Westchester Hills Honors Member for 60 Year Tenure
Long-time member Bob Landry celebrates golf—and wedding anniversary—at the club
(L to R) Mike Daly, Carmine Lippolis, Bob and Lou Landry
photo courtesy of Westchester Hills GC
In his six decades at Westchester Hills Golf Club in White Plains, Bob Landry has been a far-above-average loyal member. His dedication to the club was recognized on opening day this year with a proclamation from County Executive Rob Astorino and his designation as Honorary Member. Former club president Mike Daly bestowed the honor on Landry while Landry’s wife, Lou, looked on.
The honor was earned by Lou Landry along with her husband. The Landrys were married at Westchester Hills and celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary there as well.
Landry accepted the Honorary Membership and expressed his gratitude to the Board and Membership with these words, “There is no better place than Westchester Hills.”
In his 60 years at The Club, Landry has served several times on the Nominating Committee and has held numerous Board positions including Treasurer, Vice President and President. He also served on the Finance, House, Golf, Marketing and Admissions Committees among others. Landry is known as the “Unofficial Goodwill Ambassador” for Westchester Hills. Bob was honored by a past Board with the Frank Shanklin Award for dedication to the Hills Golf Program.
Landry founded the accounting firm Landry & Toole which has since merger with O’Connor Davies in White Plains where he still works each day.
Current Board President, Carmine Lippolis, presented the Landrys with a proclamation from County Executive Rob Astorino who proclaimed April 29th, 2017 as Bob Landry Day in Westchester.