Everett Boulter
1924 - 2016
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Everett T. Boulter

1924 - 2016 Everett Theodore Boulter, 91, residing at 1825 West Emelita Ave. Mesa, AZ, died August 11, 2016 at Mesa, AZ. Ted was born October 3, 1924 in Boston, MA, son of Everett (Parlee) and Anna Dorothy (Walker) Boulter. Ted attended schools in Newton, MA, and graduated from Newton High School in 1942. He was a four year World War II veteran serving in the Pacific Theater. He attended Marietta College in Ohio while in the service and graduated from Boston University in 1948. Ted joined Vermont Securities, Inc. in Brattleboro, VT in 1949 as an Investment Broker. On August 26, 1950, in Brattleboro, he married Louise Marion George, daughter of the late Caryl and Marjorie (Ruggles) George. They first lived in Littleton, NH, then Brattleboro VT, and then they moved to Bennington and Pownal, VT, where they owned and operated the "Fife and Drum Motel" and the "Village Gift Barn of Vermont." He served as a Representative from Pownal and a district of Bennington, in the Vermont State Legislature in 1976-1978. They moved to Arizona in 1978 where Ted re-entered the Real Estate business and worked for various companies in the Phoenix area. In 1984 he worked at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park and in 1987 he worked at the Grand Tetons National Park, in Wyoming. In many towns Ted served in the Chamber of Commerce. While living in Brattleboro he was a member of the Rotary Club, serving as Secretary-Treasurer, and was a member of the First Congregational Church in West Brattleboro, serving as a Deacon and a Trustee. Besides his wife, Louise, survivors include four sons, Stephen, of Mesa, AZ: Eric, and wife, Sandra of Oracle, AZ; Andrew, and his wife Kathryn of Prescott, AZ, and Brooks, and his wife, Kathleen of Lakeside, CA; brother, Bruce of Lowell, MA; grandsons and step grandson, granddaughters, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Burial will be held at Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery in Brattleboro, VT at a time convenient to the family. Donations in Mr. Boulter's memory may be made to your favorite charity.

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Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Aug. 18, 2016.
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August 29, 2016
Dear Louise, Stephen, Eric, Andrew, Brooks and your families ~ My heartfelt condolences on the passing of Ted, whose twinkling eyes and bright smile in this well-chosen memorial photo give me the perfect way to remember him. His joie de vivre and sunny disposition likely inspired many, many people and I count myself among them.
I last saw him in 2002, when I briefly visited the Phoenix area. Uncle Ted & Aunt Louise & Stephen enthusiastically showed me around their home, neighborhood & community. They so easily make extended family members feel welcome and at home.
Mom & I will check in with Aunt Louise soon to hear how she is doing. As long as she's got all of you there, we know she'll be fine, but grieving can take a lot of time.
Again, our deepest sympathy for the loss of a stellar husband, father, grandfather, community leader and citizen of the world. May you all be bouyed by his loving spirit surrounding you.
Sue Bonior
August 22, 2016
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. We will certainly keep your family in our prayers. (John 5:28)
Nia
August 22, 2016
Eric, I am Stephen Latif's sister RoseMary. I remember your dad well. He was a wonderful man and a true patriot also. Stephen is here with us and without access to a computer at my mom's house. So as his big sister, he, I and my family send our heartfelt condolences.
ROSEMARY Valentine
August 22, 2016
We are so sorry for you loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Cindy and Dale Long
August 20, 2016
So sorry to see that your dad has passed away. On a lighter note, I remember him selling me a battery from his Lincoln for twelve dollars when his family was living in Pownal.

He certainly had a long productive life that will be remembered by all of those that loved him. My condolences to all of his family.
Gary Lampman
August 20, 2016
My condolences to the Boulter family, especially Andy, who was a friend of mine while we attended at Mt.Anthony.
Mark Powell
August 19, 2016
To the Boulter family, our deepest sympathy. May your family find strength in each other. From the days of high school to the cabin days to A&W restaurant, The Fife and Drum motel. Many cherished memory. Keep your faith and love with in your hearts, and cherish all memories.
Bonnie & Bernie McDonald
August 18, 2016
Louise and Sons,
We send our warm memories of the gathering of the Noyes and Boulter families.....
Martha and Rachael Noyes
Rachael Noyes
August 18, 2016
Dear Aunt Louise, Steve, Eric, Andy, Brooks, and families,

I am so sorry for your loss.

Our family will never be quite the same.

I feel like we just lost our Plymouth Rock.

Uncle Ted was a wonderful role model for all his career successes and a terrific example of dedication to his family.

I will forever cherish the memories from when we all lived close to each other in Vermont and visited often, and spent the holidays together.

No matter the occasion, Uncle Ted always found something to fix or to improve everywhere he went. When he came to Virginia for my wedding, I found him in the kitchen scrubbing my dish drainer tray!

I guess that is not a bad legacy to leave--always striving to make the world a better place than he found it.

And then of course, there is Uncle Ted's greatest accomplishment-his marriage with Aunt Louise and you wonderful BoBo Boys and all of your extended families.

Sending you my condolences and love, Robin
Robin
August 18, 2016
Dad - you were a great provider, supported four son's in their endeavor's, and were a heartfelt partner to Louise, your wife of 65 years. You proudly served; our country, your church in West Brattleboro, your communities through Rotary Club, and also your constituents in Pownal/Bennington in the Vermont State Legislature in the late 1970's. We will miss you dearly.
Eric & Sandra Boulter
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