Landry, Naomi

May 30th, 2010

Naomi M. (Strob) (Abell) Landry, of Wilmington, died Sunday, May 30, 2010, peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family following a long and courageous battle with cancer.

She was born in Somerville, MA and was the dear daughter of the late William Sr. and Olive (Coleman) Strob. Naomi moved to Wilmington as a young girl and she was a graduate of Wilmington High School Class of 1955.

In years prior to her illness, Noami was a dedicated bookkeeper for many companies.

She also loved to do arts and crafts, she enjoyed trips to the casinos, spent many years in the bingo parlor, loved to follow her favorite game shows, listen to country music, and spend weekends with her husband at Weirs Beach.

First and foremost in Naomi’s life was her family, she enjoyed and cherished the time she spent with them. Noami especially loved the holiday seasons spent with her grandchildren who she adored and she was ever present at family cookouts.

She was also fortunate enough to marry her best friend and soul mate Raymond Landry 30 years ago. Naomi spent many years as a loving and devoted wife to Ray and he in turn took wonderful care of her throughout her illness.

Naomi will be remembered as kind and caring, she was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and good friend, she will be greatly missed.

Naomi was the beloved wife of Raymond J. Landry, Sr., devoted mother of Carl Abell and his wife Maureen (Bemis), Michael Abell and his wife Denise (Cunningham), and Steven Abell and his fiancé Cathy Morelli all of Wilmington, loving and devoted “Grammy” to Jillian, Kyle, Katie, and Harry all of Wilmington, step-mother of Tammy Garafano and her husband Howard of Texas, Janet Smith and her husband Gary of New Hampshire, Ray Landry, Jr. of Haverhill and Dianne Landry of Georgia, cherished sister of Ruthann Sampson and her husband Joseph of Wilmington, William Strob and his wife Pam of Tennessee, Joseph Strob and his wife Edith of Reading, Timothy Strob and his wife Marcia of Billerica, and John Strob and his wife Linda of Wilmington, Noami is also survived by many nieces, newphews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and dear friends.

Family and friends will gather at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave., (Rte. 62) Wilmington for a Funeral Service on Friday, June 4th at 11:00 a.m. Interment Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington. Visiting hours Thursday, June 3rd from 4-8 p.m.

Memorial donations in Naomi’s name may be made to Colon Cancer Prevention Project, P. O. Box 4039, Louisville, KY 40204.


20 Entries in Guest Book for “Landry, Naomi”

  1. Linda Strob says:

    Carl, Michael, Stephen and Family,

    Sorry about your Mom. She will be watching over you from a better place now and won’t be in any pain anymore.

    Jack and Linda

  2. Lorinda M. Chang-Fane says:

    You and your loved ones are in my thoughts and prayers, Kim…I am so sorry for your loss…

  3. Sheila Bemis says:

    Ray our thoughts and prayers are with you, We will always remember the good times we shared.

    Love Dan, Bev, Sheila

  4. Eric Strob says:

    Miss you Aunt Naomi.. Love you very much thank you for all the memories.

  5. Lauren Strob says:

    Rest in peace Naomi. I know you will be very missed and you were VERY loved.

  6. Charlotte Strob says:

    Aunt Naomi, You fought long & hard – be at peace now. I will miss you.
    Sending you lots of love -

  7. Ginnie (Sampson) Paiva says:

    Great memories and great times. I will miss you so much. Miss you so much Aunt Naomi. Uncle Ray, Carl, Michael, and Stephen – You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. Kim Strob says:

    I will always cherish all the memories of the time we spent together. I will miss and love you always.

  9. Richard & Shirley Garofano says:

    Our prayers are with the family.

  10. Jenn Embrey says:

    Aunt Naomi You will be Missed And Loved. Rest in peace

    Love, Jenn, Jason, RJ, And Tyler

  11. Deanna (Sampson) Marzolini says:

    You fly with the angels now but part of you will always be with me.You will be missed so very much. With all my love always your (God)daughter, Deanna

  12. Patricia Stokes says:

    So sorry about your mom. Our thoughts are with you.
    The Flaherty Family

  13. Carolyn Steed says:

    Naomi you fought long and hard. Our thoughts and prayers are with
    you and those you left behind. Peace be with you. You will be missed. Ray, Carl, Michael and Steven, so sorry for your loss.

  14. Colleen DeOliveira says:

    Uncle Ray and family you are in my prayers. Naomi fought long and hard to stay in the this world with you all. May she rest in peace with the angels and look over you from above.

  15. Barbara Reinhart says:

    Carl, Michael and Steve – I am so sorry to hear that your mom had passed. I know the struggles that she had faced the last few years and my heart went out to you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you now. Just know that your mom lives on through your thoughts, memories and in your heart. My sincerest condolences.

  16. Mary Teixeira says:

    Uncle Ray,

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


  17. Paula Haley says:

    Uncle Ray and Family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you.

  18. Donna says:

    “Nommi” has always been and will remain in my heart…thank you for the cherished memories Carl, Michael and Steve everyone really I am sorry for your loss

  19. Kathryn Abell says:

    I’m sorry I couldn’t be there to say goodbye – she will be missed.

  20. Gabe Cuningham says:

    Michael, Steven, Carl & Ray,
    We were fortunate to know Naomi. She was such a nice, warm person.
    Our sympathies go out to you ad your families.
    Love, Gabe & Carl Cuningham

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