REP. BILL BOUCHER
Rep. Bill Boucher, a Democrat, represents part of Jackson County
(District 48) in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Rep. Boucher is a retired electrical engineering design consultant
and served in the U.S. Air Force from 1957-1961. He is a member
or former member of the following organizations: St. Catherine=s
Catholic Church; Democratic Forum; Raytown Democratic Club; former
member of Hickman Mills School Board; Kansas City Salvation Army
Advisory Board; South Kansas City Citizens Crusade Against Crime;
American Legion; Disabled American Veterans; Southern Communities
Coalition; advisory board for Alliance for Safe Highways; Harmony
in Hickman Mills; Research Mental Health Board; founding member
of Big Brothers of Kansas City; and Raytown, Grandview and South
Kansas City Chambers of Commerce. He also served as Democratic
Committeeman from 1988-1992.
Rep. Boucher received the Public Service Award from the Missouri
Association for Social Welfare in 1994, the AFriend
of Children Award@ for
1995 from Pediatric Nurses Associates and Practitioners, and the
Exemplary Leadership Award from the Missouri Head Injury Advisory
Council in 1996. In 1997 he was received the State Official of
the Year Award from the National Industries for the Blind, the
Legislator of the Year award from the Missouri Alliance for Animal
Legislation, and the President=s
Award from the Missouri Rehabilitation Association.
Rep. Boucher attended Longview Community College and the University
Born November 13, 1937 to parents of Franco-American heritage in Central Falls, Rhode Island, Rep. Boucher currently resides in Kansas City with his wife Dee. They have three children: Theresa, Gregory and Mark and four grandchildren: Rochelle, Skyelar, Jonathan, and Christopher.