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GLADYS D. BOISVERT

January 18, 2023

GLADYS BOISVERT Obituary

WARWICK - Gladys D. Boisvert, formerly of Coventry, passed away peacefully at Sunny View Nursing Home on Wednesday, January 18, 2023.  She was the devoted and loving wife to the late Richard Boisvert.

Born on October 2, 1945, in Chicago, she was one of six children born to the late Lee C. Brown and Dolores T. (Beehler) Brown.  For many years Gladys had the ever so important job of being a Homemaker and took great pride in raising her children and providing them a comforting home. 

As her sons grew older Gladys made the decision to attend college and receive an education in order to obtain a second career. After completing the necessary coursework, in the major of Computer Science, Gladys received her Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Rhode Island and furthered her education by earning a Master’s Degree in Mathematics from Salve Regina University.   

Shortly after earning her degrees; Gladys obtained occupations in the Computer Science Field for various companies. She spent time employed as a Programmer at Purvis Systems, as a civilian contractor at the Naval Underwater Systems Center, as a Computer Scientist at BBN Technologies, and as a Software Engineer at GTECH Corporation. 

Gladys enjoyed the warmer weather climates of Aruba and Florida. She was an avid solver of jigsaw puzzles, especially ones depicting the artwork of Thomas Kincade, and also liked to add to her collections of Charming Tails and Swarovski Crystals.  

Gladys is survived by her three sons and their families: Edward P. Doran Jr., and his wife, Christine; Michael J. Doran, and his wife, Nicolina; and Matthew R. Boisvert, and his wife, Anh Thu. She was the grandmother to: Andrew Senerchia-Doran, and his wife, Dinnea; Thomas Doran; Elizabeth Bruns, and her husband, Josh; Thomas Sullivan; Amelia Boisvert and Miles Boisvert. She will be sorely missed by her siblings: Barbara Runft, Daniel Brown, and Harry Brown.  In addition to her husband, Gladys is predeceased by her brothers Thomas and Steven Brown. 

In accordance with her wishes, funeral services in commemoration of Gladys’s life will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Gladys's memory may be made to a charity of one's choosing. 

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