Arthur N. Boulanger of Nassau Point, Cutchogue died suddenly at home April 27, at the age of 71. Lynn Z. Boulanger, his wife, died after a long illness at VNS Hospice in East Northport June 24, at the age of 72.
Arthur was born in Queens on August 30, 1946, to Albert J. and Kathryn (Potochny) Boulanger and served in the U.S. Army for six years until his honorable discharge as a Captain. A graduate of Queens College (CUNY), he had been an English teacher with Townsend-Harris High School.
Lynn was born in Queens on November 10, 1945, to Martin and Lucille Auerbach. A graduate of Queens College (CUNY), she had been a human resource manager with Banco Santander for seven years and JP Morgan for 22 years.
Art and Lynn were married on June 14, 1980, and made their home on Nassau Point in Cutchogue, where Lynn’s family had lived since 1962.
Left to mourn their passing is their son, Martin Ames Scott, and his wife, Keturah, of Cutchogue; two grandsons, Martin Harold and Wesley Ethan Scott; Art’s sister, Arlene Biondo; and Lynn’s cousins, Marjorie Auerbach, Andrew (Diane) Auerbach, Roy (Claudia) Auerbach and Gayle Sadlo.
Lynn was predeceased by a sister, Joanne, in 1978 and by cousins, Andrea Auerbach Spatz and Toby Halpern.
The family has chosen to remember their lives privately.
DeFriest-Grattan Funeral Home is serving the family.
This is a paid notice.