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Help send Lenny Langston home for Christmas
Posted by: Rhonda Hakim (ID *****0936) Date: November 21, 2002 at 22:21:11
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If you are looking for a Lenny Langston who is originally from Illinois and moved to California please contact me. He told me that he has 3 brothers and he may have a sister. He says he was born June 22nd but he cannot recall the year he was born. He appears to be in his 60's. He appears to have Alzheimer or some other illness causing him to have trouble recalling things. He says he at one time lived with his mother and then she died and he just left. He says he was working at one time in a Handicap facility. I'm not sure if he was working there or maybe he was really a patient. He is homeless in Anaheim, California He is a nice man, he is not the usual drunkard or drug addict that you see on the street. We have been talking to him for 2 years now trying to get info so we can locate his family. He barely gets around with a walker but is a determined and faithful Christian. I am in the process of trying to assist him into getting situated in a place that can care for him, however it would be nice to send Lenny Home for Christmas. He had a brother, I believe his name was Michael, who is or at one time was living in Tustin, California. Lenny has been between Tustin and Santa Ana and is now living on the streets in Anaheim. Please if he is any relation or you have any leads feel free to contact me at 714-750-9005.


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