Mark M. Boudreau June 11, 1959 - Sept. 14, 2021
Mark M. Boudreau, 62, Grampy, Dad, son, brother, friend and Jack of all trades, died quite unexpectedly, but peacefully in his Fitchburg home on Tuesday.
Mark was born in Leominster, the son of Phyllis (Caron) and the late Edward Boudreau. He attended Leominster schools and earned his associates in Fine Arts from Mt. Wachusett Community College. He always had a great eye for design and color, and worked in retail and interior design most of his career. Having learned much about building from his grandfather, he also spent a great deal of his life putting his skills and vision to work for friends and customers. He was always the first one with an idea of how to help and what to do on any given project, no matter what it was.
In his leisure time, Mark enjoyed musical theater, and participated in the St. Joseph PTO shows for years, both singing and building sets. He also enjoyed cooking and hosting meals with his family and friends.
Without a doubt, being a father and recently a grandfather, gave Mark his greatest joy. He truly loved his daughter and was so proud of the woman she has become. Watching the baby grow and change filled his heart.
Mark leaves his mother, Phyllis of Lunenburg; his daughter Melissa, her husband Doug Croteau and their son Brady of Fitchburg; his sister Lisa and her husband Fred LeBlanc of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; his brother Keith and his wife Dolly of Leominster; his brother Neil and his wife Cathy of North Andover, MA; his sister Julie Bergeron of Leominster; his former wife Katie Boudreau of Leominster; and his dear friend Joe Pilesky of Fitchburg. Mark also leaves eight nephews and nieces, and their five children, aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends and neighbors who have been important to him. He was predeceased by his father Edward.
Mark’s life was not an easy one, and he had many challenges, but he will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by those whom he loved and who loved him.
Calling hours for Mark will be held on Monday, September 20th from 5~7pm, with a service at 7pm in the Richardson Funeral Home, 106 West St. Leominster. Donations in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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