Larry 'Morgan' Boulier

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Larry 'Morgan' Boulier

August 17, 1971 - January 07, 2019

Ashland Larry "Morgan" Boulier, 47, died unexpectedly January 7, 2019, at a Presque Isle hospital. He was born August 17, 1971, in Presque Isle, the only child of the late Larry V. and Ellen (Poitraw) Boulier.
Larry graduated from Ashland Community High School in 1990, and continued his education at University of Maine - Presque Isle, majoring in Political Science. After working several small jobs, Larry went on to work with WAGM Television in 1997. He dedicated himself as their newscast director and master control operator for many years and made many lasting friendships and relationships, whom he considered part of his family. He enjoyed spending time with his cousins, workmates, and especially spoiling his cat, Buddy.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Thursday, January 17, 2019, at St. Marks Church, Allen Farm Road, Ashland, ME. Relatives and friends may greet the family Thursday morning 10 a.m. until the time of Mass at the church. Spring interment will be in St. Marks Cemetery, Ashland. To share condolences online, please visit www.LajoieFuneralHome.com.
Published on January 11, 2019
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Kevin Hebert
Jan 15, 2019
To my cuz Larry,Morgan,Toto,you well be missed,we didn't see each other very much but when we did it was meaningful and now you have mom and dad back and all the others we miss so much,see you on the other side,till we met again love you cuz...
Tom Deschesne
Jan 12, 2019
As I see a great friend pass on, I regret I have only met Larry on Facebook. I grew up in the same town as his dad and we were friends as well. I used to ask Larry lots of questions about his family and where they all ended up. He was always helpful and very nice to me all the time. I felt that he and I were as close as the friends I grew up with. I also considered him as a real buddy.
Gail Berry
Jan 11, 2019
Larry was very special, as everyone says he was kind and giving person. Rest In Peace my friend, you will be missed.
Sandra Boulier Thornton
Jan 11, 2019
I only knew Larry a little but the few times I did he was always pleasant. His dad was my first cousin. May he rest in peace.
paula benson
Jan 11, 2019
so sorry to hear about larry he was a very nice person to know he was kind and caring he loved his cats I was room mates with his mom in the nursing home
Nancy O'Clair Conley
Jan 11, 2019
This is where the line, "Gone but not Forgotten", is appropriate. It's hard to believe you've left us, but you will always be remembered along with your Mom and Dad. Oh, what a blessed reunion!