BOUDREAU, George G, of Westwood passed on Sunday, January 3rd surrounded by his loved ones. George, who also answered to "Sparky" was 92 years old. Born August 7th, 1928 to Henri Laurence and Margaret (Sutton) Boudreau of Roslindale. George is survived by his loving wife of 67 years Constance (Cuddy) of Westwood. They raised their 10 children in Norwood and called it home for over 50 years. He was the loving father of Kathleen Roberts and her husband Gary of Swanton, VT. Therese Garvey and her husband Christopher of Saint Augustine, FL. Mary Grow and her husband David of Attleboro. Suzanne Bisbee and her husband Richard of Canton. George, Jr and his wife Susan (Kecher) of Newburyport. Judith, Michael, Claudine Gover and her husband Thomas, Brian and his wife Beverly (DiFlaminies) all of Norwood and the late Laurence Boudreau. "Papa George" was cherished by his 16 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren and 4 late grandchildren as well as countless nieces and nephews.
George grew up in Roslindale with his late brother Henri "Larry" Boudreau. George graduated from Roslindale High School as a three-sport athlete all-star captain and Class President of the Class of 1946. Upon receiving a full scholarship, George attended Boston University. After graduation, he married his beautiful bride and went on to work for Jordan Marsh and Bradlees as an artist and advertising director for over 30 years. When he wasn't working George loved to travel with his wife, get in a round of golf and for many years could be found relaxing at his summer cottage at White Horse Beach in Plymouth where he and his family spent countless summers enjoying life and creating memories. It was also one of Sparky's favorite spots to master his craft of photography. An award winning photographer, George produced thousands of beautiful images using his favorite Leica M Rangefinder camera. Most of his photo subjects were the things he found the most beauty in, flowers, sunrises, but mainly his family. He will always be remembered as the man with a camera in his hands and a smile on his face.
All services will be private. Arrangements by Holden-Dunn-Lawler Funeral Home in Westwood. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the charity of your choice in George's name.