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Maurice Joseph Landrin III

10/12/1941 - 06/04/2020

Maurice Joseph Landrin III (Joe) was born 1941 to Maurice Joseph Landrin Jr and Martha Litlebo Landrin. He was the oldest of 4 children. He is preceded in death by his wife of 51 years, his parents, 2 of his siblings, his sister Pat, and brother Stephen, and his daughter Kathleen. He is survived by 5 children, 19 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren and 1 great, great grandchild. He was a Vietnam Veteran who loved his country. He met his eternal companion Marianne at work in 1968 and married her that same year. Marianne brought her 4 children (Carolyn, Dewey, Jim, and Allan) into their family. They had 2 more children together (Joey & Kathleen) in 1970 and 1971. Joe always provided for his family both financially and spiritually. He never considered Marianne’s kids as “step kids”, but as his own. As a “stepdad” he “STEPPED UP”. His most enduring trait is the way he doted on his beloved wife; he always put her first. He is a great example on how to take care of your spouse and family. He is the best husband, father, and friend you could have and will be dearly missed.

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  • Joe was an amazing example to me. Always real, kind to others, expressive of his opinion, and so loving to his beautiful wife. I was blessed by his sense of humor and his devotion and faith in Jesus Christ. His hard work and independence always amazed me and inspired me to do better. I will miss his smile and encouragement he so freely gave!

  • Sylvia Rose Taylor

    I offer my condolences to Joe’s beloved family. I was extremely blessed to have met my cousin Joe, albeit electronically, about ten years ago. I met him through the Church, in an attempt to learn more about my father’s birth family. Joe’s grandfather Maurice was my father’s half-brother. Their mother was Désirée Ginoux. I am eternally grateful to Joe for sharing his gifts (his extensive genealogy research) and for his kindness, generosity, for inviting this connection to take place, and most of all for the subsequent healing. God bless Maurice Joseph Landrin III. May your Memory be Eternal!

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