A funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Friday, April 25, at the Boston Funeral Home in Stevens Point.
Visitation will be at the funeral home from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday.
A memorial fund in her name has been established for the Lincoln Senior Center Education Programs.
Condolences may be offered online at bostonfuneralhome.net.
Mrs. Langton was born Sept. 18, 1923, in Tomahawk, a daughter of the late Hanford and Lilly (Wogsland) Sparks. She grew up in Tomahawk and graduated as valedictorian from Tomahawk High School in 1940.
She graduated from Central State Teachers College in Stevens Point in 1942.
She was married to Thomas Langton April 8, 1944, in Stevens Point while he was on leave from the U.S. Navy. He preceded her in death.
They settled in Stevens Point in 1945.
She worked at Montgomery Ward in the catalog department as a sales clerk and eventually became the bookkeeper and tele-typist, working for the company for more than 22 years before retiring in 1985.
She also did bookbinding from her home, running Langton Book Repair for many years until she decided to retire in 2013.
She was a longtime member of the Barbara Rebekah Lodge and Christian Science Church. She also was active in the PTA at the Jefferson, Emerson and P.J. Jacobs schools while her three children were in school.
She was a bowler and folk dancer in her earlier years. In recent years, she took classes in Spanish and painting at the Lincoln Senior Center.
Survivors include two daughters, Susan (Neil) Hodson, Bloomington, Minn., and Nancy (James) DeWitt, Rhinelander; one son, David (Patricia), Mosinee; one brother, George (Kathleen) Sparks; two sisters, Bernice Klos and Gertrude Hanson; one brother-in-law, Lynn (Ellen) Langton; one sister-in-law, Lolita Engebretson; eight grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
She was also preceded in death by one sister, Irene Sparks; two brothers, Harlow and Lloyd Sparks; and one great-granddaughter.