Lynn Roger Bouck
December 10, 1947 – November 7, 2020
Lynn Roger Bouck, 72, died on November 7, 2020 at his home in Chandler, AZ after a lengthy illness.
Lynn is survived by his wife of 52 years, Maureen, his three daughters Kimberly Bouck, Kristin Bouck and Shari Bouck, two grandchildren Olivia Gloria and Luke Gloria, and three granddogs Tater, Pippa and Gypsy. He is preceded in death by his parents Ethel (DeFrenn) and Lyle Bouck, his brother Dale E. Bouck and his sister Patricia.
Lynn Bouck was born on December 10, 1947 in Owosso, MI and graduated from Corunna High School in 1966, where he excelled in baseball and track and field. Lynn spent 40 years in the construction and contracting business and was also a Master Electrician.
Lynn was a great family man and a very loving father. He was a big fan of Michigan football (Go Blue). Lynn was a licensed pilot in his earlier years and was an avid softball player. Lynn was a benefactor member of the NRA and loved his country and freedom. There are no services at this time but there will be a Celebration of Life in the near future.
In honor of Lynn, donations can be made to Hospice of the Valley, a phenomenal and compassionate organization.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Lynn Roger Bouck
November 22, 2020
Just learned of Lynn's passing and wanted to send our condolences to the family.
Dean Alliton and Judy Hazard
November 18, 2020
I am so sad to hear this news. As a kid, Jeff Washburn and I idolized Lynn and all the other Corunna athletes. We attended the track meets and pretended we were as good as they were! While it was sad to attend Jeff's celebration in December, I was glad to see Lynn and reminisce about Corunna. My condolences to the family. He was a good guy.
November 14, 2020
I only knew you for just over 20 years, but it felt as if I had known you my whole life. From the early days at Concord, with you showing me the ropes and supporting me, to you taking a chance on me by joining Hesse Companies when I opened it in 2006, we shared a lot. More importantly, it was the friendship I cherish most - welcoming us into your circle of family and friends like we were a part of the Bouck family.
Over the years you continued to teach and support me - introducing Lisa and I to guns and shooting, watching football together, meeting for lunch, drinks, etc., supporting me when my Dad passed, watching our dog for us when we lost everything including our house, helping me with law enforcement interviews when I was in the FBI process, listening and counseling me through my legal challenges, and patiently waiting to crack the Johnny Walker Blue Label when all was resolved - the list goes on. To summarize - you were always there for me and my family Lynn.
Although our chats became more infrequent over time due to distance and life, I thought of you often. I'll always remember your addicting smile, the unique laugh that would get anyone else around you laughing as well, the way you used to call me "Bud" when we talked about serious matters, and your strength and conviction - you were an easy man to respect Lynn, and your friendship was a blessing to me and my family.
I will miss you everyday Lynn, but the impact you left on me and my family will forever be in our hearts, along with your smiling face...we love you Lynn.
Maureen, Kim, Kris and Shari, we are so sorry for your loss and our prayers and love go out to each of you - your Husband and Father was a one of kind man, and the World is a better place because he was a part of all of our lives. Anything the Hesse Family can do for you, please let us know.
God bless - Lynn will forever be in our hearts.
The Hesse Family, (Scott, Lisa, Jake, Troy, Nicole and Robyn).
November 13, 2020
Dad I have more things to write I realized I wasn’t done.
You were my go to person for everything. I mean everything. Firestick downloads, Tv’s, computers, home repairs, car repairs, phones, EBay. I went to you for advice first and you were always there for me. I’ll miss our texts during the Cards games. It brought you so much joy knowing your athleticism and common interests were passed down to me.
I was going through Costco ads today and found myself wanting to text you for advice on a Samsung Smart Tv on sale. Normally I love the holidays now for the first time ever I don’t care. I need to be strong though since I have 2 kids that depend on me and I must find the joy in my life again.
You gave me my Ruger 9 mm just recently and thanks to Covid and your illness I never even got the chance to go shooting with you. You bought me a cleaning kit for it and I don’t even know how to take the gun apart. Now I’ll have to You Tube it. You gave me your last box of 9mm ammo after I told you I foolishly shot it at the range and I was going to meet up with someone I didn’t know well to get more ammo. You told Mom you did not want me meeting some random guy and you insisted on giving me the last of your ammo. Nothing in the world replaces you and your helpful guidance. You were so fiercely protective of your daughters even though we were well into adulthood.
Our family is not complete without you. Me, Mom, Kris, Shari, Olivia and Luke will miss you so much I can’t even properly express it. I’ve ugly cried every day the past month seeing you struggle with cancer and I was dreading the day you would be taken from us.
I will miss you every day for the rest of my life. I’m so grateful I had 48 years with you.
November 13, 2020
Dad, I don’t even know what to say. There will always be a big void in my life now that you’re gone. You were the best Dad, Grandpa, and Husband. You worked so hard your whole life to provide us with a great home and stability. You put up with 3 girls which in itself was an enormous feat. Everything I do in my life is because of you. You are the smartest man I know. You taught me everything I know. My kids will be forever grateful they had the chance to know you. We all miss you so much. I know that you will always be watching over us. I look forward to the day when we are reunited once again.
Love always and forever,
November 13, 2020
grandpa, i remember when i was swimming in the pool and i was jumping off the diving board and me and luke would race and try to get to the diving board first and we would try to get more jumps in than the other person or when we’d save drowning bugs in the pool.
i also remember when me and you and i would go to feed the birds in your backyard and let all the bird food go everywhere and in the usual spots so they would eat and we’d get in the pool and watch them eat the food.
i have so many memories and not enough space to fit them all in one place but i will always remember me and you would go in your garage and place games on your computer or even when we’d play chess or solitaire, i miss you so much and i’m always thinking of you
November 10, 2020
I can feel the tears building up and I’ve barely started typing. Over the 30 years I’ve been friends with your daughters I’ve gotten to know you in the process. You were always a gentleman, so warm and welcoming with me. I don’t think there was ever a time where you didn’t come up to me and offer to buy me a drink. You went out of your way to say hi and ask me how I was doing. Each time always saying, “Thank you for being such a good friend to my girls all these years.” If that isn’t heart warming I don’t know what is.
I will always cherish the short time I had with you the day before you passed away. I’ll be grateful in having those few minutes, with the help of Kris, over video to tell you that I loved you and to please visit me from “the other side” at any time to get a message to your family. Although you had difficulty in speaking in those last moments with me the one thing you said very clearly were those very words you’ve said for 30 years. “Thank you for being such a good friend to my girls all these years.” And I cried even harder as I knew I’d never hear that from you again.
Enjoy your new set of angel wings. I know you will put them to good use in watching over your family from the other side. You have the best seats in the house now for those Michigan games you loved so much. :)
Cheers from me to you in heaven,
November 10, 2020
Dad, I can't believe you're gone. The holidays won't be the same. Watching football won't be the same, all the things we did with you won't be the same. Going over to you and Mom's house won't be the same. I know you are still there in spirit.
Thank you for being my dad; for giving us a happy and stable childhood. You were my biggest fan when I went into the Army and you have always been there for me.
I am sorry this last year was so tough. I am relieved we were by your side.
Mom will be ok, we will look after her and cherish every day with her.
I love you always and forever,