AGAWAM – Born on Independence Day in 1930 Thomas Henry “Poppy” Langan, Jr. entered eternal rest on April 14, 2020. Born in Hartford Connecticut, son of the late Thomas Henry Langan and Gladys (Martin) Langan, he was eldest of eight children. Tom grew up participating as a marching band drummer and instructor for St. Mark Church in West Hartford, the Hartford Police Association and Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Hartford. He owned several businesses including “Tom’s Antique Auto” during his life and loved to tinker with old cars and was a self-employed upholsterer. He always thought the fireworks on July 4 were intended as celebration of his birthday. Married to Irene (Remillard) Langan for 63 years, he was the proud dad and father-in-law of Thomas III and his wife Kathryn, Linda Madej and her husband Thom, Denise and her deceased partner Joe, Edward and his wife Darlene, Joyce Morante, and her deceased husband Ralph, a brother, Paul, and a sister, Darlene Falcetti. He was blessed with ten grandchildren, Arin (Langan) Wytas and Nate, Lindsay Madej, Thomas Langan, IV, and Michele, Sean Langan, Justin Madej, Michael Morante, Kevin Morante, Amanda Langan, Brian Morante and Laura, Edward John Langan, and a great-granddaughter Kaia Morante. He is pre-deceased by siblings William, Daniel, Patrick, Dorothy Valvo, and Beverly Roessler. The funeral will be Saturday, July 18, 2020 at 11am at the Browne Memorial Chapels, 43 Shaker Road with private burial. Calling hours are prior to the service on Saturday from 9 – 11. Please remember masks are to be worn and social distancing must be followed. For online condolences, please visit, www.brownefuneralchapel.com In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, National Processing Center, Box 96011, Washington, DC 20090-6011.