History & Staff

We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.

Our History

M ark J. Boucher has been a licensed funeral director and has been serving families in Gloucester County since 1985. He and his wife Bonnie opened Deptford's First and Only Funeral Home in June of 1993. He is married to Bonnie "Reece" Boucher and has four boys, Brad, Mark Joseph, Kyle and Alec and two granddaughters Sophia and Ava.

A 1980 graduate of Deptford High School, he is a member of Holy Angels Parish Pastoral Council and has served as School Board President and as Parish Council Vice President at Most Holy Redeemer Church and School in Westville Grove. 

He is a former board member of Camp NEJEDA, a residential camp for children with type one diabetes and currently in his twelth year serving on the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Board of Directors as a member and past president. During his time at JDRF he started the Skate To Cure Diabetes Event which was a game of ametuer players, including himself, playing against the Philadelphia Flyers Alumni Team. To this date, the event has raised over $110,000.00 towards research to cure and improve the lives of those with type one diabetes.

He is also a member of Deptford Rotary Club, New Jersey State Funeral Directors Association, National Funeral Directors Association, West Jersey Funeral Directors Association, Deptford Elks Lodge #2708, Knights of Columbus Council No. 11713 and the Friends of Gettysburg. His hobbies are RV Camping, Guitar and participating in the music ministry at church and of course Ice Hockey. 

Our Valued Staff

  • Mark J. Boucher

    Mark J. Boucher Owner and Manager

    Founder and Owner of Deptford's First and Only Funeral Home

    Mark J. Boucher has been a licensed funeral director and has been serving families in Gloucester County since 1985. He is married to Bonnie "Reece" Boucher and has four boys, Brad, Mark Joseph, Kyle and Alec and granddaughters, Sophia and Ava.

    A 1980 graduate of Deptford High School, he is a member of Holy Angels Parish and has served as School Board President and as Parish Council Vice President at Most Holy Redeemer Church and School in Westville Grove.

    He is a former board member of Camp NEJEDA, a residential camp for children with type one diabetes and currently in his twelth year serving on the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Board of Directors as a member and past president. During his time at JDRF he started the Skate To Cure Diabetes Event which was a game of ametuer players, including himself, playing against the Philadelphia Flyers Alumni Team. To this date, the event has raised over $110,000.00 towards research to cure and improve the lives of those with type one diabetes.

    He is also a member of Deptford Rotary Club, New Jersey State Funeral Directors Association, National Funeral Directors Association, The Civil War Trust and the Friends of Gettysburg. His hobbies are RV Camping, Guitar and participating in the music ministry at church and of course Ice Hockey.