Audra Wunderly Langton

1934 ~ 2020


Oct. 15, 2020
8:00 AM
Salt Lake City Cemetery

Audra Wunderly Langton, 86, passed away October 4, 2020 in her home after a short battle with brain cancer. She was born September 22, 1934 in Salt Lake City to Rudolph and Julia Wunderly. She was the third of six children: Marleen, Laurence, Evard, LeeAnna, and Rey.

Audra married her sweetheart Hal on November 1, 1956 in the Salt Lake City Temple. He passed away in 1960 from complications with Guillain-Barre Syndrome. After his passing she served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Atlanta Central States mission. On March 21, 1963 she married Irvin A. Langton. She became an instant mother to his four children and together they had two of their own. Irvin passed away June 15, 1997. Since his passing Audra has spent countless hours helping others and always making time for her family. She worked graveyard shifts in order to be around during the day. She finally decided to retire at the age of 85 and with all the free time on her hands she made the most of it. She tried to travel as much as possible with some of her favorite trips taking her on the Amtrak train.

She is preceded in death by her parents, sister Marleen, and children Evon and Arnold. Audra is survived by her siblings, four children, and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren.

A graveside service will be held in her honor on October 15, 2020 at 2:00 pm in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. Services are provided by Larkin Mortuary.


We will miss Audra. She was always so cheerful when we saw her at Church or at Walmart. We are glad that we had the opportunity to know her. We send our condolences to her family.

- Alan and Debbie Korous

She was an amazing women, always sharing her love with those around her. Especially remember her as our choir director in Riverside Ward many years ago. Give our love to her family.

- Ron Cook family

What a sweet lady Audra was. Our association began in North Carolina where we served as missionary companions. I loved our time together in the mission field. She was a great example to everyone we met. It was my great opportunity to serve with her. Upon our return home, we both married and had our children at the same time, and tried to keep track of each other. When we came from Idaho for a wedding at the Salt Lake Temple, Audra kept our children with hers during our time at the temple.. We also enjoyed renewing our association with our missionaries friends together at the mission reunions. We send our love to her family in honor of their wonderful mother, Audra Langton.

- Marvel and Junelle Palmer Lind

To The Family,

I was so sorry to hear of Audra's death. I worked with her at Salt Lake Community High School (Horizonte) and she was such a good friend and confidant. I wish I would have paid more attention to her in her later years. I know she is in a better place with her loved ones and she has no more pain. I send my deepest sympathy and condolences to each of you. May God bless you in your grief and know that she was loved by many people. Love, Jolyn Geigle

- Jolyn Geigle