In Memory of




Obituary for Roxanne C. Landry

KENDUSKEAG - Born October 11, 1961 our mother Roxanne C. Landry, passed peacefully while holding the hands of her daughter and middle son on Saturday, January 22, 2022 at 5:00 P.M at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center. She was the youngest child born to Jesse and Betty Loveland of Bar Harbor Maine one fall day. She was welcomed and adored into her brother and sister Jesse and Candace's arms. On January 20th Roxanne accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior into her heart. She is now home with her family

She loved her children and grandchildren very much and always looked forward to spending time with them. Roxanne was predeceased by her parents, and husband Butch "Romeo" Landry. Roxanne is survived and will be remembered by her daughter Melanie A. (Mills) LaPoint and granddog Louie of Penobscot Maine; son, Joshua S. LaPoint, fiancee Meredith Podgurski and granddaughter Grace Mae of Wilton Maine; son, Jacob D. LaPoint, wife, Kimberly Shorey and grandson, Isaac of Bucksport Maine; son, Eric F. LaPoint, fiancee Heather Russell, grandsons Brody, Wyatt, granddaughter Brooke of Swanville Maine; sister, Candace and brother-in-law, Donald Winton of Ellsworth, ME,; brother, Jesse and sister-in-law, Janice Loveland of Ellsworth, ME; (Like a) second daughter, Amanda Savoy of Stockton Springs, and dearly loved boyfriend, Wayne Robbins of Kenduskeag, as well as her furry children, Trixy and Ray-Ray.

If one were to ask you what Roxanne loved the most in life, it would be her children. She was always so very proud of them for whatever accomplishment they held in their life. If you were to ask what made Roxanne the happiest, one may say sitting at the beach on a nice summer day eating an Italian, or a "red snappa'h". She enjoyed "The Backshore" in Castine with friends in the summertime and riding on the back of the motorcycle with her boyfriend Wayne. They also enjoyed many trips to Old Orchard Beach as well as visiting Rockland and getting out for rides together. Mom could never seem to get enough of Bar Harbor though, as that was her childhood home and made it just as special for her children as they visited on school breaks and summer vacations. Mom loved spending time with her Uncle Jim, her aunt Nancy and Uncle Sonny in Trenton at their cottage eating clams and lobsters.

In Roxanne’s earlier years, she worked in Bar Harbor as a housekeeper, and carried those skills with a sense of pride all her life. There was not a floor, nor a sink in her home that you could not eat out of. Everything around her was spick and span. Her door was always open and would always offer a soda, or candy, or something to eat. She even had bowls of candy for the grandchildren to stuff their pockets with. It was always like trick or treating for them. She always made friends with everyone she met, and she always knew how to make them laugh. Her grandchildren were not only those with two legs, but rather everyone down to the furry ones too. Mom loved her animals that she gave a home over the years, she always made sure they were taken care of and had their bowls filled with yummy treats.

Mom will be remembered by many friends and people that have come into her life. There are so many friends and people whom she loved dearly and considered family. She was loved by all and had a heart that just wanted to love and be loved.

A celebration of life will be held this summer, with a graveside service in Bar Harbor, Maine. Date, and time will be determined.