Wakefield, Massachusetts

Jan 27, 1952 – Dec 24, 2017 (Age 65)


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BOUCHARD, John B., Jr. Of Wakefield, Dec. 24. Husband of Paulette (Beaudoin) Bouchard. Father of Elizabeth Bouchard and husband Eric Hofbauer of Jamaica Plain. Brother of Mary Ellen Bouchard of Arlington, VA and James Bouchard and partner Claudio Rotondaro of Los Angeles, CA. Stepson of Joan...

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Jack was definitely a family man. He loved his wife and daughter as much as anyone could. He loved to travel and see new places. He was devoted to his father while he was alive not thinking of dropping by for a visit at anytime even though it was a 2 hour drive to Wilbraham. He liked to include everyone he could at family gatherings and had a lot to say if asked. He will be missed.
John , Chris, and Marisa

My husband and I were blessed to know John as a next-door neighbor and friend for a dozen years on Greenwood Ave in Wakefield. We really got lucky with John and Paulette as our neighbors. John kept us amused with his wry and wily sense of humor, hearty laugh, and fun-loving and enthusiastic love of life. We were pleased to have him visit us twice after we moved to California, and we always enjoyed popping in to see him and Paulette any time we were back in Boston. Dave and I send our...

So sorry to hear of the loss of John. John was a good friend and neighbor. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. God Bless You John and may you Rest In Peace!

I am so very sorry to hear about John's passing. He was such a big spirit, who loved life and especially both Paulette and Elizabeth, whom he talked about all the time, just busting with love and pride. He was also a wonderful friend. I got lost on a company field trip to DC many years ago; it was late at night, in a city I didn't know, and I was really scared. John was the one who kept the buses from leaving without me, and kept looking for me till I finally landed back in the right place....

My heartfelt sympathies to John's loved ones. I worked with John at Bay/Nortel Networks for several years. My memories of working with John still make me smile. What I most remember is his warmth and kindness, his talent as a story teller, and what fun he was to have as a work buddy. At Christmas time, his creative Santa displays and holiday cubicle decorations were always a highlight.

I wish Paulette, Elizabeth and her husband and all of John's family comfort and courage to face...

Dear John, I am so sorry to hear this. You were more than just a work-mate, a fellow tech writer. You were a friend who brought me into your life, introduced me to your wonderful family, and gave me comfort and support when I was low.

May you be blessed and remain in light always. You will not be forgotten, by anyone who knew you. We had some good times together, and I so wish there could be more. Thank you for your life, your humor, your jokes, your love, and your friendship. Go...

Jack's light continues to shine in each and everyone who had the pleasure to know him. Keep his memory alive by passing that candle to others. My thoughts and prayers are with you all as you celebrate this wonderful person. May peace, love and healing be part of your journey in the New year and the years to come. God Bless and Keep you all.

I am so sad to hear about John's passing. I worked with John for years and have so many good memories of the fun and practical jokes he brought into the workplace. I met Elizabeth only once when she was very little and Paulette just a few times, but John spoke so often of them both, with such pride and love, that I felt that I knew them. I can't imagine how difficult this is for them both. The world has lost a good man.

May the God of all comfort never leave your side as you mourn the loss of your loved one in peace (Psalms 119:76).