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Stephen Joseph Boucher

August 24, 1952 — March 22, 2024

Stephen Joseph Boucher, a dedicated machine fabricator known for his unwavering work ethic and devotion to his family, passed away in Dudley, Ma. Stephen was born in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, in 1952. He served in the Army for 8 years, showcasing his commitment to his country.

Stephen’s true joy in life came from spending time with his beloved family. He cherished every moment shared with them, whether it was taking them rollerskating, attending concerts, or embarking on annual trips to Canada to visit his family, Lionel and Terese. His love for Guns N’ Roses and various other activities brought laughter and happiness to those around him.

A loving husband, father, uncle, grandfather, and godfather, Stephen’s proudest accomplishments were centered around his role as a provider for his family. His dedication knew no bounds, and he worked tirelessly to ensure their well-being.

In Stephen’s journey through life, he was predeceased by his biological mother Jeanne d’Arc Boucher, sister Cecile Testa, and adopted parents Lionel Poulin and Barbara Walters. However, he leaves behind a legacy of love and strength that will continue to inspire all who had the privilege of knowing him.

Stephen is survived by his devoted wife Donna Boucher; his son Matthew Boucher and daughter-in-law Sarah; his daughter Kerri Mullen and son-in-law David Mullen IV; Thérèse Rochette; grandchildren Brooke, Kirsten, Dominic, and Kendal; as well as brother and sister and-laws Pat and Tom Quinn, George and Rhonda Hannon, William Hannon, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Not to be forgotten are his cherished granddoggies – Hunter, Maggie, Pepper, and Stella – who held a special place in Stephen’s heart.

Stephen Joseph Boucher will be remembered for his hard work, kindness towards others, and the profound love he shared with his family. His presence will be deeply missed but forever treasured by all those whose lives he touched. May he rest in peace.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in loving memory to Care Central VNA and Hospice, 34 Pearly Lane, Gardner, MA 01440 or Dudley Fire Department, 128 West Main St., Dudley, MA 01571

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