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Stanley Charles Landry
May 27, 1920 - September 10, 2015
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<div itemprop="description">It is with profound sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of a father, grandfather and friend on Thursday, September 10 2015 at Humber Memorial Hospital, Toronto, Ontario. At the age of 95 years old, Stan &ldquo;The Man&rdquo; Landry succumbed to old age and in true form he battled to the very end. <br /> <br />He will be dearly missed by his daughter Tammy McCarron who so lovingly looked after Dad for the past 22 years. He also leaves behind three grandchildren who he spent so much time with when they were growing up. He adored Danielle, Alicia and Patrick who will forever cherish the fond memories of living with Gramps their entire lives. Stan was best friends with his son-in-law Mike McCarron and loving uncle to Sandy (Caruk) and Tracy Chaklin. <br /> <br />Stan leaves behind many friends from the Humber Valley community where he was the gatekeeper of the very busy McCarron family home. He was also a fixture at the cottage where he became such an integral part of the Sunset Bay family. Stan was a courageous man who never gave up fighting for the life he was so grateful for. Our family takes great comfort knowing that Gramps is now sitting in his chair giving treats to Roxy and Gilmour, watching over us forever. <br /> <br />Stan will finally be reunited with the love of his life Elsie (n&eacute;e Brady) who was born in Carlyle, Saskatchewan, in 1919 before moving &quot;east&quot; to Toronto when she was 16 years old. They fell in love building airplanes at Dehavilland Aircraft in Downsview, Ontario. They married in 1946. After Tammy was born in 1958 they settled north of Toronto in Rexdale, where they lived comfortably on Dorwood Drive amongst loving family and friends. A big part of their lives was their relationship with their neighbours and Elsie's sisters Wanda Chaklin and Roberta Feather who lived blocks away with their husbands Cliff and Al. Their world was forever shattered when Elsie passed away in 1968 from breast cancer at the tender age of 49. The Netherley Road gang will be reunited forever! <br /> <br />Family and friends will be received at the Lynett Funeral Home (3299 Dundas St. W., 1 block east of Runnymede Rd.) on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A celebration of Stan&rsquo;s life will take place in the chapel on Wednesday, September 16th at 11 a.m. Following the service please join the family to raise a cheer and for a lunch reception at the Lambton Golf &amp; Country Club (100 Scarlett Rd., Toronto, 416-767-2175) to celebrate Stan&rsquo;s long and fulfilling life. <br /> <br />In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Cancer Society in the name of Stan and Elsie Landry. Online condolences at Please join us in celebrating the life of a man that we are so very proud of.</div>