Christopher Matthew Bouffard

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Matthew Bouffard

Christopher Matthew Bouffard, age 17, of Norwalk, died suddenly at his home on Friday, April 18. He was born in Stamford on November 1, 1996 and was the loving son of Michael and Ramona Macchio Bouffard of Norwalk.
Christopher was working at the Darien Library Café for the past year and loved his job, also volunteering there in his off time as a computer tech. He has been a life member of St. Matthew Church in Norwalk and had been an altar server there since the 3rd grade. He loved computer programing, paintball, anything with a remote control and was very proud to have a boating license. Most of all, Christopher loved life and his family.
In addition to his parents, Christopher is survived by his siblings Stephen, Catherine, Christine and Cassandra Bouffard, all of Norwalk; his maternal grandparents Linda and Victor Macchio of Stamford; his paternal grandmother Margaret Bouffard of West Haven and the late Richard Bouffard and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, April 25, 10am at St. Matthew Church, 216 Scribner Ave., Norwalk, with burial to follow at Riverside Cemetery in Norwalk. Friends will meet at church. Christopher's family will receive friends at the Magner Funeral Home, 12 Mott Ave., Norwalk on Thursday from 5 - 8pm. In lieu of flowers donations in his name may be made to St. Matthew Church.
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Published in The Hour on Apr. 22, 2014