Great Falls Tribune                                                                              October 11, 1994

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DAVID "BUZZ" BOUCHER

 

  GREAT FALLS - David "Buzz” Boucher, 59, of Great Falls, a former business owner, died

Thursday at a Great Falls hospital from complications of emphysema.

  His family requested The Daily News to publish his obituary.

  His funeral was Monday after noon, at O'Connor Memoria Chapel, with burial in Highland Cemetery.

  Born Jan 16, 1935, in Havre, he attended schools in Great Falls. During the rnid-1950s, he served in the U.S. Army.

  Following his discharge he returned to Great Falls.

  He lived in Kalispeli, worked for C & C Plywood and was a member of the Flathead Archery Club. He returned to Great Falls in 1965 and was a salesman for Frontier Dodge.

  In 1974, he began his own busi­ness, Buzz's Tree Service, which he operated until he became ill.

  Surviving are three daughters, Joni Vincent of Mansfield, Wash., Diana Burow of Enumclaw, Wash. and Barbara Jenkins of Kalispeli; three sons, Edward Neil of Plains, William Boucher of Fort Lewis, Wash. and David Boucher Jr. of Warm Springs; a sister, Sharon Scotese of Norforik, Va.; three brothers, Ronald Boucher of Arizona, Rick Fah of Las Vegas and Terry Fah of Missoula; two step­daughters, Rose Fisher and Mary Phillips; and a stepson, Delano Caffyn, all of Great Falls; eight grandchildren; and seven step­grandchildren.

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