Bernard Boutin

Laconia, New Hampshire

1923 - 2011 (Age 88)


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LACONIA - Bernard Boutin passed away the evening of Wednesday, August 24, 2011.He was born in Laconia July 2, 1923 and died peacefully after a short illness during which his family was constantly with him. Mr. Boutin was a well known New Hampshire native and was prominent in national affairs...

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Aunt Alice and Family, I just found out from my Mom about Uncle Bernard's passing. You all can be proud, he was a wonderful and important man who did much for many. You all are in my thoughts.

Bernie, Gay & Ryan ~ my heart goes out to you and your entire family during a very difficult time. Great memories of times past will eventually replace the sensations of hurt and loss. Believe.

As a kid in Belmont in the fifties I had the pleasure of working with Bernard's mother in the mill and getting rides to Laconia while hitching with his highly successful self-made businessman dad. Bernard and his sisters emulated the values taught them by their parents. Bernard is easily the most successful and prominent native to come out of Belmont. His family in this time of grieving should know that to have known Bernard was to have known a true gentleman and such was a honor.

I met Bernie Boutin in the middle 1950"s I worked with him personally with the "Knight's Of Columbus" He was a truly a respected human being. My Prayer's are with his family. Donald Murphy

Gay & Bernie, I just learned of your loss yesterday. My prayers go out to you both during this time.

My sincere sympathies to the Boutin family on the passing of a wonderful human being. I met Bernie in years past after he retired when I was associated with the Knights of Columbus as their general agent. Bernie really impressed me with his "down to earth" manner and his dedication and interest inthe Knights of Columbus in New Hampshire in his younger days.
May he rest in peace,

Sal Lucido
(retired general agent for the K of C)
(formally of Litchfield,...

It was so heart warming in seeing The entire Boutin family yesterday at the wake. Please know that you will always remain close to my heart, thoughts and prayers. I will always hold onto the wonderful and fond memories at "The Fort" Betty I love you so much. Be strong and hold onto your wonderful memories of your Dad.

Dear Alice,
I only read about your lost this evening and was going through the Burlington Free Press online, and I wanted to offer my sincere condolences. My dad, Emmett Kelley was a great friend of Bernie's and Tom McIntyre. It was Bernie who convinced my dad that St. Michael's was the school for me, and the experience completely changed my life.
My prayers are with you,
Mark Kelley
Berlin (Randolph), NH

To Joe, Eddie and all of "the Boutins"; so very sorry to hear of your father's passing. He made a great impression on me. Your parents meant so much to our parents. We will have Alice and all of you in our prayers. Most sincerely,