In Loving Memory Of
James “Jim” Landry
1949 - 2023

James ‘Jim” Landry, 74, of Moncton, passed away on Wednesday, December 20th, 2023, at the Moncton Hospital.

Born in Miramichi, NB, he was the son of the late James and the late Emerentienne “Mary” (Losier) Landry.

Prior to his retirement, Jim worked for 30 plus years with Canadian Customs.

He will be sadly missed by his spouse, Paul Chiasson and by his many many friends. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family.

He was predeceased by his sister, Carole and by his brother, Joseph “Joey”.

At the family’s request, no visitation and no funeral service will be held.

The family invites you to sign a book of condolences at: www.funerairepassagefuneral.ca.

Arrangements under the professional care of Passage Funeral Cooperative and Cremation Center, 625 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB, (506) 855-1145.

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32 comments

  1. We are deeply saddened by the passing of Jim . To you Paul our deepest sympathies.

  2. My sincerest sympathies to all family especially Paul , a kind beautiful soul , you will be missed Jim , rest easy , your work here is done ♥️♥️

  3. So sorry for your loss Paul,we have been thinking of you.
    Jim was one of the nicest guys, you were blessed to have each other.

  4. Our sincere sympathies to Paul, Jim’s family and friends. We’re so happy we got to know him.
    Patricia and Brian

  5. I still cant wrap my head around this great lost ,he was a beautiful soul,you will never be forgotten ,you’re name will be mentioned often.My deepest condoléance to you Paul and all who loved him .:(

  6. My deepest sympathy to Paul and everyone who knew Jim he was such a great man ♥️ xo
    Lucky I got to meet him few years back

  7. We will sure miss him. He was the nicest people in the Gay Community. We knew Jim for 40 Years. Paul may God Bless you. To all that knew Jim God Bless You All.

  8. I was deeply saddened to hear of Jimmy’s passing. We started to school together in Chatham Head, became great friends and went to the prom together. A fun evening shared by two good friends. Lots of great memories of days gone by. RIP Jim.
    Diana

  9. I’m shocked and saddened to know that Jim has ” gone home”. He was a beautiful person and had a wonderful smile. Always had a chat when we’d see each other. My sincere sympathies to Paul and his friends.

  10. So saddened to hear of Jim’s passing. His mother and Nathan’s grandmother were dear friends. Jim always treated her with such kindness and would always invite her to dinner or an outing when she would visit us in Moncton. Condolences to Paul and everyone who loved him.

  11. Nos sincères condoléances Paul. Malgré qu’on ne s’est pas vu très souvent, il était évident que Jim était une personne très spéciale. Claude & Jean

  12. So very sorry to be reading this this morning…Condolences to your spouse Paul on such a great loss….Thoughts and prayers at this difficult time from Judy (Jean & Buddy Russell’s youngest daughter)

  13. No better person than you, JIM.
    So thankful for your friendship.
    Say hello and give a hug to Sheila and Emily when you see them there.
    So long for now ♥️

  14. Jim was the best friend one could have. I have been privileged to have had him in my life for the past 50 years. My sincere condolences, Paul.

  15. We lost a great neighbor. There will be an emptiness felt in our neighborhood without Jim around. Bon courage Paul. Pauline and Fred Belliveau

  16. Mes sincères condoléances à Paul et à tous ceux et celles qui ont connu et côtoyé Jimmy. Repose en paix cher ami.

  17. So shocked and saddened to hear of Jim’s sudden passing. He was a true and loyal friend.. We had so many laughs in our travels together, in our younger years. His memory will live on with fond memories. So very sorry for your loss, Paul.

  18. Jimmy was my husband John Landry’s Uncle. He read a reading at our wedding. We were honoured to have him be part of our special day. He will be remembered fondly. Sending his loved ones all the strength they need to get through this heartbreaking loss. xo

  19. Sincères condoléances à la famille et bon courage dans ces moments

  20. My sincere sympathies to Jimmy’s family and friends. He was a great gentleman. I knew him growing up. May he Rest in Peace.🙏🙏🙏.

  21. So very sad to lose our dear friend Jim! He has been my good friend for over 30 years! We have traveled together, parties, dinners, laughed and cried!
    Jim loved to cook! And loved to share dinner with all his friends. Jim was a true gentleman!. He will be greatly by his partner Paul and all of his friends and family.

  22. Triste nouvelle !
    Sincères condoléances à toi Paul et tout vos proches. La présence de Jim dans le quartier va sûrement nous manquer .

  23. Jimmy est parti un soir de décembre 2023.
    Ce matin là, les soeurs Losier avaient reçu sa carte de Noël.
    Il était notre cousin germain mais aussi comme notre frère.
    Son attachement à la maison paternelle de Losier Settlement
    et à la grande famille de sa mère, tante Cienne, nous a permis
    de partager de nombreux moments touchants et joyeux en sa compagnie.
    Nous nous joignons à sa grande famille pour transmettre à Paul
    notre amitié en ces moments difficiles.
    Les cousines: Yvette, Émilie, Lucienne et Jocelyne Losier

  24. Suite au décès de ce cher cousin, mes plus sincères condoléances à Paul ainsi qu’à la parenté et ses ami(e)s. R.I.P.

  25. Paul, so very sorry to hear about Jim. He was a wonderful man–kind, good humored, loving and devoted to Kikki and to you. We loved to visit with him and talk about our dogs, what was new and life in general. He was upbeat and positive and a great neighbour.
    We will miss him; our heart breaks for you.
    Russ and Carol

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