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Raynald Ray Boucher 19482020

Raynald (Ray) Boucher, 71,
passed away peacefully at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital on May 26,
Ray lived a life filled with
adventure and has resided and traveled from coast to coast. Even
overseas for a few years. His early occupations were equally varied,
some examples being deep-sea fisherman, miner, and lighthouse
guardian. It was in the 70s that Ray began a career in computing, at
the time when this field was growing rapidly. This eventually resulted
in a move to Fredericton, New Brunswick for consulting job in 1981.
The contract was only for six months, but Ray remained in New
Brunswick for the rest of his
Ray enjoyed the great
outdoors in all its forms, be it hunting, fishing, having a beer
around the campfire, or training and walking his furry companion,
Whisky. When not outside, Ray could usually be found reading a book or
watching a movie. He loved action and science
Ray is survived by his wife,
Jolene Ravary Boucher; son, Naxius Boucher; and younger brother,
Daniel Boucher.
We would like to thank
Horizon Health for all services provided to our family during Ray’s
battle with cancer, especially during these difficult and
unpredictible times.
At his request, there will
be no visitation or celebration of life at this time.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Raynald Ray Boucher 19482020..

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  1. I worked with Ray at Social Development and shot with him many times at the gun club. Ray was a terrific person, always with an easy smile and a willingness to help where he could. He will be missed.

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