Jeffrey Landy

Obituary of Jeffrey Landy

HENDERSON HARBOR – Jeffrey Allan Landy, husband of Julie (Ludwig) Landy, 65, of Henderson Harbor died peacefully at home early Sunday morning after many months of courageously battling cancer.

Arrangements have been entrusted to North Country Cremation Service, a subsidiary of Cleveland Funeral Home.

Jeff grew up in Westminster, Maryland and graduated from Westminster High School with the class of 1970. He attended Frederick Community College.

Mr. Landy worked at Heagy's Sport Shop in Westminster, Koontz Concrete in New Windsor, North Carroll High School and New Windsor Middle School for the Carroll County Board of Education. He was most recently employed with Jefferson Community College before his retirement in 2014.

Jeff is a former member of Grace Lutheran Church in Westminster and the Dug Hill Rod and Gun Club, also in Westminster. Jeff was most recently a member of the Henderson Fish and Game Club. Jeff was an avid fisher and hunter, he enjoyed taking friends fishing in all seasons. He especially liked fishing for salmon, pike, lake trout and brown trout. Over his lifetime, Jeff harvested more than 100 bucks.  He also enjoyed hunting bear, turkey and small game. Jeff loved to sit by a campfire sipping a beverage with friends or go two-stepping with his wife.

Jeff was the son of the late William C. and Elizabeth M. Landy of Westminster, MD.  He is survived by his wife Julie Landy and his step-son Kellen Christopher Woods, his brother William R. Landy and his wife Barbara of Linwood, MD.; nephews Ryan C. Landy and his wife Suzanne of Urbana, MD. and Michael W. Landy of Linwood, MD; two great-nieces Ava J. and Emma E. Landy of Urbana. Jeff was also survived by many close friends. Everyone who loved him will miss him dearly.

There will be a Celebration of Life at Ryan’s Lookout Restaurant, 9290 NYS Route 3, Henderson, NY from 2 pm – 6 pm on Friday, July 14, 2017.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Jeff’s name to Hospice of Jefferson County or the Upstate Cancer Center.

Online condolences can be shared at www.northcountrycremationservice.com/