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
Published by Brattleboro Reformer on Aug. 18, 2016.