On Saturday August 27th, the world lost a beam of light. Hannah Langer passed away peacefully and unexpectedly in her sleep, at the age of 23. Her essence and charisma live on in all those who were blessed enough to cross her path. She cared deeply for her family, her friends, her community, and her animals. She was a devoted activist and teacher. She helped support her family in every aspect of life, and we will miss her every day. Through her ability to share compassion, honesty, integrity, and freedom of expression, she was able to transform and uplift. Hannah was reliable, she tackled every challenge life threw at her, and inspired others to do the same. Her siblings saw her as a guardian angel who made good times better, and bad times bearable. The lessons we learned were ancient, may we walk each step with joy and full hearts. We invite prayers and love as Hannah’s spirit transitions to her next life.
Hannah lives on through her sisters Emily and Katie, her brothers, Benjamin, Lucas, and Daniel, her parents, Heather Smith, Eric and Jennifer Langer, her grandmothers Kathleen Smith and Alice Thackery, her aunt and uncle Brendan and Heather Smith and their children, Justin and Logan, her uncle, Chris Smith, her aunt, Dawn Langer, her cousin, Zachery Langer; her beloved dogs, Jasmine, Rebel, Birdy, and goats, Peanut and Big Mama, and, of course, her lifelong friends and the children in the community, whom she loved like they were her own.
Visitation will be held on Thursday September 1, 2022 from 5-8pm at Clinton Funeral Home, 21 Parrott Street, Cold Spring. A Graveside service will be held on Friday September 2,2022 at 10am at Cold Spring Cemetery with interment to follow. On Friday please meet direct at the cemetery as there will be no services at the funeral home.