November 18, 1951 - April 19, 2017
Manchester, New Hampshire | Age 65
Jacqueline Louise (Autotte) Boucher, 65, died April 19, 2017 at her home, after a 4-year courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Manchester, NH on November 18, 1951, the daughter Ernest E. Autotte, deceased in 1963, and Bernadette A. Miville, deceased in 1997.
Jackie graduated from St. Marie's High School in 1969. She retired from the Neurology Associates of Southern New Hampshire/Elliot Hospital River's Edge in 2016 after 18 years of employment as a patient services representative.
Jackie is survived by her daughter, Beth Suzanne (Boucher) Bentley and her husband, Keith A. Bentley, of Merrimack, NH, as well as her brother Laurent E. Autotte of Manchester, and her dearly loved cousin and roommate Madeleine M. Lamy of Manchester. In addition to her parents, Jackie was pre-deceased by her daughter Audra Lynn Boucher in 1983, as well as her brothers Roger P. Autotte in 1997 and Father Norman L. Autotte, OMI, Ed.D., in 2012.
Jackie will also be very much missed by the "Kelley Street Girls", friendships established in early childhood and continued throughout her entire life.
To all who knew her, Jackie will be remembered for the immeasurable love and abundant kindness she showered on family and friends. Jackie was an avid lover of animals sharing her life with many throughout her years, and would often care for others while their parents were away.
There are no calling hours. In lieu of memorial services which will be private, Jackie has asked for donations to be made to the following organizations: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (lls.org) and/or Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation (blueoceansociety.org). A private family gathering for burial will occur at Mount Calvary Cemetery in Manchester.
A celebration of Jackie's life for family and friends will be held at a later date.