Cynthia Evelyn (Mac Mahan) Boucher, 51, of New Ipswich, NH, passed away on Monday, January 10, 2022, after her fight with Covid-19. She died peacefully with her husband, Shaun, of 30 years, her son, Corey, and her sister, Sue by her side.
Cindy was the youngest child of Paul B Mac Mahan and Barbara Ann Mac Mahan. She was raised in Tyngsborough, MA, along with her sister Sue, and her two brothers, Stevie and Paul. Cindy was a beloved wife to her husband Shaun, mother to Corey, and dog mom to Hunter. She is also survived by her sister Susan, and two brothers Stevie and Paul, along with nephew’s that she adored, Steven, David, and Brian, and nieces Jennifer, and Lisa.
Cindy and her husband Shaun lived in Milford, NH where they raised their son Corey for 18 years, before settling in New Ipswich.
For 25 years Cindy battled and fought through 2 Kidney transplants in which one was given to her by her loving sister Susan, and the other from Michelle J. Dellavita. She also battled through cancer. Cindy was a true warrior with a lot of fight for life. Cindy was very much a huge supporter of the Donate Life program, and she would do anything for anyone.
Cindy ran a small daycare out of our home and adored every little boy and girl, that she had the pleasure of preparing for school. Cindy loved the ocean, loved the mountains and outdoors in general. She loved to go on hikes with her husband to find new hunting ground for each new season. She was all about her home, she loved decorating and her flowers. Cindy treasured her family and loved them whole heartedly.
The world will be duller without her bright smile that could light up a room; and her giving heart.
In lieu of flowers, her family is asking that donations be made to Donate Life, www.donatelife.net
Cindy was very passionate about the organization.
A Celebration of life will be scheduled for Cindy in the upcoming spring or early summer.