This Valentine’s Day Trackside pays tribute to Henry “Bud” Boucher.
Henry (Bud) Boucher, age 73, of Wilton, died suddenly and peacefully Jan. 24, 2021, with his loving family by his side.
Bud worked tirelessly to promote and fundraise for Wilton’s civic organizations. He gave long hours to the American Legion Post 86 serving as an officer, was the Trackside Teen Center Board treasurer for 11 years, Wilton Rotary founder and two-time President, and a 4th Degree Knights of Columbus District Officer.
Bud was the voice of truth and reason on our Board. Devoted to keeping the mission of Trackside going strong, he brought wisdom, humor, and a depth of experience & insight that can’t be replaced. How lucky we were to serve with him. He will be missed; greatly.
The Board of Directors, Cindy Moser, John Priest & the entire Trackside community.
WALL OF LOVE
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