Gabrielle I. Langhoff,71, of Sheboygan, passed away on Saturday, February 6, 2021 at Aurora memorial Sheboygan Medical Center. She was born March 24, 1949 in Milwaukee to Anthony and Laura (Cataldo) Sorci. Gabrielle graduated from Mesmer High School and attended M.A.T.C.
On January 30, 1971 she was united in marriage to Gary Langhoff. When Gary was attending UW Oshkosh, Gabrielle was an Executive Secretary at the John Strange Paper Company in Menasha. They moved to California when Gary attended Law School. At that time, she worked as an Aide for the California Department of Health. After raising her family, Gabrielle worked at JCPenney in the Cosmetic Department, and later at RCS for several years helping take care of clients who became very special to her.
Gabrielle enjoyed cooking for her family and friends. She loved animals especially her cats Maddie, Sadie, and Sophie. Shopping was her passion and spending time gardening was how she relaxed. Gabrielle had a heart of gold; she was always there for those who needed her and was a great friend to many. Her pride and joy were her family, she loved spending time with them creating lasting memories. Gabrielle is survived by her husband, Gary, of 50 years, two daughters; Vanessa (John Husa) Langhoff of Sheboygan and Marissa Langhoff of Los Angeles, CA, by her niece Andrea (Paul) Moriarity and nephew Aaron Hackney, sister-in-law Mary (Roger) Reichardt and their children; Travis, Adam (Iwona) and Roger (Tania). She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Antoinette Sorci and two brothers: James Sorci and Paul Sorci.
A Private family service was held in February for Gabrielle.
A Celebration of Gabrielle’s Life will be held on Saturday, September 18, 2021, at 12:00 Noon at Zion Covenant Church, 1125 North 6Th St. Sheboygan with Pastor Ethan Tews officiating. Relatives and friends may visit with the family from 11:00 AM until the time of service at the CHURCH. Masks will be optional. If you are unable to join the family, Gabrielle’s service will be livestreamed on her obituary page on the funeral home website.
The family would like to again express their gratitude to Jason Fedlin with Aurora Hospice for all his care, compassion and support, to the 2nd floor nurses and to Patti Christel for her years of friendship, love, and support especially in these last few days of her life.