Dean Francis Boutin
May 09, 1970 – Jul 25, 2016
Dean Francis Boutin, 46, of Bumpass, VA passed away at his home on Monday, July 25, 2016.Dean grew up in Springfield, VA and was a graduate of both West Springfield High School and Virginia Commonwealth University in Louisa. For the past 12 years Dean was the owner and operator of Lake Anna Pets, and loved life on the lake. He was a very special person with a beautiful heart, and had a love and passion for many things; family, friends, animals, art, and playing the drums. But the greatest joy in life was his son Jack. Each moment spent with Jack were his happiest moments.He is survived by his son Jack Francis Boutin, father Aubrey Boutin, sister Karen and her husband Chris Luque, his nephew Byron Blevins, as well as Aunts, Uncles and cousins. He also leaves many loved ones and special people in his life including Wendy Mills, Jack’s mother Kathie Ferrette-Boutin, and a never ending list of new and lifelong friends from all over the world. Dean is preceded in death by his mother Helen Boutin and his brother, Thomas “Butch” Boutin.The family will be receiving friends Friday, August 5th from 5p – 7p at the:Woodward Funeral, 200 Fredericksburg Ave, Louisa, VA 23093Plus, there will be a reception and celebration of his life on Saturday, August 6th from 1p – 4p at:204 Blue Sky Way, Bumpass, VA 23024
There will never be enough words to express the loss that is felt in our hearts. So grateful for the memories.
There`s never been another like Dean. To speak of him in past tense feels like a pain of live fire burning my insides out. Thank God I and WE ALL got him for the time we did. I will never forget him, and will do my best to carry on his playful and silly spirit in his honor. God bless my sweet friend, Dean.
It is with a heavy heart that I wrote this. I knew Dean only through his wonderfully caring service of taking care of my dog, Kyle, for the many years I lived at Lake Anna. He was always warm and welcoming and made me feel like a friend rather than a client. He was raising a lively young man in Jack. Dean, may you rest in peace. You will be missed by so many.
Dean watched over my kids, Josh,Sophie,Maddie,Eli and Kee Kee for many years. He was a great person and truely cared for my kids while I was away.Dean may god keep you close to his side.
Dear Deanie…You sure could make the sadest person laugh to the point the were either crying or peeing their pants. The way you and Jack would make up words to songs was just awesome and,well lets not forget the slick dance moves you both had together. We were all lucky to have had a part of you in our lives.You were a brilliant man. I shall miss you terribly. Rest in peace my dear man.
Still missing you. I miss our late night talks, miss riding in the caprice classic. I miss talking to Mary Jane in your parents house, eating chips out of giant tin cans and watching Skinemax until all hours of the night…