Chad Landry, 38, passed away early Friday morning in Nashua. Chad was born July 28, 1983 to the parents of Jack Frost and Deborah Landry. His grandmother Betty Landry was a staple throughout his life.
Chad was well known throughout the city of Nashua. No matter who knew him, no one could dispute that Chad always had the best of heart. Chad was goofy, kind and the loudest of the bunch. He loved to make people laugh and never turned down an opportunity to socialize. Chad knew everyone. And everyone loved Chad. It is often joked that Chad is the only person who knows someone from the age of 7 all the way to age of 70.
No matter the circumstance, Chad always managed to find a way. He was charismatic and outgoing, never one to sit out. He had the meanest toe touch and could outrun anyone- all you had to do was challenge his talent before he was sprinting down the street proving you wrong. Chad had goals and a vision for himself. He envisioned, to one day, being able to use his life testimony as a power of example for the next person in need of hope. Chad made an impact in people’s lives and wanted to use his hardships as a way to make a difference.
Chad leaves behind his father Jack Frost, two younger brothers, Bronson Webster and Bryce Landry, and a beautiful son, Lucas, along with aunts, uncles and cousins.
Chad is preceded in death by his mother Deborah Landry and grandmother Betty Landry.
Relatives and friends are invited to Chad’s visitation on FRIDAY, September 10th from 5 until 8 PM at ROCHETTE FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION SERVICES, 21 Kinsley Street, Nashua. Burial will take place at the convenience of his family.
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