Johnny Doyle Boucher (1925 - 2014)

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Johnny Doyle Boucher

Mt. Juliet, TN

Born in Nashville, TN on the 14th of October 1925 to the late Olie and Lenar Boucher, and passed away in Mt. Juliet, TN on the 18th of February 2014 at the age of 88.

As a U.S. Army veteran, he earned a purple heart for his service in WWII. He worked for CSX Railroad for 40 years, and was a member of Una Church of Christ and later Mt. Juliet Church of Christ.

He is survived by his bride, Mary Elizabeth Boucher, who he shared a lifetime of 70 years with; his daughters, Doylene (Ernest) Lasater and Alice (Dennis) Oldak; grandchildren, Keith Faulkner, Gaylene (Jay) Moore, Tammy (Jim) Reynolds, and Brandon (Tanya) Gann; great-grandchildren, Hayle Gann and Braylon Gann; step-grandchildren, Larnie (Lauree) Lasater, Kirk (Betty) Lasater, Amy (James) Spears, Doug Lasater, Brad (Michelle) Lasater, and Heidi Holliday; thirteen step-great-grandchildren; and sister, Dorothy Jackson.

Visitation from four o'clock until eight o'clock on Thursday evening, and again one hour prior to the one o'clock service on Friday, the 21st of February 2014 at Woodlawn-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions be directed to: Nashville Inner City at


Published in The Tennessean on Feb. 19, 2014
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