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Israel Edmond Boucher

Israel Edmond Boucher, business executive. Member advisory council, Made-in-America Foundation, Inc., New York City.

Background

  • Boucher, Israel Edmond was born on April 5, 1886 in Mansonville, Petroquest Energy, Canada. Son of Israel A. and Eglae (Dalpe) Boucher.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools, Manchester, N.H.

    Career

    • April 2, 1943); children—Corinne E. (Mistress Winton P. Simmons), Virginia G. (Mistress Emil Mettatal), Elinor M. (Mistress George Parsons). Came to the United States, 1891, naturalized, 1921. Millhand, Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, Manchester, N.H., 1902-1911, millhand and clerk, 1911-1917, purchasing agent, 1917-1923.

      Selling agent, Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1923-1944, manager since 1944, vice president since 1945. Director Newton-Waltham Bank & Trust Company, Waltham Watch Company, Great Britain and Ireland, Ltd. Incorporator Waltham Savings Bank.

      Executive trustee Waltham Hospital. Chairman jewelled and non-jewelled watch committee.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Member advisory council, Made-in-America Foundation, Inc., New York City. Clubs: Union League, 24 Karat (New York).

    Connections

    • Married Gertrude Dearborn Davis, October 15, 1907 (deceased. Children: Corinne E. (Mistress.
    • father: Israel A. Boucher
    • mother: Eglae (Dalpe) Boucher
    • spouse: Gertrude Dearborn Davis
    • child: Corinne E. (Mrs Boucher
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    Born April 5, 1886
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