On April 15th, the world, the Deaf and Blind Community, dear
friends and my BEST FRIEND, lost the beloved Anthony Boudreau.
It all began when Anthony had gone missing. I began a personal search that lasted exactly 14 days. You can view the search here: https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=10223016670033744&set=a.10206022416228020
It was then discovered that Tony was found deceased on the ground of the lawn he was mowing. He was then sent to the morgue and his truck impounded by the Police Dept. You can view more info here: https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=10223016273303826&set=a.10206022416228020
Because Anthony had no will, was never married or had children, he was predeceased by both his parents and his brother and no other kin were located, it is now up to me, Anthony's best friend to take care of his affairs. The cost of a funeral or cremation, the cost to get his truck out of impound (as of 5/4 it will be at $900 and will keep increasing each day it sits in there) and any other unexpected expenses.
Anthony Boudreau, born deaf and blind in one eye grew up in the School for the Deaf and Blind in St Augustine. He lost his family young so he had to become self sufficient and independent. Never looking or asking for pity.
Tony only received a small disability check and $15 in food stamps each month. Being the person that he was, and not relying on others, Tony would get odd jobs on the side like mowing lawns, handyman jobs or picking up aluminum. He was like the Energizer Bunny, always on the go to get work done. But for Tony, getting paid or not, didn't matter, he was always wanting to help. One of the kindest hearts you would have met. I miss you my friend.
If you can help, anything would be greatly appreciated. Also PLEASE share this. God Bless
- Kelli Hancock
- Lupe Treviño
- Brendan Murphy
- Vincent McMullen
- Cathi Conticello