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Gregory Lynn Boulden


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In Loving Memory of

Greg Boulden

July 27, 1954 – December 19, 2023

Gregory Lynn Boulden, 69, passed away peacefully on the afternoon of December 19, 2023 surrounded by his loving family. Greg is survived by his wife, Vicki and three daughters, Kelli, Andrea and Gigi; his brother, Roger; and his six grandchildren, Kamryn, Lucy, Owen, Olivia, Bridgit and Logan.

Greg’s family is his greatest joy! He served a mission in the England Leeds Mission before marrying his wife of 47 years in the Arizona Mesa Temple. He was an amazing chef, chili champion, and always shared his love of food. He never missed a taco Tuesday. He told the best jokes, was proud of his country, and he loved sharing his faith and testimony with others and especially working with the youth. He loved working in the temple and volunteered for everything.

Greg made many great friends throughout his life. He was dedicated to his careers working in concrete, managing automobile dealerships, and running the Continental Gun Club with Wicks Bar and Grill. He was known as Dad, Brother, Husband, and will always be known as Grandpa Boom. He taught his grandkids how to drive, cook, and shoot guns; they were his greatest joy. He will be missed greatly!

God be with you ‘til we meet again.

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December 27, 2023

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

1521 E. Bella Vista Rd.

San Tan Valley, AZ  85143

Viewing 9:00am

Service 10:00am

Interment immediately following at San Tan Memorial Gardens

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  1. scott solee says:

    allways enjoyed working with greg i will miss him great guy

  2. Steve Skousen says:

    To Viki, I just found out about Greg’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss and am surprised and dismayed that one of my(our) contemporaries is so soon taken. If there is anything, down the road, that I can do to be supportive, call me at 480-769-0048. Greg and your friendships, are important to me. Take care. Steve Skousen.

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Gregory Lynn Boulden


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In Loving Memory of

Greg Boulden

July 27, 1954 – December 19, 2023

Gregory Lynn Boulden, 69, passed away peacefully on the afternoon of December 19, 2023 surrounded by his loving family. Greg is survived by his wife, Vicki and three daughters, Kelli, Andrea and Gigi; his brother, Roger; and his six grandchildren, Kamryn, Lucy, Owen, Olivia, Bridgit and Logan.

Greg’s family is his greatest joy! He served a mission in the England Leeds Mission before marrying his wife of 47 years in the Arizona Mesa Temple. He was an amazing chef, chili champion, and always shared his love of food. He never missed a taco Tuesday. He told the best jokes, was proud of his country, and he loved sharing his faith and testimony with others and especially working with the youth. He loved working in the temple and volunteered for everything.

Greg made many great friends throughout his life. He was dedicated to his careers working in concrete, managing automobile dealerships, and running the Continental Gun Club with Wicks Bar and Grill. He was known as Dad, Brother, Husband, and will always be known as Grandpa Boom. He taught his grandkids how to drive, cook, and shoot guns; they were his greatest joy. He will be missed greatly!

God be with you ‘til we meet again.

SERVICES

December 27, 2023

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

1521 E. Bella Vista Rd.

San Tan Valley, AZ  85143

Viewing 9:00am

Service 10:00am

Interment immediately following at San Tan Memorial Gardens

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2 responses to “Gregory Lynn Boulden”

  1. scott solee says:

    allways enjoyed working with greg i will miss him great guy

  2. Steve Skousen says:

    To Viki, I just found out about Greg’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss and am surprised and dismayed that one of my(our) contemporaries is so soon taken. If there is anything, down the road, that I can do to be supportive, call me at 480-769-0048. Greg and your friendships, are important to me. Take care. Steve Skousen.

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