Joseph O Bouley, May 11, 2018

Press Release

Danbury, NH-Joseph O. Bouley, 94, passed away Friday morning, May 11, 2018 at his son’s home in Harrisville, NH after a long illness.
He was born in Newport, Rhode Island on December 12, 1923 the son of Joseph O. and Hannah A. (Crossman) Bouley.
In 1940 he was assistant cook in Danby, VT for the CCC.  He served in the US Navy during WWII. Mr. Bouley was a carpenter for Wesley B. Woodward and Son and Clarence Granger both of New London, for Proctor Academy in Andover, NH and for Forrest Powers of Danbury, NH.  He also worked for H.P. Hood in Boston, MA.
Mr. Bouley was a 50+ year member of Kearsarge Lodge AF & AM #81 of Andover, NH, 35+ year member of Ionic Ragged Mt. Chapter #20, The Order of The Eastern Star of Franklin, NH and a 40 year member of the Danbury Volunteer Fire Dept.
Mr. Bouley was the holder of the Boston Post Cane in Danbury.
His wife, Marilyn (Hiner) Bouley, died in 2000.  Members of his family surviving include his son and his wife, Paul J. and Jayne Miller Bouley of Harrisville, NH; grandsons, Jonathan J. and his wife, Tracy Bouley of Gilbert, AZ, Michael L. and his wife, Jennifer Bouley of Troy, NH and Benjamin C. and his wife, Candace Bouley of Troy, NH; great grandchildren, Ashley, Mariah, Evan, Alyssa, Nicholas, Natalie, Noah, Chantal, Brayden, Shelby, Alden and Arianna; a great great grandson, Roman; a sister-in-law, Burnette Bouley of Keene, NH; nieces and nephews.
A graveside service was  held on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 11:00 A.M.  in Riverdale Cemetery, Danbury, NH.
Memorial contributions may be made to Ionic Ragged Mt. Chapter #20, OES, 8 South Main Street, West Franklin, NH  03235.
Chadwick Funeral Service of New London, NH is assisting the family with arrangements.