David Joseph Boudreau
September 27, 1976-March 25, 2022
David passed away Friday, March 25, 2022, after a long battle with his own personal demons and has been reunited with his mother Marci Boudreau, with whom he shared a special bond. David leaves behind his son Riley David,
Father, Joseph, (Kayla), sisters Anna Michelle Boudreau, Rebecca Jo Boudreau, nieces Grace, Charlotte and Meridith, estranged wife Krista and stepson Devon.
David loved his family and will now watch over them all.
David was a gifted athlete, he was a natural at all sports. Some of his proudest moments were playing for Clearfield High School, where he lettered all 3 years in football. David was a hard worker, and quick to learn. He enjoyed working in the construction field, he especially loved to run his backhoe and move dirt.
David could light up a room with his wit and contagious smile, he was kind and made friends easily. He would help anyone who needed it.
David loved spending his free time in the mountains with his boys and best friend, Mikey Treece, hunting and camping.
David will be remembered and sorely missed by all who loved him.
A celebration of life will be held between 4-6 pm at Premier Mortuary in Roy Utah, March 31, 2022
Brother you was my best friend and always there when I needed some one to talk to love you bro
You where my best friend an uncle to my boys I miss you so much and one day I will see you again your in a better place now and out of pain I am sorry if only I would of known you where always there for me when I needed you no matter what there will never be anyone that can take your place LOVE YOU BESTIE never forget you ❤
From from the first day I met you I knew you were unique ,you were so quiet in a crowd and then when you and I sat and talked you just had me rolling you were so funny so witty so carefree you were very kind, you were honest and helped me kept my wits when I thought I was losing them and you were blatantly honest with some of the questions that I had to have answers for and when my husband met you, you guys hit it off became instant friends like brothers, like peas and carrots . He respected you., you're a good man ! I'll never forget you brother Bear and I know Joe won't either.Our prayers go out to your family and to you . We miss you David, deeply! We will see you again. Much love and respect,
Francine and Joel Young
You will always be on my mind and in my heart brother I will fight for you and for me and I will do what we both wanted to do and get our lives back and get out of the tangled disaster we created for our own lives and i promise you will see me again one day but im going to be a long time from now but you already know that becau
se you will be there helping me learn to fly