Langford, Marjorie Marjorie Cobb Langford, 90, of Decatur, GA died Monday, March 19 in hospice at Emory University Hospital. Born in Bainbridge, GA on July 14, 1921 to Dottie and Lucius Cobb, she moved to Savannah, GA in 1941 with her mother and three siblings and to Atlanta in 1955 with her husband Glenn and their sons, Glenn, Craig and Scott. A Delta employee of 26 years, she was a Certified Public Secretary and rose to the rank of Executive Legal Secretary to the Sr. Vice President. She remained a loyal and enthusiastic member of the Delta family. An avid reader and member of a Great Books reading group for many decades she also volunteered countless hours for Project Read and the ALS Foundation. She was deeply involved in Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church, President of the Jake Ward Class and an annual participant in the Wesley Walk for Others and always gave freely of herself in any way she could to help those she knew. She is survived by her husband and three sons, grandchildren China, Misha and Jackson, brothers-in-law Donald and Ronald Langford and sister-in-law Helen Cobb. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 pm, Monday, March 26 at Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church, 1660 N. Decatur Rd., Atlanta, GA 30307. At hers and the family's request, in lieu of flowers, please send donations to Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church.

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline


  1. To the family of Mrs. Langford:
    I wanted to offer my condolence to you all in this time of loss of your loved one. Such times as these can be heavy on the mind and heart and cause many to reflect on the life of those we have come to love. I also wanted to offer some encouragement to all from an account in the Bible. In a copy of the Bible please read JOHN 11:5 to 45. Jesus experienced the loss of a dear friend and it moved him emotionally. He spoke comfort to the surviving family members and was even empowered by his heavenly father to reverse the effect of the loss of their loved one. Jesus was setting the stage to do such a thing on a much grander scale in the future for the joy of all. Should like to know more I’d be glad to share this assured hope with you. In the meantime, may your family provide soothing comfort and support to one another in this time of rememberance and reflection. Take care and much compassion and fellow feeling to you all.

  2. All of my love and warmth to Marjorie’s family and her many friends. I am a better woman for having her in my life.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook