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Stephen Scott Boudreau

July 23, 1969-December 18, 2016

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POSTED December 23, 2016 10:53 a.m.
Stephen Scott Boudreau

Stephen Scott Boudreau


 Stephen Scott Boudreau, 49, entered into rest suddenly on December 18, 2016 in Manteca. He was born in Denver, Colorado on July 23, 1969 to the late Lewis and Gladys Boudreau.
   Steve leaves behind his loving wife, Gilda Boudreau, of Manteca, his children: Steve Boudreau (Beatriz) of Manteca, Zachary Grozdanich (Christa) of San Jose, and Anastazia Grozdanich (Justin) of Manteca. Steve was blessed with one grandson Aidan “Peanut” Grozdanich. In addition he has two surviving siblings, Lewis Boudreau (Dru) and Dawn Mitchell (Randy).
   Steve was a Manteca resident for 15 years. He was raised in Sunnyvale, where he graduated from Fremont High School before making his way to the Valley. He worked for Irish Construction Company as a superintendent for many years. Steve was hardworking and dedicated; loved by his family and coworkers that were like family. Everyone whom Steve looked over worked hard, looking forward to Thursday, “Payday” Steve’s house was the meeting  ground to pick up their weekly check, but mostly to come together, vent and laugh. Steve loved his family more than words can say. His grandson, Aidan, was his best friend, he was truly the apple of Steve’s eye. His personality was like no other, lovingly sarcastic. Steve saw the good in everyone, as he became a father figure to others along the way. He will be remembered for his genuine spirit, the way he touched so many lives, and for being the most amazing husband, father, grandfather and friend.
  P.L. Fry and Son is honored to serve the Boudreau family. Services will be held on Thursday, December 29, 2016 at 1  p.m. at P.L. Fry and Son Funeral Home, 290 North Union Road, Manteca, CA.  Celebration of life to follow.

Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin
Saturday, December 24, 2016

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