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Robert Francis Landry
December 1, 1968 ~ November 18, 2023 (age 54) 54 Years Old
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Robert (Bob) Francis Landry, 54, of Madison, Maine, passed away Saturday November 18, 2023, in the wonderful care of Gosnell Hospice in Scarborough, Maine.
Bob was born on December 1, 1968, to parents Armand and Sally Landry in Lowell, Massachusetts. He was the middle child and second 'musketeer' alongside his older brother, Jerry, and beloved younger sister, Nichole. He was an adventurous soul, a loyal friend to many, and a natural athlete growing up. He loved sports and is recalled by his daughter as always watching or listening to ALL the games. A true Massachusetts man, he was loyal to the Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins, and Celtics. He was also an impressive boxer, following in his father and brothers' footsteps; and prided himself in his training and knowledge of the sport.
His chosen profession and passion were obtaining his Master Electrician license; in which he was one of the best in his area. Unfortunately, an accident retired him early, but fortunately gave him more time to be with his children; daughters Lauren and Paula Landry and be the 'funcle' to his nephews Danny Jared 'DJ' and Seth Burns. His girls are fond of their memories growing up. Bob was a fun, but strict parent, but always made sure to make memories that counted. Summers were filled with camping and swimming, winters with ice skating and cozy nights by the woodstove. Bob also made sure there were always pets to love; dogs, cats, guinea pigs, and even birds; he was a true lover of animals.
He will be remembered by those who love him as loving, kind, loyal, hilarious, intelligent, thoughtful, and always the life of the party and the love of their lives. He was a man who deserved the world; and his family is glad he met peace in the end of one wild ride.
Bob's family will be hosting a celebration of life in his hometown of Lowell, MA in the warmer months to come and will reach out to loved ones with details after they have had time to grieve. Thank you to everyone who loved Bob for who he was, and keep fighting, as he would have wanted.