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“I love you KayKay & I appreciate all the memories ”
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Mr. Kayson Terrell Langhorn, 22, of Waterbury, passed away unexpectedly, on July 18, 2020, at Waterbury Hospital.

Mr. Langhorn was born August 3, 1997, in Yonkers, NY, a son to Keith Langhorn of Waterbury, CT and the late Preya Bowen.

"Kay Kay", as he was well known as, was educated in the Yonkers School System, until he relocated to CT, in 2011, where he continued his education. He created and shared many memories with his mother Preya at a very young age and had a very close relationship with her until her passing in 2006. He tattooed her name on his face as a constant reminder that she was with him always. Kayson loved watching sports with his father; basketball and football being his favorite sports. His teams of choice were the Cavilers and the Eagles. He often dreamed of becoming a professional basketball player. Although he was not on a track team growing up, he was a very fast runner. He was known to outrun anyone who would challenge him in a race (he got that from his father who was also a fast runner). He enjoyed playing video games with his siblings and was very competitive and loved winning.

He was very quiet but always greeted his family with a warm smile and an encouraging word that you would remember for a lifetime. Being overprotective over his family, he had an unbreakable bond with his siblings. They were known as "Three the Hard Way." Although he was the youngest of the three, he would often act as if he were the older brother. "Kay Kay" was blessed to have a "bonus brother" Iverson Williams. He was extremely close to them. He was often referred to as the child that had nine lives because of his agility and resilience to bounce back and his bravery spoke volumes.

Besides his father Keith, he leaves to cherish his memories three siblings; Keith Langhorn and Kayla Langhorn both of Waterbury, and Al'Lesha Faulk of Yonkers, NY, two nephews, and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Besides his mother Preya, he was predeceased by his brother Alfonso Faulk, niece Kaylise Langhorn, paternal grandmother Linda Ann Langhorn and maternal grandfather Walter Bowen, Jr.