Albert Boucher, formerly of Lowell, died at his home in Montreal on Sunday after a long illness, aged 50 years. While living in Lowell, he took an active part in sports as pitcher for the C. M. A. C. ball club, the Centralville Blue and the Lyons club. He was a former member of the C. M. A. C. After leaving Lowell, he operated a billiard parlor in Montreal, where local friends used to visit while in Canada. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Blanche Boucher, formerly of Lowell, he leaves a daughter, Therese; his father Ludger Boucher; five sisters in Lowell, Mrs. Narcisse Foucher, Mrs. Adolphe Brassard, Mrs. Edmond Gendreau, Mrs. Jules Dumond and Miss Eva Boucher, and two sisters in St. Paulin, Canada, Mrs. Joseph Lesage and Mrs. Benjamin Lavalle. A brother, Alfred Boucher of Fifth avenue, Lowell, also survives. Funeral services were held this morning in Montreal.
Tuesday, April 06, 2010
The Obituary of Albert Boucher, Montreal, Quebec
Published in The lowell Sun Wednesday March 10, 1935, pg. 3.