Clara W. (Wrona) Boucher

July 29, 1930 - January 18, 2013
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Clara W. (Wrona) Boucher 82 of Ludlow died Friday evening in Baystate Medical Center. Born in Ludlow, MA, July 29, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Maciej and Antonina (Madry) Wrona. Educated in local schools she was a Communicant of Christ the King Church. Clara had worked for Baystate Eye Care, the former Ludlow Hospital, in Ludlow Town Hall, and as a school bus driver. She loved her yard, and garden and yard work. She missed her feline friend Elmer, and will be missed by Twister. She was the widow of Bernard P. Boucher who died February 16, 2004. She is survived by her loving daughter Diane Boucher and her husband Michael Beauregard of Ludlow. Also survived by extended family members and friends.

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Funeral services celebrating her life will be Wednesday, January 23, 2013, at 10:30 AM from the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home 64 Sewall St. followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial in Christ the King Church 11AM. Rites of Committal will follow in Island Pond Cemetery.

Island Pond Cemetery
Center Street
Ludlow, MA 1056

Christ the King Catholic Church
41 Warsaw Avenue
Ludlow, MA 1056


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Born: July 29, 1930
Died: January 18, 2013

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Elaine (Lewison) Hodgman posted on 1/21/13

Dee, I'm sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Elaine


Janet Chaconas posted on 1/22/13

So sorry to hear of Clara's passing. She was a dear sister-in-law to my aunt Mary Wrona. Mary always looked forward to Clara's cards and letters. Clara was very thoughtful and loving.