The family of Lawrence J. (Larry) Landry are announcing his death on Wednesday, October 23. 2019 at his home in Winslow, Maine with family by his side. Lawrence was born in Waterville on June 21, 1934 to Felecite Giroux Landry and Henry (Babe) Landry. He did all of his schooling in Winslow. He was employed by First National Grocery Store for 19 years, after which he went into his own business owning a franchise for Pepperidge Farm Bread and Rolls. After selling this business, he and his wife established and built a good business known as LJL Pizza Supply Co., Inc. located on Kennedy Memorial Drive in Waterville, serving New England States and Canada with several sizes of pizza shells, breads, and rolls produced in their wholesale bakery. They also established a retail shop at the same location. The business was sold in 1985.\r\nLarry at one time was a member of the Knights of Columbus, a past member of the Waterville Elks Club and the Waterville Country Club.\r\nHe married Carmen Languet of Waterville on May 30, 1956. He was drafted in 1957 and served in the Army from 1957-1959. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, son Stephen and wife Dawn of Biddeford, Maine, son Paul of Winslow, son Anthony (Tony) and wife Celeste of Milford, Massachusetts, grandson Derek and wife Jessica of Oakland, Maine, grandson Donald and girlfriend Lexie of Biddeford, Maine and granddaughter Elise of Milford, Massachusetts. Great Grandchildren Julian, Keira, and Jaxson of Oakland, Maine, his brothers Jerome and Shirley Landry of Winslow, Valmond and Elizabeth Landry of Winslow, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.\r\nHe was predeceased by his parents and Godson Peter Landry. Visiting hours will be from 3 pm to 7 pm on Wednesday, October 30th at Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm Street, Waterville, Maine with a Mass of Christian Burial at Notre Dame Church, 116 Silver Street in Waterville, Maine on Thursday, October 31, at 10 AM. An online guestbook may be signed, condolences and memories shared at www.gallantfh.com A heartfelt thank you to the Northern Light Inland Hospice Group, Hospice volunteers, and home health aides. Without these people we would not have been able to keep our loved one home. \r\nIn lieu of flowers kindly consider a gift to the Peter Landry Memorial Fund in care of St. John School, 15 South Garand Street, Winslow, ME 04901.