Peter Steven Landry

February 18, 1957February 7, 2021

This February 7th, Peter Steven Landry took his final breath, surrounded by his loved ones. The sun rose and the world welcomed Peter on February 18th, 1957, a day the world became a little brighter. Peter lived a full and warm life, filled with compassion. Peter served his country as a Security Forces Specialist, Military Police, in the United States Air Force. He will be fondly remembered and sorely missed.

Peter is survived by his wife, Jackie Landry, three daughters, Erica Napolitano, Tiffany Mongold, and Vanessa Park, their husbands, Domenic, Robert, and Michael, five grandchildren, Myles, Colby, Ryan, Savanna, and Madison, his siblings, David Landry and Rich Landry, his cousin, Donnie Baranowski, and his nieces and nephews. A memorial service with military honors will be held at Bay Pines National Cemetery at 10000 Bay Pines Blvd, St. Petersburg, FL 33708 on March 19, 2021 at 3pm.


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Donald Baranowski

February 23, 2021

Pete was a true entrepreneur by today's business standards. He started off working in the back of his truck with very little capital and became a success. He always had excellent people skills and knew that his hard work would pay off some day. Pete was gentle, kind and giving and he will be missed. God Bless the entire Landry Family for their loss. Pete may you RIP.

Don Baranowski

Kate Morreale

February 18, 2021

I am so sorry for your great loss Jackie and family. Kate

Lorraine Czub

February 14, 2021

Jackie; I'm so sorry to hear of Pete's passing. He and my late husband, Bill, worked together at Springfield College. Pete also bought property near ours at the Cape so we spent a lot of time helping each other out with our properties. I will be going to Florida in March and it would be a pleasure to meet you and share Pete stories. I know your pain. Alternatively you can email me. My prayers are with you and your family. Lorraine Czub.

Jackie Landry

February 13, 2021


I am still in total disbelief. I don't feel as if I will ever be able to accept this really happened. I honestly don't want to.
We had so many plans.
This wasn't supposed to happen!..Not now...I was No where near ready.
I knew from the first time I met you that you were pretty special. I couldn't have imagined then, how incredible my life was going to be. And that is All because of you.
You were always there for me & the girls. Your warmth, love & kindness always made me feel like my life was a fairytale. You have been the most loving , selfless, hard working man I have ever met.
I wish every second of every day that I could undue what happened.
I so want to hear your voice again. The sound of your laugh always made my heart happy.
I am thankful I got to tell you everyday, how much I loved you, But , I would still give anything to have you back so I could tell you again & again.
Pete, how am i supposed to live without you?
I still need you.
I need one of those amazing hugs that I always told you made me feel so safe.
Please forgive me, for sounding so selfish . I am sorry.
I have felt much pain in my life, but Nothing compares to this.
My stomach feels so sick.
I don't want to sleep.
My heart feels like its torn wide open & bleeding.
I have worried and pray that you felt no fear or pain.
I need you to know this.....
I Will Never be Done Loving You. <3

Domenic Napolitano

February 12, 2021

Pete, we shared a lot of laughs over the years. You certainly weren't boring and always had lots of energy when your grandkids were around. I feel lucky to have had you in my life. Lucky for me I get a daily reminder of you, as your grandson Colby looks just like you. 🙂

You will be missed.

Kathy Bieg Berrena

February 11, 2021

Jackie, I am very sad to hear of Pete’s passing. He was a wonderful man who offered everyone help, kindness and will be missed by all who knew him.

Marty Redfern

February 11, 2021

Pete you were like a brother to me. We worked together for 8 and a half year. He was Kind and thought full and ever day of those years he thanked me for coming into work. On my last day with Pete, we hugged and cried like we would never see each other, but I was just moving on in my career. I loved Pete.

My heart goes out to his family as they have lost a great man and mentor.
I will miss you, Pete

John Bieg

February 11, 2021

So Sorry for your loss
Peter was a true gentleman and great friend we will miss him greatly and remember him fondly