Leak Memory Chapel

945 Lincoln Road, Montgomery, AL


Jon Gregory Bouler

May 14, 1958June 11, 2019

Jon Gregory Bouler, devoted Husband, Father, and Grandfather, passed away on June 11, 2019 at the age of 61. Jon was the owner of ASR Refrigeration and a graduate of Liberty University. He was a faithful believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. He was preceded in death by his father, Buster Bouler; and mother, Ruth Bouler. Jon is survived by his wife, Nancy Bouler; sons, Jonathan Bouler and Christopher Bouler; brothers, David Bouler, Steve Bouler, and Paul Bouler; daughter-in-law, Randa Bouler; granddaughter, Katherine Bouler, and grandsons, Matthew Bouler and Joseph Bouler. Visitation will be held on Friday, June 14, 2019 at 9:30am at Leak Memory Chapel, with a Celebration of life at 10:30am, led by Paul Spargo. He will then be laid to rest at Forest Hills Memorial Park; Pallbearers to include: Jonathan Bouler, Christopher Bouler, David Bouler, Steve Bouler, Paul Bouler, and Jimmie Washington. The family would like to extend special thanks to Encompass Hospice for their excellent care. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy for the Bouler family may be made at www.leak-mc.com.


  • Buster Bouler, Father
  • Ruth Bouler, Mother
  • Nancy Bouler, Wife
  • Jonathan Bouler, Son
  • Christopher Bouler, Son
  • David Bouler, Brother
  • Steve Bouler, Brother
  • Paul Bouler, Brother
  • Randa Bouler, Daughter-in-law
  • Katherine Bouler, Granddaughter
  • Matthew Bouler, Grandson
  • Joseph Bouler, Grandson

  • Jonathan Bouler, Pallbearer
  • Christopher Bouler, Pallbearer
  • David Bouler, Pallbearer
  • Steve Bouler, Pallbearer
  • Paul Bouler, Pallbearer
  • Jimmie Washington, Pallbearer


  • Visitation Friday, June 14, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Friday, June 14, 2019


Jon Gregory Bouler

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Randy Teeters

June 13, 2019

I went to college with Greg back in 1978. We were both in the same major and became very good friends. We were both married and we ended up sharing a duplex house together. We also worked together for Jerry Falwell. My wife Brenda (Newman) Teeters and I both have fond memories of Greg and Nancy. Greg and I both made two movies together in college. I got the copy of the first movie and Greg got the copy of the second movie. Greg and I shared a lot of time together between college and work. I know Greg loved Jesus very much. Brenda and I are praying for Nancy and the family.

Jennifer Booth

June 12, 2019

I remember so well the day Greg made Jesus the Lord of his life as an adult. The was an undeniable transformation in his life, Joyful, patient and trusting.
Later during a difficult season in my life, he and Nancy were so supportive.
He loved Nancy, Jonathan and Christopher so much!
My love, prayers and deepest sympathy for Nancy and all of your precious family.

Aaron Spencer

June 12, 2019

Greg ran the media ministry at Calvary when I first got interested in media technology in my teen years. He gave me the opportunity to be a part of the service and provided me with a set of skills that I would use throughout the rest of my life. Through the training I received, I moved on to doing professional a/v for concerts and events including a 5 season run in the NFL. I am now employed as the lead a/v tech for my church and I try every day to give the same chance and opportunity to others that he gave me. I am forever grateful to him for giving me the chance to serve and for the skills he imparted to me. He will be greatly missed but his influence will carry on. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time.

John and Mary Policastro

June 12, 2019

Our strongest memory of Greg is the blessing of the strength of his love for his children.

Bellinda Davis

June 12, 2019

Greg was a very kind and thoughtful man. He loved the Lord and he loved people. I can still hear his voice when he would see me and he would greet me with, “Hello, Ms. Bellinda. How are you.” When I started having health problems, He was very faithful and concerned, calling often to see how I was doing and telling me he was praying for me. When I came home from the hospital for the first time, he and Nancy came to visit, bringing four take-out orders from Cracker Barrel and the most delicious apple pie I think I’ve ever had. They brought four take-out plates so they could sit down and eat supper with John and me. They also brought a cozy afghan to cheer me up, which I still use today. The food was good and the gift was thoughtful, but the thing I appreciated the most was that they came to visit and spent time sharing a meal with us. Their kindness really lifted my spirits and I remember it fondly to this day. Greg and Nancy’s care for me in my time of need is what I will always remember when I think of Greg. He will be missed by all who knew him. Love and prayers for Nancy and all the family.