Geraldine Larsen Landry, native and resident of Baton Rouge, went to heaven on Monday, April 7, 2014.
She lived a full and rewarding 74 years. She is survived by her brother, James "Jim" Larsen and wife Frances Larsen, children Jimmy and Erica, and their families. Also survived by her daughter Kim Landry Blanchard and her husband Freddie Blanchard; their son, Matthew Regira; daughter, Geri Lynn Landry LeBlanc and her husband Greg Leblanc; their five children, Gregory Leblanc and his wife Wanda, and their two daughters Gracie and Emma Clayton; son, Alex LeBlanc and his wife, Kristin; daughter, Hannah Leblanc; son, Taylor LeBlanc and son, Johnny Leblanc. She is also survived by her son, Roger Lazard Landry and Melissa "Missy" Daigre and their children, Caleb Hebert and Addison Landry. She was blessed with many friends but especially her dearest, lifelong friends, Juliette Massey, Sandra Stevens, and Dorothy "Dot" Patterson. She raised her family in Plaquemine, LA. while working at Allemania Chemical Corporation. She ventured on to owning and managing Maternity Boutique in Baton Rouge for 8 years. She was an avid golfer and taught her grandchildren how to play and drive a gold cart. She enjoyed crocheting baby blankets, hats, and afghans for her loved ones. She also donated hats to cancer patients. She lived her later years in Houma, LA. helping Geri Lynn and Greg with their children and their automobile dealerships. She spent the last year of her life in Addis, LA. with her son's family, Roger, Missy, Caleb, and Addison, as well as her daughter's family, Kim, Freddie, and Matt. The family would like to thank Hospice of Baton Rouge, especially Pierre Baker, RN and caregivers Wendy and Shirley for all of their care and support. God Bless Mom. Visitation was held on Wednesday April 9, 2014 from 5PM-9PM at Greenoaks Funeral Home. Visitation resumed on Thursday April 10, 2014 from 10AM until Funeral Service at 12PM. Interment followed on the grounds of Greenoaks Memorial Park. Pallbearers: Matthew Regira, Caleb Hebert, Gregory LeBlanc, Alex LeBlanc, Taylor LeBlanc, and Johnny LeBlanc. She was a dear, loving mother and grandmother who will be terribly missed. God Bless Our Mom.