Gladys Lillian Bouche, 100, formerly of Duval, Wisconsin, passed away peacefully at Anna's House in New Franken, Wisconsin on May 5th, 2021. She was born September 26th, 1920 in Duval, Wisconsin to Jules and Mary (Jeanquart) Marchant. She attended Rocky Glen School in Duval.
On October 30th, 1940 she married Leonard Bouche at St. Francis Church, Duval, Wisconsin. They spent nearly 64 years together. Leonard preceded her in death on January 2nd, 2004.
Gladys is survived by her 2 children, James Bouche, New Franken, WI and Carol Jean (Cletus) Willems, New Franken, WI; her grandchildren, Patrick (Rene Gerondale) Bouche, Kathey (Mike Donovan) Castellanos, Laurie (Mike) Malcore, Paul (Patty) Bouche and Jody (Dale) Endries; her 15 great-grandchildren and 21 great-great grandchildren; her sister, Lucy Jauquet; brothers-in-law, Emil Jandrain and Howard Renard; and many nieces, nephews and extended family.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard; granddaughter, Lynn Bouche; her brothers, Robert (Gertrude), Willard (Beatrice), Lester (Germaine) and Melvin (Joyce) Marchant; sisters, Rose (Louie) Granius and Doris (Clarence) DeWitt; and brother-in-law, John Jauquet. She is also preceded in death by Leonard's family, in-laws John and Adele Bouche; brother-in-law, Harvey (Viola) Bouche; sisters-in-law, Patsy (Harold) Martin, Ruth (Earl) Lukes, Arlene (Wilfred) Jeanquart, Margaret (Raphael) Kaye and June Jandrain.
Gladys' family would like to thank the many caring people who took such good care of Mom at Anna's House, the wonderful caring people at Unity Hospice and the many friends she made while living in the Casco Apartments. Special thank you to friends and relatives who visited Gladys and made her life so much better, and all her card playing friends over so many years. She never forgot you.
Friends may call at St. Peter and Paul Church, Green Bay, Wisconsin on Wednesday, May 12th. Visitation will be from 10am until 11am. Funeral will follow at 11am. Interment will take place in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum at Nicolet Memorial Gardens.
Due to Covid-19 masks are recommended and social distancing is encouraged.