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  1. I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Diane will be sorely missed, by not only me but her students, staff and faculty at Georgia Military College-Stone Mountain. Diane cared passionately about her students, colleagues and the community she lived in! Some of her students went to the community garden today in her honor. Diane was one of the most giving human beings I have ever met. She loved teaching, sharing of her time, her many talents and treasures. Although my heart is broken, the world is a better place because of Diane and I thank God for having shared such a lovely person with us. I will miss her dearly as Diane was my friend.

    May the peace of God and fond memories remain in your hearts,
    Janis Anderson
    Director, GMC-Stone Mountain

  2. My heart is lost for words Dr. Lanston was a sweet teacher it was never a sad moment with her. Dr Langston always kept a smile and gave everyone a chance. Being one of the seven students in her class it hurts me. We all loved Dr Langston .

  3. I am deeply sadden to hear this news. Mrs langston was a wonderful person. she was a wonderful instructor and a good friend. she taught me many things. she helped me get through my classes,. I wish she was still here. I miss her. My heart is broken. she was such a great and sweet person. My condolences

  4. I will never forget the fond memories of Dr. Langston. She was one of the sweetest people to be around. Even though she taught a variety of courses she was able to effortlessly help and assist all students with anything that they needed help with. Dr. Langston was a kindhearted, generous person. As a recipient of her kindness and generosity, I will miss her greatly. My deepest condolences

  5. It was very shocking and sad once a former college classmate of mine told me the news and couldn’t believe it and at first I thought it was a prank. Dr. Langston will be missed, because she was very caring towards her community and friends. If you needed to talk to someone about a personal problem she was there to listen and give you her support and advice. She also helped me get an A in all of my English and Literature classes after helping me out by calling and emailing me assignments from when I was sick last year. She was a wonderful cook.
    You will be truely missed!

  6. I was very shocked to hear that you are not with us anymore. We will all miss you. God has called a beautiful flower from his garden which whom we didn’t expect to be picked. We all know you loved too keep up the garden and now we know why. Your beautiful flower was soon to be picked. Thank you for everything you have done for me to help pursue my education. To be absent from the body is to be present with the lord. In Jesus name Amen… Rest In Peace Dr.D.Langston

  7. The Lord has called one of his beautiful angels home. I am hurt by the passing of Dr. Langston. She has taught me so much in the few short years I have known her. She was a major influence in my life. Because of her, I knew I wanted to persue my dreams of becoming an English teacher. I will use a lot of her strategies and techniques for my students. I will always keep Dr. Langston in my heart. Sleep well, my friend. Rest in Heaven, I will be home soon.

  8. It has taken me a minute to collect my thoughts of a woman gone way too soon. Dr. Langston was the joy of Stone Mountain and it was a great honor to have know and been in the presence of this joy for the past 4 years. You never know how much of an impact a person has on your life until it’s too late. Since I found out I been racking my mind of what was the last thing I said to her and I have come to the conclusion that it was her saying hello with the beautiful smile like she has done everyday. I am not going to lie we lost a great lady on September 10 and I want you to know Dr. Langston your will never ever be forgotten. Just know that you have a very special place in each of our hearts at GMC- Stone Mountain. I know that your in a better place smiling down at all of us to keep our heads up and make sure we take care of the garden and each other. You will forever deeply be missed.

  9. I never had the pleasure of benefiting from Dr Langston’s classes, but that never stopped her from helping me if I had a question about anything. Every time I saw her she would greet me with that beautiful smile and she would talk to me as if we was old acquaintances. She genuinely cared about the welfare of all the students, whether she knew you or not. I am missing her already….

  10. I was really shocked when we were told that Dr. Langston had passed, Even before I became a student in her class, everyone talked about how wonderful and helpful she was. After being in her class, I came to realize that what everyone said was true. She was always smiling and willingly to do whatever she could for anyone. Her passion was teaching and and working in the community garden and it showed. I will truly miss her .My condolences go out to the family

  11. How do we say “goodbye” to someone who always said “hello”, with a genuine smile that said “I’m so glad to see you today”! That’s who Dr. Langston was, a very personable and kind lady, who worked tirelessly for her students. The Stone Mountain Campus of Georgia Military College will surely miss her. I myself have fond memories of her teaching style. My deepest sympathies are with the family.

  12. I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Diane was most helpful faculty in GMC. My deepest condolences.I am missing her already.

  13. I was shocked to learn the passing of Dr. Langston over the weekend. I still cannot believe that Dr. Langston has left us. We will truly miss her. I pray that her husband and the entire family will be comforted by the Lord during this very difficult moment. her legacy at GMC, and on those she touched the lives in one way or the other live forever.
    May her soul rest in perfect peace.

  14. Dr. Langston was my first college professor. I am currently a dual enrollment student at GMC and I met her when I was sixteen years old. She used to wait with me after class was over and we would talk until my mother came to get me. We had one thing in come which was the city of Boston. Me being from Boston, she told me how she visited Boston and fell in love with the city and the colleges. One college in particular which was Harvard. Talking to her about this made me feel close to home again. I am so sorry for everyone’s loss. She was a wonderful person inside and out and I am so thankful I had her as my first professor. I will never forget what she taught me.

  15. . I have known Dr. Langston as Professor of English at Westwood College Atlanta Northlake campus. A sweet, soft-spoken and admirable person loved by her colleagues and students. Many students remember her as a teacher who molded their lives and inspired their spirits. May her memories ease the pain of the hearts of her loved ones. On behalf of the Academia, I convey our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and friends.

  16. Dr.Langston was my first college course English teacher and one that will not be forgotten. She was always smiling and was such a great spirit. I learned a lot in her class and her class was always active and fun. I’ll never forget when we went to the community garden in her class and she lost her rake. It was her favorite rake and she was so sad that she lost it. So when I found her rake she was so happy and filled with joy. Also, I’ll never forget when she gave me compliments on my clothes. She’s such a sweet lady and she will be missed.
    Sincerely, Quinton

  17. Dr. Langston is gone, but she not because her memories and all she left behind are still with us. Your teachings and the lives you changed will not be forgotten so easily, you will be missed by many most especially by gm c school
    Adieu Dr. Langston

  18. I knew Dr. Langston during her tenure at Westwood College, Northlake Campus in Atlanta. She was a warm, funny and dignified woman who presence always brought a smile to my face. Her intelligent wit was appreciated by all as was her love for her students. She made a lasting impact on the lives she encountered. May we all follow in her example.

  19. Dr. Langston was an amazing person with a great attitude. I will miss her hugs and smiles. She was a great colleague and preserver of life.

    I will miss you Diane!

  20. I just learned of the passing of Dr. Langston, our former English Dept. Chair at SWD. Such sad news but, her legacy will live on in the many children she taught and the teachers she inspired. You were one of a kind Diane.

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