Tanita L. Landry

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  • "My sweet angel. Its been 3 years since you left us. Not a..."
    - Patricia Hopkins
  • "Tanita...it's real late on 7/15...and you and Ry are both..."
    - Jen Macia
  • "I love & miss you so much sweet heart. Now a day goes by..."
    - Patty Hopkins
  • "Tanita you where someone we looked up to. Your always in my..."
    - Jackie Meuse
  • "Today is your birthday TT. I miss you so & always will..."
    - Patty Hopkins
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Salem, NH

Tanita L. Landry, 31, of Salem, NH died Thursday, July 14th after losing her battle against drug addiction. Tanita grew up in Laconia, NH and Salem, NH. She was a talented singer, songwriter and artist and she was an excellent athlete. Tanita enjoyed playing the guitar and loved animals. Tanita will be sadly missed by her parents, Edwin Landry of Salem, NH and Patricia Hopkins and husband Todd of Laconia, NH; her husband, Joshua Ledoux of FL, her sister, Shannan Landry of Laconia; her step-sister, Megan Maker of Nashua; her grandmother; Chrisy Jensen of New York, her Aunts and Uncles, Sherryl Jensen and husband Thomas Sharpe of Windham, NH, Stevie Jensen of Laconia, Freddy Landry and wife Pam of Wyoming, John Landry of Salem, NH, David Landry and wife Louise of Salem, NH and Thom White of Manchester, NH; her cousins, Andrya and Mike Huntsman, Alex White, Christine Landry, Heidi Landry, John and Jessica McKinnon, Tommy and Devin Sharpe and Nancy LaCroix. She was predeceased by her cousins, Bart Sharpe and Michael McKinnon. Visitation will be Saturday, July 23rd from 11:00 AM - 1:00PM followed by a Celebration of Life at 1:00 PM at Douglas & Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Salem, NH. In lieu of flowers, contributions to assist with funeral expenses may be made to Douglas & Johnson or contributions in Tanita's memory may be made to a local recovery center or Salem Animal Rescue League, 4 Sarl Dr., Salem, NH 03079. To send a message of condolence to the family, please view the obituary at www.douglasandjohnson.com
Published in Union Leader on July 16, 2016
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