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LANDRY--Helen T. 81, of Summit, NJ, on Friday, January 27, 2006. English teacher and librarian at Summit Middle School. Information: bradleyfuneralhomes.com
LANDRY--Lionel. On October 26, 2005. Beloved husband of Ruth C.K.M. Landry, father of Peter K.M. Landry, Lisa Anderson, and Christine Thevenard, brother of Paul Landry, Charlotte Lepoutre, and Jacqueline Johns, and grandfather of two. A Mass will be held on October 29 at 11:30 A.M. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, High Street Chestertown, MD. Interment will be held privately. In his memory contributions may be made to Habitat for Humanity Katrina Relief/Rebuild, 121 Habitat Street Americus, GA 3 ...
LANDRY--Alan Sullivan. 52, of 224 Edgewater Dr, Governors Island, Gilford, and NYC, died on Thursday, April 15, 2004. Mr. Landry was born June 24, 1951, in Arlington, MA, the son of the late Dr. Christopher and Barbara (Sullivan) Landry. Mr. Landry graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover, MA, in 1969, from Trinity College in Hartford, CT, in 1973, and also from Wharton Business School in 1975. Mr. Landry had been a resident of Gilford for the past 13 years, coming from NYC. He was president of ...
Tom Landry, who coached Dallas Cowboys for their first 29 seasons, dies at age 75; photo (M)
Tom Landry, the head coach who led the Dallas Cowboys to five Super Bowls as the franchise became known as America's Team, died yesterday in Dallas. He was 75. He had been undergoing treatment for acute myelogenous leukemia since May.
Tom Landry, former Dallas Cowboys coach, dies at age 75; photo (M)
LANDRY-Desiree C. On December 30, 1999. Resident of the West Side. Survived by cousins in Milwaukee, WI. Formerly worked in the Metropolitan Opera and a school teacher. Reposing Walter B. Cooke Funeral Home, 117 West 72nd St. Mass of Christian burial Thursday, 10 AM, St. Vincent Ferrer Church, East 66th St.
LANDRY - Jack. Sportsman, marketeer supreme, horse enthusiast and friend to all, he will be missed, but never forgotten. Pres. Screvane & the Skeeters
LEAD: For the last half-century, Tom Landry from Mission, Tex., always knew where he would be on his birthday, Sept. 11: around large men in pads and helmets. This National Football League season opens a day before his 65th birthday, and Landry will not be on the sidelines.
Landry, Robert J
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