Alasia Taylor Landry was born on July 22, 2000, as Joey Daniel Landry to Jennifer Landry and Errol De Pass Jr. She was primarily raised in Randolph by her maternal grandparents Keith and Elizabeth Landry of Randolph, MA. Alasia’s early education was in the town of Randolph, and she became a proud high school graduate of Stoughton High School in 2021 in Stoughton, MA.
Alasia was a loving, creative and highly independent person. She could light up any room with her presence and she had many, many friends. In 2021 she started working at a Jamaican restaurant in Randolph where she was becoming familiar with one side of her culture. She was very proud of her job and was loved by her customers and co-workers.
Alasia was a free-spirit and found joy in many things that people take for granted. She loved nature and if there was a tree in her sight, she would do her best to climb it. Dancing and running were often things you could see her doing. She kept herself in shape and could take off full speed in a pair of heels.
Preceding Alasia in death, her mother Jennifer Landry, and grandparents Keith and Elizabeth Landry.
Alasia is survived by her father, Errol De Pass, Jr., her brother Devin De Pass and sister Ivy De Pass, as well as her paternal grandparents Errol (Sr.) and Debra De Pass. She also leaves behind her special aunt Katlynn Landry and uncle Josh Landry, aunt Marcia Conlon, and aunt Kristian De Pass. She also leaves countless cousins, and friends whom she considered family. Alasia’s light continues to shine, she was an organ donor and by the gifts she provided allowed others to live on directly because of her. Alasia is gone too soon and will be missed by all who she encountered. May her soul rest in eternal peace.
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