Lloyd N. Lang Jr., 60, a retired Army lieutenant colonel who worked for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, died of a heart ailment July 15 at the Washington Adventist Hospital.

Col. Lang, who lived in Adelphi, was born in Appleton, Wis. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin and entered the Army in World War II. He served in the Caribbean during the war and in Korea during the conflict there. He also served in Vietnam. His military decorations included the Legion of Merit.

He moved to the Washington area when he retired from the service in 1970. He worked briefly for the D.C. government and then joined HUD, where he retired in 1975 for reasons of health. He earned a degree in accounting at the University of Maryland.

His first wife, Nancy Lang, died in 1972.

Survivors include his wife, Constance of Adelphi; two children by his first marriage, Lloyd N. III, of Burbank, Calif., and Karen Cooper of Alexandria; three stepchildren, John Panzone of Laurel, Gary Miller of Adelphi, and Karen Custer of Bowie; his mother, Mrs. Lloyd N. Lang Sr. of DePere, Wis.; four brothers, Robert, of San Diego, Calif., William, of Jasper, Ind., Jack, of San Antonio, Tex., and James, of Oneida, Wis.; a sister, Nancy Schlafke of Green Bay, Wis., and five grandchildren.