The Rev. A.L. Boulanger
Accessed October 28, 2016
MANCHESTER — The Rev. Albert L. Boulanger, 73, of Manchester, died June 30, 2002, at the Peterson Residence after a long illness.
He was born in Goffstown on June 30, 1929, the son of Donat L. and Marie Louise (Beaudet) Boulanger.
After graduating from Goffstown High School, he served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. He then attended St. Anselm College and St. Mary University and Seminary in Baltimore, Md. He was ordained in 1962 by the Most Rev. Ernest J. Primeau, S.T.D., Bishop of Manchester. The Rev. Boulanger served as an assistant pastor at many parishes across the state before his appointment as pastor of St. Benedict Parish in Cascade in 1974 and as pastor of St. Agnes Parish in Ashland in 1976.
In addition to his parochial ministry he also served as a notary in the matrimonial tribunal from 1966 to 1972 and as chaplain at Manchester area nursing homes and Mt. Carmel Home from 1991 to 2000. He retired from active ministry in August 2000.
Family members include two sisters, Estelle Normand of Manchester and Teresa Richard of Spring Hill, Fla.; a brother, Donat H. Boulanger of Spring Hill, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.