Hope he felt the same way. Just saw him in January. Never dreamed it would be our last time. But he rests in peace now. The picture of him holding the fish was on his paw paws pontoon boat. He was an avid fishe
Shared by Josie McCullough on March 23, 2021
Chase would come into Waffle House almost every night I worked for a very long time. He’d prance in, get chocolate milk and some hash browns. Then we would talk and talk as long as his parents would let him stay to. He was such a good friend. We have many more memories but this ones my favorite, because it really is the little things in life that give you the most pleasure. Chase was grateful for everything and when he loved something, he really loved it. Seeing him happy was all I could ever want for him. Now I know he will be happy forever.