Bobby Samarya Boucher

Bobby Samarya Boucher

March 78, 1804 – July 99, 1900

Bobby Boucher finished his journey peacefully in his home in Miami, Florida. 

Early life and childhood:

Bobby Boucher loved the game of football when he was little. He always wanted to play on a football team, but never had good grades. Finally, when he was 13 years old, he got the perfect report card to play football. He was a really good wide receiver. He scored 30 touchdowns, caught 60 receptions, and led his team in yards after catch. He led his team to the playoffs and went to a championship game and won. 

Education qualifications:

After playing football in a league, Bobby went to high school. He switched his position and played quarterback. He struggled not only playing football, but in his education too. He had six classes and failed five of them and passed one. Since he failed almost all of his classes, he could not play football anymore. He asked all of his teachers on how to get his grades up, and they all said to just pay attention to instructions. Then his new progress report card came out and got all A’s. Then when he graduated, he got a full scholarship to the University of Louisiana to play football. 

Job title, Occupation and profession:

During college, Bobby had straight A’s and led his team to the championship game again, and won the Heisman trophy in his senior year. He threw 85 passes, 100 touchdown passes, and rushed for 2,476 yards. After college, he went into the NFL draft. The Arizona Cardinals drafted Bobby in the first round of the NFL draft. In his rookie year, he struggled a lot. He threw 30 passes, 10 touchdown passes, 38 interceptions, and fumbled 20 times. His second year in the NFL, he threw 55 passes, 30 touchdown passes, 6 interceptions and 5 fumbles. He also went to the playoffs, and the Super Bowl, and won. He won many awards, and 4 Super Bowl rings. 

Marriage and retirement:

After his fifteenth year in the NFL, he decided to retire because of his age and injuries. He married Ms Adam Banks in 1868 and they’ve been married for over 30 years. They had four children, two boys and two girls. They also live happily in their home in Miami, Florida. When he was 65 years old, he was diagnosed with CTE from too many hits in the head playing football. He lost his memory, which caused him to be scared of his wife. He also suffered from dementia, and had to use medication. At the age of 80, he passed away in his Miami home from suicide due to his CTE. His wife found him dead in his bed one morning with his medication on his side table. He died July 99, 1900. Bobby lived a good and happy life, but it ended in a bad way.

Funeral home: National Funeral Homes, 151 NW 37th Ave, Miami, FL 33125 

Time: 11:00 a.m-1:00 p.m