Daniel Clifford Boulet

Daniel  was born to Larry E. and Dorothy F. Boulet February 7th 1951.
Raised in the Seattle area he saw much of the city grow during the nearly 60 years of his life including the construction of the Space Needle from the top of a cedar tree in the back yard of his family home in the Wallingford district. He eventually moved to California where he trained to be an Anesthesia Technologist and returned to the University of Washington where he met his wife Barbara. They married on September 3rd, 1982 and had two children, Alicia and Jonathan, in Lynnwood, WA. He enjoyed and was very talented at many different things including music, cooking, photography and competitive shooting at the Kenmore Gun Club. He always made good friends with all the people he came across in his life because of his kindness and complete drive to treat everyone with respect and absolute kindness. He completed his career at Northwest Hospital after being diagnosed with cancer. He passed away peacefully with his family and close friends nearly a year later on February 6th 2011; Just shy of his 60th birthday. He will be missed by all who were touched by his life.

Funeral Services will be held at 11am on Friday, February the 11th, 2011 at Blessed Sacrament Church: 5050 – 8th Avenue NE Seattle, WA 98105.

Following the funeral he will be laid to rest at Holyrood Catholic Cemetery: 205 Northeast 205th Street, Shoreline, WA 98015.

2 Responses to “Daniel Clifford Boulet”

  • Rose Long says:

    We were all extremely lucky to have been blessed by Dan’s friendship and kindness. I will miss doing the crossword puzzle with him and looking up answers on the internet as well as talking about religion and his love of shooting. Barb, Alicia and Jonathan, thank you for sharing Dan with us fortunate enough to work with him. We will miss you Dan.

  • Jaynie Jackson says:

    Dan has been a real blessing and I will miss this gentle man. He was wonderful to work with and won the respect of so many nurses,doctors, and all others.

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