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Mylo David BoucherMarch 27, 1976 ~ December 15, 2017 (age 41)
Mylo David Boucher, age 41, passed away at his home in West Jordan, Utah from cardiac arrest. He was born on March 27, 1976 to David L. Boucher and Christine D. Boucher Kuester in Pocatello, Idaho. He was a country boy and loved spending his time outdoors; hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, shooting, riding ATV’s and getting into mischief. He was married four years to Renee T. Boucher and they had a son named Kane in 2003. Kane is a special needs child and Mylo adored him. He would spend as much time as he could with him and talked about him all the time. Mylo had many hobbies and loved Star Wars and Ninja, collecting knives, computer gaming and had a bearded dragon named Izzi. He liked working with computers building them and writing programs. He was loved by all who knew him. He had a longtime relationship with girlfriend Lindsey Jackson and they enjoyed traveling and being together. Mylo worked at BioFire Diagnostics in Salt Lake City and will be missed by his co-workers and many friends.
He is survived by his son Kane Boucher, girlfriend Lindsey Jackson, Parents David and(Darlene) Boucher, Chriss Boucher-Kuester, Brothers; Jesse (Traci) Boucher, Capt. Joshua (Lindsie) Boucher, sister; Amber Boucher, nephews; Colby, Ethan, Emmett, and Lincoln Boucher. Stepbrothers; Jared Lewis, Brian Kuester, stepsisters; Kim (Troy) Taron, Lisa (Troy) Meyer, Marci (Chris) Nichols, Staci (Matt) Peterson, Rachel (Mark) Miner and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by Step father Donald Paul Kuester in 2016 and Grandfather Fredrick Roddy in 2017.
Thursday December 21 there will be a viewing held from 10:00 to 11:00 am at the LDS Lakeview Ward building, 2045 Churchwood Rd, Pine Canyon (Tooele), Utah. Services will follow at the same building. Interment will be in the Tooele City Cemetery with his father David Boucher dedicating his grave. A luncheon will be provided afterwards by the Lakeview Ward Relief Society for family and friends. Thank you to all who have provided comfort and assistance during this difficult time.