Georgette R. Boucher
PALM BAY, FLORIDA/ PASCOAG, RHODE ISLAND- Georgette R. (Bizier) Boucher, 80, formerly of Pascoag, RI passed peacefully at home on February 10th, 2013, alongside her family.
Georgette was born on April 12th, 1932 in Fall River, Massachusetts to Maria and Evode Bizier.
Georgette and her eight siblings, Roland, Louie, Arthur, Teresa, Bernadette, Anita, Ferdinand and Millie were raised in Fall River, Massachusetts. Georgette's parents moved to Fall River after relocating from Quebec, Canada. Georgette graduated from Catholic Fall River High School and shortly thereafter married Normand Bergeron. Her first child, Raymond, was born on September 8, 1952, whom Georgette raised as a widow upon Norman's passing until she met and married Theodore (Ted) Boucher on August 7th, 1954. Georgette became a stepmother, and soon an adoptive mother to Richard A. Boucher, who was born on July 19, 1947, Theodore's first born, as Ted had also been widowed. Together, Georgette and Ted had another child, Nancy, born on February 13 1960.
Throughout their marriage, Georgette worked both as a book keeper in her husband Ted's business Ted's Outboard Motor Service, located on Pulaski Boulevard in Bellingham, MA as well as a stay-at-home mom. Georgette was predeceased by her first husband, Norman Bergeron, her second husband, Ted Boucher, who passed away in 2007, and her son, Richard A. Boucher, who passed away on October 31, 2012.
Georgette is survived by her two children and their spouses, Raymond and Sue Boucher, who were her caregivers, and Nancy and Peter Bradley, many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Georgette was a petite woman, with a quiet voice, but a grand spirit. She was sweet, dignified, supremely well-mannered, gentle and elegant. Georgette shared a beautiful smile with everyone she encountered. She was always enamored with Ted and doted upon him with the energy of a teenager and the mutual adoration was wonderful to witness. She spent countless summers on Pascoag Lake in Rhode Island where she and her husband built a home, prepared dinner while her husband went fishing, played cards with neighbors, sat by an evening fire and simply enjoyed life with many family members and friends. Georgette will be missed by so many friends and family.
Memorial Funeral Service arrangements are being made for this summer, 2013 at St. Patrick's Church, Whitinsville, MA, 01588.