Photo courtesy of Birmingham Funeral Home

Arthur Herbert Landry

Stetson, Maine

May 11, 1945 - Jun 3, 2014

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Dot We just heard of Butch's passing. He was my favorite cousin and I always loved to stop by at Pushaw to listen to stories and have a great laugh. Hazel and I just can't believe it. My girls send their best. They loved it when he would visit camp.I remember how great he was to my mother and father.Just a great guy!! All our best. Alan & Hazel and the girls.

So sorry to hear of Art's passing. God bless.

My dear friend Art mornings at the breakfast table at the store are not the same. Rest in peace now and our deepest sympathy Dot and family. He was a very special man.

Please accept my deepest sympathies.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

We are so sad to learn the news of Butch's death. The West Coast Landrys have been sharing "Cousin Butch" stories ever since we heard. He was definitely an original, and if there are happy hunting grounds, I have no doubt that he is there. In his memory, the West Coast Landrys have made a donation to St. Jude Children's Hospital. May he rest in peace, and our hearts this week are with our family in New England.

So sorry to hear of his passing. I have fond memories of him over the years. He always made sure our visits were fun.
Cousin Jan (Landry) Hubbard

My deepest condolences to Dot, to Kenny and Lisa, and to all of the family. Arthur brought the best of human nature to all of his chosen endeavors. Every time I saw him he began with a different joke, and he would bid farewell by saying simply, "Keep smiling!" Those were the bookends; in between would be a largely enjoyable time, whether resolving a construction issue or planning on dinner from an ice-fishing catch. He was a genius plumber and a passionate sportsman, among the great...

I am so sorry. I was just thinking about memories of going to Maine and visiting the house on Pushaw and going ice fishing at East Grand when I was growing up. It was always a highlight to go to Butch & Dot's. Butch and dad are fishing in heaven right now. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.


Arthur's Obituaries

STETSON AND OLD TOWN - Arthur Herbert "Butch" Landry, 69 died peacefully June 3, 2014 at his residence. He was born May 11, 1945 in Bradley, the son of Eugene E. and Joan Delcina (Pelletier) Landry. Arthur graduated from John Bapst High School. He worked for Better Homes in Bangor...

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