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Lloyd E Landry, Jr.

12/31/1952 - 07/27/2020

Obituaries For Lloyd E Landry, Jr.

Lloyd E. Landry, Jr., known to many as Lobo, passed away on July 27, 2020. Lloyd was a kind and simple man. He was selfless and enjoyed helping and giving to others. He served as Boy Scout leader where he loved being outdoors and teaching the scouts. He volunteered his time with the Red Cross during many storms. Lloyd retired from Local 53 Insulators Union and cherished his many co-workers and friends. Lloyd is survived by his wife Debra, two sons Luke and Mark, mother Birdie Landry, brother Gary Landry and wife Linda, three sisters - Judy Starrett (Lloyd’s angel and saint here on earth) and husband Rich, Wendy Thibodeaux and husband Ronnie, and Glenda McGraw and husband Carey. Lloyd is preceded in death by his father Lloyd E. Landry, Sr. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Maison de Fleur Assisted Living in Denham Springs for their loving care of Lloyd. As per Lloyd’s wishes, there will be no services. Rest In Peace Lloyd. Please sign the online guestbook at

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I was with my Mom this afternoon, and I read to her all of your kind words. Thank you all very much. It truly put a smile on her face. We are all lucky that mom had five children. We are there for each other and Mom, and are always prayer warriors for each other. and we are definitely blessed to have the extended family and friends that we have, and especially those who love Lloyd.
- Judy Starrett
So sorry to hear about the passing of Lloyd Jr. I have some great memories of the times we spent together as teenagers. Hugs to you all.
- Steve Landry
Lloyd was my first "childhood boyfriend." I have so many precious memories of our family's get togethers. Wish we had kept in touch more. Sending love and condolences to his family. Give my Mom and Dad and your Dad my love. RIP my friend
- Cindy Polk Horn
I'm so glad I was able to know Mr. Lloyd, even if only for a short while. Rest easy, you'll be missed by many!
- Brittany Curran
Lobo was always himself no matter who he met. When I was a newlywed he visited our first Connecticut home and taught me how to stretch hamburger meat and cook the onions to look like pearls when unexpected guests dropped by. He taught me how to use the rough green side of a yellow dish sponge to become a loofa for my dead skin cells. He taught my husband the necessity of caulking windows for New England winters. He reminded my neighbors that Louisiana did not call their parishes "counties" or "boroughs". He'd prefer RVs over subdivisions and begged to be known as an outlier before they became popular. Lobo was never neutral about any topic. He is the only one who was as claustrophobic as I am, "crying uncle" at the mere sight of an MRI. Lobo liked to be free, no one could tie him down, so angel's wings will certainly liberate Lobo for eternity. Rest peacefully
- Suzanne terrio
Lobo was always fun on family outings. I was lucky enough to go on camping trips with my Terrio cousins and Lobo was fun. He coached our female softball team (cousins and friends). He loved kids and loved his sons. He will be missed. We pray for the family and friends he leaves behind.
- Liz Sorey
Lloyd, Jr. had such a loving and cheerful spirit. I have so many happy memories of our fun times together while children. He was a wonderful person and I know he is free of pain and in a much better place now. John and I are both sending up prayers for Loyd, Jr. and his beautiful family. We love you all. Barbie and John
- Barbie Fabre
Lloyd was so sweet and was a big help to my mother Beryl when she lived at Maison des Fleur. He was a friend to so many there. I wish I could have visited him but they we locked down. Lloyd give mama a big hug up there for me!! Til we meet again friend.
- Jayna Robinson
Don and I send prayers and hugs to Momma Birdie and the family for the loss of a loved one He, indeed, was a gentle giant to everyone he met. Heaven had gained another Angel. He is now reunited with his father. Just know that he is at peace and free of pain. Blessings to the family Love you all so much!
- Olga Simoneaux
Mr.Lloyd was such a gentle giant. He loved to be outside in the sun, and talking with everyone. I don't think he ever met a stranger. He was loved by all who knew him, and will be missed. We will never be able to fill the void that he left in our hearts.
- Emma Yawn

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