December 2, 2008
On November 28, 2008, MICHAEL J. LANDRY, of Glen Burnie; loving father of Aaron, currently serving in the US Navy in Iraq, and wife Melinda; and Adrienne, graduate of Kansas and Columbia Universities, currently residing in New York. Adoring grandfather of Jacob and Hayden. Oldest son of Ira and Cecile Landry of Franklin, Louisiana. Served in the US Air Force, and graduated from St. John's College (Santa Fe, NM). Fond memories with the Eastern Shore Activity Club. An aerospace engineer at Northrop Grummon by day and celebrated ballroom dancer by night.
October 30, 2005
Lionel Landry, an author, language scholar and retired State Department employee, died of bladder cancer Wednesday at his Chestertown home. He was 86. Mr. Landry, a Rhode Island native, contracted polio when he was 3 and used a cane all his life, his family said. He developed a love for classical music and languages. He graduated from Providence College in 1940 and earned a master's degree from Harvard University in Romance languages a year later. Mr. Landry, who was fluent in Spanish and French, taught English at the Centro Colombo-Americano for the U.S. State Department during World War II. He then became an assistant professor of Romance languages at Georgetown University.
September 22, 2006
For years, the Ravens have wanted to have a thumper in the secondary, a defensive back with a strong physical presence. Interestingly enough, the Ravens finally found a safety who causes receivers to flinch because they refused to do so. Ravens@Browns Sunday, 4:05 p.m., Ch. 13, 97.9 FM, 1090 AM Line: Ravens by 6 1/2
November 8, 1990
Former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry said yesterday that because of out-of-town commitments he would be unable to accept owner Jerry Jones' invitation to be inducted into the Ring of Honor this season."
November 17, 2007
Dawan Landry was such a pleasant surprise as a rookie with the Ravens last season that he received the biggest bonus the NFL provides through its performance-based pay subsidy, more than doubling his base salary of $275,000. A fifth-round draft choice out of Georgia Tech, Landry beat out Gerome Sapp for a starting safety job and had 89 tackles and five interceptions, the most of any rookie last season, tying Ed Reed's franchise record for a first-year player. The circumstances for Landry this season have been a lot different, and so have the results, at least those that can be measured on the stat sheet.
July 20, 1991
Former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry says he doesn't know if he wants to accept owner Jerry Jones' invitation to join the team's Ring of Honor.Jones said he may induct the franchise-building trio of Landry, Tex Schramm and the late Clint Murchison into the club's Ring of Honor this year."