Richard Leon Boucher

Richard Leon Boucher of League City, Texas passed away on October 1, 2021. He was born in Manchester, N.H. and spent most of his adult years in Limerick, Maine; Southlake and League City, Texas.

To know Richard was to love him, his larger-than-life personality, his infectious laughter, his deep love for his family and friends, and his unwavering faith.

Richard served in the Army from 1967-1970 and then went back to school to earn his degree in industrial technology and later his Master of Business Administration. He worked for GTE/Corning for 24 years. During his years at GTE and Corning, he worked in Standish, Maine; Luquillo, Puerto Rico; Keller, Texas and Reynosa, Mexico, where he was the Plant Manager.

Richard is survived by his wife of 49 years, Barbara, his daughters Leanne and Kara and their spouses Charlie and Doug and his three granddaughters Bree, Ellie and Sarah.

The memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 23, at 10am at Clear Creek Community Church, Clear Lake campus, 16743 Diana Lane Houston, TX 77062

In lieu of flowers please send donations to the American Cancer Society.


  1. Richard was an inner circle friend and patient of mine. We had many fun times watching Texas Ranger, Dallas Maverick, and other games through the years. He had a cool, snippy sense of humor! He was a compliant patient when he lived in Southlake.
    Richard is with our Lord Jesus and we will meet again, my friend!

    Dr. David Simonak

    David Simonak
  2. Richard was an inner circle friend and a patient of mine that I so enjoyed being around. We had many good times watching Texas Ranger, Dallas Stars, Dallas Mavericks, and other sporting events. He was a compliant patient of mine when he lived in Southlake. His cool, snippy, and funny ways were so cool to be around!!!
    I will miss Richard and he is in a better place with our Lord Jesus…love you, Richard. And pray for us…
    David Simonak

    David Simonak
  3. Richard was a regular member of our Friday morning Bible Study in Grapevine, Texas, for many years, until he moved to League City. To witness the work of the Holy Spirit in Richard during that time, was a powerful testimony. By the Grace of God we know that he is now with the Lord Jesus, who he loves so much. I will miss my friend but I will never forget him. I pray for God’s peace for Barbara, their daughters, and all of the family.

    Tony Boulton
  4. So Sorry for your Loss as Family ! I am Sorry for our Loss hear at the Ftiday Table in Grapevine. I shall always remember his Wit and Insight. He often if not regularly made be to think about aspects of the Holy Bible. Until we meet around the Throne of God, Richard, RIP!

    Michael Meek
  5. I, too, knew Richard as a regular member of a Friday morning Bible Study in Grapevine, TX, for too short a time. He moved to League City, TX before I had a chance to know him better. I enjoyed his sense of humor, the direct way he expressed himself, and his love for the Lord and his family and friends. Peace & Joy to Richard and his the family who survives him.

    Richard Anastasi

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