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Christopher B. Lang

Christopher B. Lang, age 59, of Kenosha passed away on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at his home. Chris was born on November 13, 1960 in Selkirk, Manitoba to Barry and Olga (Oshanski) Lang. His family moved to Racine when he was young and he attended local schools. Chris married Lisa Gaudio on August 1, 1988 in Las Vegas, NV and the couple later divorced. He worked for many years as a Journeyman Electrician for Great Lakes Electric and ECI. He started as a member of the IBEW Local 430 and then became a member of Local 127. Chris was an avid Green Bay Packers fan, enjoyed riding his Harley and was a member of the Violent Pansies Harley Club. His greatest joy was spending time with his family, whom he loved very much.

        He was preceded in death by, his parents; a sister, Janice Gumm and his nephew, Barry Gumm.

       Chris is survived by, three children, Jaimie (Michael) Harbit, Taylor (Stephen Madsen) Lang and Jesse Lang; two grandchildren, Lucy Harbit and Mia Madsen; his brother, Jeff Lang; his sister, Sandra Stevens; a four legged companion, Ol Blue Beans as well as other family and many friends.

         In accordance with Chris’s wishes, a private celebration of life will be held at a later date.

7 comments

  1. You will be missed Chris. We’ll see you on the other side. ❤😔

    • Bill and Teri Kirby October 14, 2020 at 11:38 am

      Chris, you were one of nicest guy’s out there! A soft spoken gentleman. Your smile and sense of humor will be missed! Rest in peace chris.

  2. We Love you Chris we’ll miss you and we’ll see you later

  3. You made riding fun! There was a style that made me want to ride more. You will be missed my man. If I do get to see you on the other side, I hope it’s on 2 wheels.

  4. Heather Johnson Zimmerman October 15, 2020 at 9:12 am

    Lisa, Jaimie, Taylor, Jesse and family,

    I am truly sorry for your loss. I am thinking and praying for you all.

  5. My condolences to the family and the pansies. I did not know Chris very well but he made me laugh when we did talk. I wish I could say something to ease ur pain. He was a good man and I have fond memories of him.

  6. Worked with Chris quite a bit when he was with Great Lakes electric. One of easiest guys I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with in the trades. Great electrician always went the extra mile and all around just a good guy. Was shocked to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family. He will be missed.

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