Hundreds at memorial for a Brisbane mum who loved to dance and laugh

“Even though Mum’s life was cut tragically short, she lived a full one,” Ms Bleys said.

“Mum treated everyone equally and gave everyone a fair chance, no matter how they entered her life.

Daughters Shayne Probert (left) and Tabitha Bleys at the service for their late mother.Credit:Fairfax Media

“She made friends easily even though she was not as outgoing with strangers as she was with those she knew. And Mum loved hard.

“Mum was proud to be our mum and of the people we grew up to be. She was in awe of our family.”

Ms Probert, Ms Langham’s youngest daughter, said as a little girl she aspired to grow up and be a “mum just like you”.

“If I am half the mum you are, my girls will be so lucky,” Ms Probert said.

Before a congregation of hundreds, Ms Langham’s family vowed to keep fighting for justice.

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