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Douglas Alfred Bouteiller, 50

Shrewsbury – Douglas Alfred Bouteiller, 50, of Pinedale Road, died Saturday May 16, 2009, at UMass Medical Center in Worcester.

He is survived by his mother, Betty Chamberlin Whitcomb and her husband, Frank; his sisters, Debra Guinan and her husband, Shaun, and Dawn Taylor and her husband, Rick; his nieces, Nicole and Amanda; and two grandnieces. He is also survived by his stepmother, Betty Bouteiller, and two step-sisters, Diane Warner and her husband, William, and Dale Braun and her husband, Ralph.

Born Feb. 10, 1959, in Great Barrington, he was the son of Betty Chamberlin Whitcomb and the late Alfred Bouteiller. He attended local schools and graduated from Monument Mountain Regional High School in 1977.

Mr. Bouteiller worked as an assistant manager for NAPA Auto Parts in Shrewsbury. Prior to that, he worked at Bunnell Auto Parts in Great Barrington for over 20 years.

He was an avid bowler, having won many tournaments, and bowled a perfect 300 several times. He also enjoyed golfing.

Visitation was held May 21 at Finnerty and Stevens Funeral Home of Great Barrington. Memorial contributions may be made to either the Berkshire Humane Society or to the American Heart Association through the Finnerty & Stevens Funeral Home, 426 Main St., Great Barrington, MA 01230. Remembrances, memories and reflections may be sent to the family through www.finnertyandstevens. com.

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