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Isaac J. Landry, 22, of Auburn, sadly died on June 29, 2022, leaving his family and friends far too soon.
Born in Manchester on February 12, 2000, he was the son of Joseph M. and Lisa D. (St. Armand) Landry, both of Auburn. Isaac graduated from Pinkerton Academy in 2018 with honors and was a member of the French National Honor Society.
Isaac had an old soul, lived life very simply, and had no desire for a materialistic life. He loved to make people laugh and had an infectious sense of humor. He was often a “one man show” at the dinner table with his impressions, stories, and comedy acts. A favorite activity was playing Rummy with his Memere and talking with her in her native tongue.
He was especially close to his mother with whom he shared many interests including the love of reading, music, Wilson the big black dog, and the great outdoors. She is going to miss her special I-Guy.
In his teen years, Isaac played youth hockey for the NH Monarchs, the NH Flames & Pinkerton Academy. One of his best sports memories was competing in the USA Hockey National Championships in Salt Lake City, UT with the Manchester Flames, during which time he was also able to fly fish, zip line, and hike with his father.
Isaac was very curious, spiritual, and full of life. He loved the outdoors and nature. He was a hard worker and loved to stay busy. Isaac was also passionate about exercise and practiced mixed martial arts. Isaac previously worked as a camp counselor at the Boys & Girls Club, and recently worked as a mover, both of which he thoroughly enjoyed and took great pride in.
Above all else, Isaac will be remembered as a caring and loving son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend.
Isaac was loved by so many, including his parents, Lisa Landry and Joseph Landry, his brothers, Ethan M. Landry of Scottsdale, AZ, Aidan C. Landry and Evan J. Landry, both of Auburn; his maternal grandmother, Cecile St. Armand of Nashua; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
SERVICES: Calling hours are 3 pm-5 pm on Tuesday 7/5/22, with a memorial service beginning promptly at 5 pm at Lambert Funeral Home, 1799 Elm St, Manchester, NH 03104. **Immediately following the memorial service, please join the family at the Puritan Backroom to celebrate Isaac’s life.** In lieu of flowers, donations in Isaac’s memory may be made to: NAMI-NH (National Alliance on Mental Illness-NH), 85 North State St, Concord, NH 03301.
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
3:00 - 5:00pm (Eastern time)
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
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