Lavon Landry (Eichmiller)

December 31, 1934April 12, 2021

Lavon Eichmiller Landry, 86, of Monument, Colorado (previously of Covina, California and Jamestown, New York)passed away on April 12, 2021, in Victorville, California after experiencing a sudden stroke.

Lavon was born December 31st, 1934 to Wayne and Troney Hall. She is preceded in death by her late husband Donald A. Eichmiller. She is also preceded in death by her siblings, Waymon L Hall, Edith M Hall, Edythe F Teach, and Wilburn Ray Hall.

Lavon is survived by her husband Paul L. Landry and her five children, Dorvana (John) Hausmann, Pamela (Jim) Gruwell, Sharon (Doug K) Novy, Donna (Kevin)Tully and Brian (Michelle) Eichmiller.

Lavon was an avid sports fan. She especially enjoyed all levels of football, from Pop Warner through the NFL. She rarely missed a local high school game. On Sundays, she could often be heard throughout the entire neighborhood as she cheered on her favorite NFL teams. She also enjoyed attending Dodger and Angel baseball games during the many years she lived in Southern California. Lavon recently became a Rockies baseball fan and a Nascar enthusiast after moving to Colorado in 2017.

Lavon’s favorite hobbies consisted of yelling “BINGO” at the local bingo halls and adding to her extensive collection of lighthouses. She also loved spending time with her eleven grandchildren, Jimmy, Donnie, Mark, Kay Lynn, Ron, Patty, Vickie, Kristi, Kyle, Tiffany and Amber. Lavon also enjoyed spending time with her fifteen great grandchildren.

Lavon will be greatly missed by her entire family as well as her many nieces, nephews and friends. A memorial celebration of Lavon’s life will be held on Saturday, June 12th at 2pm at The Charter Oak Lighthouse Church, 4337 N. Sunflower Ave. Covina, California. You are warmly invited to join us in celebrating the life of this wonderful woman.


12 June

Memorial Celebration

2:00 pm

The Charter Oak Lighthouse Church

4337 N. Sunflower Ave.
Covina , California


Lavon Landry (Eichmiller)

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Sandy Yates

April 26, 2021

I did not know Lavon but I know many people who loved her. Love and prayers for all that loved her and those that were privilege to call her Mom Grandma and Great Grandma

Carl Hays

April 26, 2021

What a character!!! Lavon is one of a kind. God could only make one Lavon. She was such a riot to be around. You’d laugh til you guts hurt. That’s dear Lavon.

Betty Marek

April 25, 2021

So very sorry to the entire family for your loss. May all your special memories of Lavon bring you peace and comfort. May Our Lord welcome her into His loving arms. God bless each and every one of you.

Judy Merrill (Carter)

April 16, 2021

Some of my greatest childhood memories are of the summers when Lavon would come in from California and she and her girls and sister Ed would come to Gore, Oklahoma and see the Carter’s. Of course I would always have to go back to WildHorse Mountain in Sallisaw and stay with them so I could play with my best friend Pam. I loved playing outside with Pam and her sisters and cousins and listen to the Whippoorwill birds at night. Every time I drive down that mountain road I always think about the good times we had and how much love Lavon had for her mom, dad and family and enough left over for me.

Kimberly Olson

April 16, 2021

Love you and will miss you so much. 😘

Love kim

Donna Tully

April 16, 2021

You will always be in my heart. Love and miss you forever. I'm so grateful that I was given such an amazing mother. Love you, mom!!!