OBITUARY

Jeffrey Michael Boucher

July 22, 1964August 30, 2018
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Jeffrey Michael Boucher, 54, passed away on August 30, 2018 surrounded by loved ones. Jeffrey was born on July 22, 1964 in Quincy, Massachusetts to Edward Joseph Boucher and Kathleen Tajc Boucher.

He is survived by his wife, Jennifer "Jenny" Boucher, sons; Evan and Landon Boucher, step-son, Wade Olive, parents, Edward and Kathleen Boucher, brothers; Chris Boucher (Linda), Gary Boucher (Dawn), sister, Danielle Forget (Matt), brother-in-laws; Will Jones (Mary), Tommy Jones (Jay), sister-in-laws, Kathy Melvin (Phil), Dino Page (Gregg), 8 nephews, 7 nieces, and pup, Snoopy.

Jeffrey was a member and faithful volunteer at Hope Community Church prior to his cancer diagnosis.

Jeffrey graduated from Weymouth South High School in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Jeffrey had a successful career in the mortgage, banking & finance industry. He had a passion for sports and enjoyed spending time with his family. Jeffrey loved Boston sports teams, especially the Boston Red Sox, Dallas Cowboys, UNC Tarheel basketball, and most importantly loved watching his sons play hockey. He was the founder of the Cary Dog Park Club and awarded the Town of Cary Herb Young Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service in February 2006.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, September 2, 2018 at 2:00 p.m., Apex Funeral Home Chapel, 550 W. Williams Street, Apex, North Carolina with a visitation to immediately follow. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that memorial contributions be made to Transitions Lifecare, 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, North Carolina. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.ApexFuneral.net

  • FAMILY

  • He is survived by his wife, Jennifer "Jenny" Boucher, sons; Evan and Landon Boucher, step-son, Wade Olive, parents, Edward and Kathleen Boucher, brothers; Chris Boucher (Linda), Gary Boucher (Dawn), sister, Danielle Forget (Matt), brother-in-laws; Will Jones (Mary), Tommy Jones (Jay), sister-in-laws, Kathy Melvin (Phil), Dino Page (Gregg), 8 nephews, 7 nieces, and pup, Snoopy.
  • DONATIONS

  • Transitions Lifecare

Services

  • Celebration of Life Sunday, September 2, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jeffrey Michael Boucher

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Gary Constantino

September 1, 2018

I knew Jeff from way back in school and through my brother. Jeff played hockey with us on my Mens league team. It was a crazy bunch of guys but we had a blast together. He was such a genuinely great guy who always cared about everyone. He is going to be missed greatly by so many people.
I want to send my condolences to his wife and kids and family. I’m so very sorry for your loss. I’m sure the kids will never forget what a great Dad they had and how much he loved his family. I’m sure he will always be watching over you all. RIP my friend.......

Kit McConnell

September 1, 2018

Kevin Hayes

September 1, 2018

My heart and prayers go out to Jeff’s family.
Jeff and I were the best of friends and inseparable for almost 5 years. He was as genuine as they come. I remember every weekend, before doing anything, we had to drive to his grandmother’s so he could wash her car inside and out. Who does that at 18 years old? Jeff did. Jeff and I did almost everything together we went to school together, we snuck out of school together, we snuck back in together (we had a pretty good system,) we double dated together, we worked together (that didn’t end well for me but it was his idea! He got me a job at a car dealership, it was great! We took all the new cars off the truck and drove them to the showrooms but after 6 months they found out, I only had a learner’s permit. He got in trouble for that one!), we went on spring break together (I won’t say anything Jeff,) and he sold me my first car (1970 Cougar) which I believe was his first car. Jeff was with me when I met my current wife for the first time, he said I didn’t have a chance... Ha! He hated being wrong, that’s why I’m surprised he liked Dallas so much!! Jeff was a great friend and person. Unfortunately, we lost touch, he moved to NC and I moved to FL, but we always thought alike. He became a mortgage banker and had three boys and I became a mortgage banker and had three boys.
Thanks for the memories Jeff

Sue Johnson

September 1, 2018

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Jeff at CTX Mortgage and later at Genworth. He loved God, his family and the Tarheels ( I never held that against him).The last 5 years were very difficult for him but he still put his family before anything else. I'm glad to have known him and called him a friend. Rest in Peace Jeff. You fought the good fight. Sue

Charlene Jones

September 1, 2018

I am very sorry to learn of Jeff's passing. We worked together at York Simpson Underwood Real Estate in Cary a few years ago. It was a pleasure to work with Jeff; he was always positive, friendly and very professional. Jeff was a kind man and a true gentleman, and it was always obvious he dearly loved his wife and sons. My sincerest condolences to his family.

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Biography

Jeffrey Michael Boucher, 54, passed away on August 30, 2018 surrounded by loved ones. Jeffrey was born on July 22, 1964 in Quincy, Massachusetts to Edward Joseph Boucher and Kathleen Tajc Boucher.

He is survived by his wife, Jennifer "Jenny" Boucher, sons; Evan and Landon Boucher, step-son, Wade Olive, parents, Edward and Kathleen Boucher, brothers; Chris Boucher (Linda), Gary Boucher (Dawn), sister, Danielle Forget (Matt), brother-in-laws; Will Jones (Mary), Tommy Jones (Jay), sister-in-laws, Kathy Melvin (Phil), Dino Page (Gregg), 8 nephews, 7 nieces, and pup, Snoopy.

Jeffrey was a member and faithful volunteer at Hope Community Church prior to his cancer diagnosis.

Jeffrey graduated from Weymouth South High School in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Jeffrey had a successful career in the mortgage, banking & finance industry. He had a passion for sports and enjoyed spending time with his family. Jeffrey loved Boston sports teams, especially the Boston Red Sox, Dallas Cowboys, UNC Tarheel basketball, and most importantly loved watching his sons play hockey. He was the founder of the Cary Dog Park Club and awarded the Town of Cary Herb Young Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service in February 2006.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, September 2, 2018 at 2:00 p.m., Apex Funeral Home Chapel, 550 W. Williams Street, Apex, North Carolina with a visitation to immediately follow. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that memorial contributions be made to Transitions Lifecare, 250 Hospice Circle, Raleigh, North Carolina. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.ApexFuneral.net