In Memoriam : Russell Landolt
Russell H. Landolt - age: 69
(June 24, 1944 to August 08, 2013
A memorial service will be held Friday, August 16, 2013, at 2:00 p.m. at First Parish Congregational Church. The Rev. Dr. Douglas Nielsen will officiate.
Memorial contributions may be made to First Parish Congregational Church, 12 Beach St., Saco, Maine 04072 or Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, P. O. Box 336, Westbrook, Maine 04098.
Dennett, Craig & Pate, 365 Main St., Saco, Maine are in charge of arrangements.
Scarborough Russell H. Landolt, 69, of Southpointe Drive passed away August 8, 2013, at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. He was born in Highland, Illinois, June 24, 1944, the son of Kermit and Verna (Hitz) Landolt.
Russell graduated from Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois, with a B.A. (history major) and later earned a Master of Divinity from Eden Theological Seminary, Webster Groves, Missouri. He was an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ and went on to serve congregations in Pennsylvania, New York, and Vermont.
While in Vermont, Russell began working for AAA and transferred to their South Portland, Maine office in 2004.
Russell enjoyed baseball and was a loyal St. Louis Cardinals fan. He and his wife Jean enjoyed traveling and cherished their trips to the U.K.
He was a member of First Parish Congregational Church in Saco, Maine, and was privileged to serve on several committees there over the years. Members of the “Top of the Hill Gang” were particularly near and dear to his heart.
He is survived by his wife Jean of Scarborough, brother Roger Landolt and his wife Margie of Pennsylvania, niece Lisa Cope and her husband Joel and son Alex of Vermont, and nephew Jim Landolt and his wife Bess and sons Sam and Ben of Virginia.
The Landolt family would like to thank the dedicated members of the medical community who treated Russell with unfailing kindness and support, with special thanks to Dr. Peter Amann and to Dr. Frederick Aronson and his extraordinary staff at Maine Center for Cancer Medicine.