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Mr. Charles "Chuck,YOYO" Landry
Graduated 1952

5335 Fredericksburg Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78229


Home Phone: 210-366-1511
Work Phone: --
Fax: 210-348-9177
Email: romachuck@aol.com

Summer Home May-Oct: 28 Arrowhead Rd.
Brookfield, Ct. 06804
Phone 203/ 775-8474
Just one hour from New York -give us a call if in the area.

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LANDRY, Charles A. “Chuck” Landry, Jr. 81, of Brookfield, CT and San Antonio, TX passed away on Sunday, August 19, 2012 surrounded by his loving family. Chuck was born on July 1, 1931 and celebrated a long and patriotic life, always keeping family in the forefront of his actions. Born in Napoleonville, Louisiana, he entered the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette, LA at the age of 16 where he graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Upon graduating in 1952, he joined the Air Force and made First Lieutenant in the Special Weapons division. Chuck spent the early part of his civilian career as an active member in the Jaycees. He held various positions in the organization including State President of the Louisiana chapter. The culmination of Chuck’s career ultimately led to becoming chairman of Landry Service Company (LANSCO) until he retired in 1999. Chuck lived the summer months in Brookfield, Connecticut and wintered in San Antonio, Texas. He touched everyone he met with his Texas/Cajun passion. “A Cajun likes to dance and laugh and sing when his week of hard work has ended,” as did Chuck every week of his life. Although he did not quite reach his goal of shooting his age, he sure came close and spent many days bonding with friends on the golf course. He had bragging rights for not just one, but three holes-in-one. It was rare to ever find Chuck idle. He loved hunting, especially back in Texas at the family’s ranch, fishing, painting, traveling, and helping others. He started the HOPE Charity Pro-Am Golf Tournament at South Shore Harbour Country Club in League City, TX and chaired the AIDS Project Greater Danbury. Between both events he raised over one million dollars. Chuck leaves behind his wife of 34 years, Roma Landry. He is also survived by two sons: Ken Landry and his wife, Jan, of Horseshoe Bay, TX and Mike Landry of Austin, TX. Three daughters: Laurie Landry Allen and her husband, Randy, of Houston TX, Robin Punzi Redden and her husband, Bob, of Ramsey New Jersey, and Renee Punzi and her husband, Marty Sanders, of Morro Bay, CA. Six grandchildren: Jason Landry, Jesse Landry, Bryan Redden, Kelsey Redden, Morgan Allen, and Kendall Allen. And one future great-granddaughter: Sloan Landry. In addition to his sister and parents Chuck was preceded in death by his son, Steve Landry. Funeral Services will be conducted Friday at 10:30am at St. James Episcopal Church, Danbury, with the Rev. Joseph Krasinski, Rector, officiating. Interment will be at the convenience of the family. Friends will be received on Thursday from 5pm to 8pm at the Green Funeral Home, 57 Main St., Danbury. A San Antonio memorial service will be held in the fall. Contributions can be made in honor of Chuck Landry to Department of Pulmonary Medicine, care of Danbury Hospital Development Fund, 24 Hospital Ave., Danbury, CT 06810. “Laissez les bon temps rouller Chuck.” You will be missed!

Published in Express-News on Aug. 22, 2012

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Cindy P. Landry | Micro Information Systems Specialist 1 University of Louisiana at Lafayette | Advancement Services
(337) 482-0928 | cpl1999@louisiana.edu