Dorothy Jean (Crocker) Landry

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Lincoln - Dorothy Jean Landry, 95, wife of the late Edward "Jack" Landry, passed away Monday, September 9, 2019 at Colonial Health Care in Lincoln. She was born July 13, 1924 in Bridgton, the daughter of Alfred and Mildred (Inman) Crocker.
She attended schools in Winn, Maine and Everett, Massachusetts and was employed by Fratis Jewelry in Pittsfield and Osgood's Department Store in Lincoln for 25 years. Dorothy loved crocheting and always kept up with the latest styles and fashions. She was a member of Our Lady Circle #774, D.O.I. in Lincoln for 25 years.
Dorothy is survived by three children, Edward W. Landry of Palmyra, Glennes Porter of Lincoln, and Dale Landry of Lancaster, South Carolina; seven grandchildren; sixteen great grandchildren; fifteen great great grandchildren; and many nieces, nepehws, and cousins. In addition to her husband, Dorothy was predeceased by four sisters, Ada, Stella, Vera, and Glennis, and seven brothers, Arol, Alfred, Hiram, Lawrence, Kenneth, Reginald, and Phillip.
Friends are invited to visit with the family 6-8 P.M. Friday, September 13 at the Lamson Funeral Home, Clay Chapel, 7 Lee Road, Lincoln, where funeral services will be held 11 A.M. Saturday, September 14, with an hour of visitation preceding. Interment will be at the Lincoln Cemetery. Messages of condolence may be expressed at
lamsonfh.com
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Published on September 10, 2019
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Irene Leighton
Sep 14, 2019
Mrs. Landry was a very wonderful neighbor for many years. May the angels of our Lord wrap their wings around her soul. God keep her in your loving arms. With deepest sympathy to her family.. Gods peace.
Sep 13, 2019
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Andrea Gerry
Sep 13, 2019
Mrs Landry was the sweetest woman and every day when my kids were little if Mrs Landry was walking by our house she would make it a point to stop and chat with my oldest daughter Rebekah, they would exchange a hug and Mrs Landry would listen to my daughters stories who at that time was 5yrs old. As the years went by and the kids got older Mrs Landry would still take her walks through the neighborhood. I can still hear the “ hello Mrs Landry” from all the children who were so happy to see her. When her walks became less frequent I remember my kids would ride their bikes to her house just so they could see Mrs Landry. Mrs Landry will always be a wonderful memory for my family and especia...lly My oldest Daughter Rebekah.Read more
Karen Bento
Sep 12, 2019
Have many memories throughout the years a very special aunt she was loved her spunk will miss our visits you always made Me laugh. Fly high special lady keep them laughing in heaven😘
David Murchison
Sep 11, 2019
Heaven gained a very special woman when my dearest Aunt Dot passed. So many fond memories of her as a major influence in my formative years. My condolences to Edward, Glennis, Dale and families
Roger K Crocker
Sep 11, 2019
The times we went swimming at the lake in Lincoln when we were kids. Will never get those times back.

She always made sure we had something to eat every time we visited.
Wendy Grover
Sep 11, 2019
So sorry for your lost, I will always remember her smile and her time she spent at colonial health care assisted living. Sadly ☹️ missed and loved. Wendy
Norman and Kimberly Lander
Sep 11, 2019
Our family sends many hugs to you all. She had many loved ones to greet her when her journey was complete
Bradbury Blake
Sep 11, 2019
Many fond memories of Aunt Dot from growing up. She was always very kind to me, likely because I would admire her knick-knacks but never touch them! Through the years, she always mentioned that! When she worked at Osgoods, every year she would help me select something special as a Christmas gift for my mother. Aunt Dot had style and an engaging personality. God Bless You, Auntie!
Dale
Sep 11, 2019
Best MOM Grandmother anyone could ask for Love and miss you forever as I have Dad RIP. Love You forever
Linda Kimball
Sep 11, 2019
My condolences to Dot's family. She was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever know. Always so cheerful and friendly. Cherish your memories.
John & Tina Trainor
Sep 11, 2019
Dorothy may you rest in peace . You will be missed by all of us. You was a amazing person and great shopper. Our love and thought are with you and your family. Rest in peace my lady.