Dr. Langeland passed away suddenly at his home in West Hartford, Connecticut on July 9, 2007. He was born in Saltdal, Norway in 1916. In 1942 he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Norwegian Dental School in Oslo. Dr. Langeland was a member of the Norwegian Underground Army. In 1935 he enrolled in the Royal Norwegian Horse Artillery for officer’s training which prepared him for his role during the war period 1940-45 when Norway was occupied by Nazi Germany. During this period, Dr. Langeland devoted all his effort to defending his beloved Norway. He had an honorable discharge as 1st lieutenant in September of 1945. The Norwegian state honored Dr. Langeland with the Norwegian War Medal with Star for his outstanding service to Norway during the German occupation.
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