Richard B (Benny ) Landry

Born: Sun., Aug. 11, 1940
Died: Sun., May 6, 2018

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Northbridge- Richard B. “Benny” Landry, 77, formerly of Providence Rd., passed away on May 6, 2018 at Beaumont Skilled Nursing Ctr. in Westborough, where he had resided the past 8 months, after a period of declining health.

He is survived by two children Catherine “Cat” Landry of Shrewsbury, and Benjamin Landry of Shrewsbury; a sister Marguerite Landry of Northbridge; as well as many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by 6 siblings, Kenneth Landry , Russell “Buzzer” Landry, Joseph Landry, Albert Landry, Chloe Kurtyka, and Lorraine Fletcher.

Born in Millbury on August 11, 1940 Benny was the son of Joseph A. and Marguerite (LeMay) Landry. He was a Graduate of Sutton High School and worked for many years as a shipping and receiving manager for the former Bradlee’s Store in Milford. He lived for many years in Douglas and the past few years he spent in Northbridge. An all around sports fan, Benny enjoyed playing on the town softball and baseball leagues, as well as watching all sports on TV.

As to his wishes, Benny will be cremated and a burial of his ashes will be held at a later date where he will be laid next to his parents in Millbury. To leave a condolence message for his family please visit: www.JackmanFuneralHomes.com.

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Paul & Mary Landry
   Posted Wed May 09, 2018
Dear Catherine, Benjamin & Nana, we are sad at the passing of your father/brother Benny, he was a good guy that we didn't see nearly enough.
Paul & Mary

Brett Fulone
   Posted Sun May 13, 2018
My sister and I enjoyed many, many good times with “Uncle Ben” as kids. He was one of my first soccer coaches in the Douglas Axemen Soccer League in the early 80’s, and all the players knew him as Uncle Ben too. I remember the sleepovers, visiting the brook, his love of Wheaties with blueberries, Sports Illustrated magazines, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Montreal Canadians. Most of all, I remember fondly the New Hampshire trip with him and Aunt Tina. Nothing but good memories!

Was sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his children and his family.

Alan & Annie Landry
   Posted Thu May 17, 2018
Cat, Benjamin & Nana, We are so sorry for your loss. Your in our thoughts.

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