Thread: Rest In Peace, Roadster32
03-17-2017 09:09 AM #1
Rest In Peace, Roadster32
Steve Lang, who posted on CHR as "roadster32" and ran Langy's Rod Shop in the UK, passed away in his sleep this morning. It's a sad day. Steve was one of the good ones, always trying to help the other guy, and never, ever negative to anyone. May he Rest In Peace.
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A very sad day indeed, Rest In Peace Steve.
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This world just loss one of the most talented people we have seen god bless and rest in peace Steve
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So sorry to hear this. Steve was a great guy and an awesome fabricator. He made awesome things from scrap. RIP Steve.
1940 Ford Deluxe Tudor 354 Hemi 46RH Electric Blue w/multi-color flames, Ford 9" Residing in multiple pieces
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RIP Steve, always inspired by his work.
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I can only echo what has already been said... an awesome talent but an even greater human being.
I'll miss his updates and unique creativity.
Thanks for the heads up Roger.
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My heart has done a horrible somersault on reading this news as I always come here first before Faceache so hadn't heard about Steve. RIP brother, you fought a mighty battle that sadly the outcome was against you. My condolences to Sue and family at this time. I would like to thank Steve's good friend Jason for caring the burden of filling back orders etc for Steve's business and trying to keep the customers happy, all the best and the greatest respect to you young man for the way you stepped up to the plate to help both Steve and Sue. The world has certainly lost an amazing man to not only his partner Sue and family, but the extended family in the hot rod world that Steve was a huge part of.
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Steve had more talent in his little finger than I've got in my entire body.
I always looked forward to his posts; he did some incredible work.
My sympathies go out to his family.
Rest in peace mate.
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Man, this stuff comes in waves, second online buddy this week to the demon cancer. They both put up a valiant fight. Steve's skill was a wonder, but I enjoyed his sense of humor even more. You'll be missed buddy............
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