Sharon Landry


I have lived in the community for 40+ years. My husband and I owned and operated Landry’s Cleaners for 38 years, before closing in 2015. We raised three children in our town, and were highly involved in their activities – ball, hockey, ringette, school sports, and others. I was a founding member of the original Daycare board, and in 1995 I began the first of two terms on town council. I am most proud to have been a committee member of the North Peace Housing committee, and being a part of bringing the Harvest Lodge to Fairview – ironically I am now employed there part time.

I have been a member of the Foundation for three years, and I feel very fortunate to be a part of a group with the best of interests in the health and wellness for the residents of our area. I was the chairperson of the committee responsible for building the Frederick Spirk Medical Clinic – a perfect example of the Foundation and its investments in the community.

Six of our eight grandchildren are being raised in our town and i will continue to have a vested interest of our community and its wellbeing.