Joan Boilard Cook

Bow, New Hampshire

Apr 30, 1948 – Oct 29, 2016 (Age 68)


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BOW - Joan Boilard Cook, 68, died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital in Lebanon.She was born in Portland, Maine, daughter of the late John P. and Mary (Conley) Boilard. She was a graduate of Cathedral High School in South Portland, Maine, and the University of Maine at...

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It is with sadness that I have just learned of Joan's death, especially since it came so soon after the death of her husband. Joan gave outstanding professional support to my sister over many years, and had the courage and heart to be more than that to her...a real person showing real care above and beyond. Thank you Joan.

So sorry to hear of Joanie's death. We were close friends at Cathedral High in Portland years ago.
Eleanor McDonald Turcotte

It has been written that, "Death is more universal than life; everyone dies but not everyone lives." (Sachs)
Joan and John lived a joyous life. God bless them both.

Dear John, Kim and Children,
Our sincere sympathy on the loss of your Mother. Joan was a dear friend for more than 40 years. We shared many good times together with our families. She will live on in our memories. Always smiling and making sure everyone around her was smiling as well. She was also a friend that was there when we needed her. May God Bless you all,
Carol and Bob Broadbent

Our sons grew up together and Joan and I always loved to talk about how proud we are of them both. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother and we are saddened by her loss at such a young age. Her enthusiasm for her family and for life always came through every time I was fortunate enough to see her. So sorry for John and his wonderful family. Doris Ballard.

To her many friends and family members, my Mom would've been pleased at the good feelings she generated during her life. God bless you all and may she rest in peace.

Thoughts go out to Joan's family - she was a wonderful woman, and role model. Joan taught me much about myself and I am so grateful to have known her. She was an excellent client advocate, a caring co-worker, and an important member of our Riverbend family. She will be thought of often and fondly.

Dear John and family, Please accept my sincerest condolences. Joan played bridge with my husband, Fred Graf, for many years. She was a wonderful friend and a great support for me when Fred passed away. I also knew her through her work with Granite State Independent Living. She was a kind and generous person and will be missed.

You were taken too soon Aunt Joanie; I am just so glad that I got to know you and that you were a part of my life. Love you always