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In Memory of
Anita E. Boucher
April 28, 1962 - April 25, 2017


Anita E. Boucher, age 54, of Worthington, OH, passed away April 25, 2017. Employed by State of Ohio Medicaid. Survived by her husband, Robert; mother, Jessie Staker of Franklin Furnace, OH; brother, Ken (Sherry) Staker; sisters, Patty Staker, Joyce (Sam) Bailey and Sharon Staker; many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Preceded in death by her father, Paul Staker. Private memorial service will be held at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Franklin Furnace, OH. Condolences at


Joan McClure

Apr 27, 2017

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time for your loss of Anita. Anita was a beautiful quiet, kind, gentle and wise soul who was the go to person for all the answers about Medicaid. Her journey here on earth was short, but I could tell she enjoyed every day with her family and friends; even her job. Anita will be sadly missed by all who were lucky to have known her. Thank you


Laurel Smith

Apr 27, 2017

My condolences. Anita was a sweet person with a smile and kind word for all. She will be truly missed. RIP my friend.


Angela Faust

May 2, 2017

Bob and the entire family Anita's kindness and gentle spirit will always be missed. She is a person who never had an unkind thing to say and always had a sweet smile. She was an awesome baker and loved her family. I have too many memories to count of sitting with her at the kitchen island in the Westerville and Escanaba houses. She was always ready to listen and never judged. Thinking about you all in the difficult times ahead. Angela, Mike and kids


Joni adkins

May 7, 2017

Dear Butterfly Lady u left a butterf!y legacy all over the wor!d. U live forever in all the butterflies u made. U will be greatly missed. Bob, stay strong friend.


Angie McDowell Turner

May 14, 2017

I was so sad to hear the news that Anita had passed. I remember all the times we spent together at grandmas house and all the times when she first started to work for the state. I will always hold a place in my Heart with all the memories of her. She WAS A PRECIOUS PERSON. We will be praying for you during this difficult time.