THE DONALD C. BOULTER FAMILY
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DONALD C. BOULTER, CCP & CSP
| More than 15 years of experience specializing in Systems Development, Project Management, Product Management, Quality Engineering, Repair Engineering, Auditing and Finance. Consultant to engineering teams in the design, development, testing and deployment of new customer solution products and services. Customer advocate and primary interface to systems architecture, systems engineering, operating support systems and product management. Uses product forecasting engineering configurations tools to ensure customer expectations are met and inventories are controlled. Controls projects through the use of web sites containing libraries of key data and links. |
To the left are links to Don's services. Don is certified in Systems Development and Core IT Skills by the Institute for the Certification of Computer Professionals (ICCP) as a Certified Computing Professional (CCP) and Certified Systems Professional (CSP). Don is self-motivated, innovative, very organized with excellent leadership and communication skills. For more information, please contact Don at 630-732-6932 or firstname.lastname@example.org
KATHLEEN S. BOULTER, CCP & CSP
| More than 15 years of experience in all phases of software development including definition, design, coding, testing, debugging and documentation. Highly motivated, team oriented, detail minded, persistent with strong interpersonal and communication skills in a diversified environment. |
For more information, please contact Kathleen S. Boulter, at 630-732-0507 or email@example.com
KRISTIN J. BOULTER
Kristin is an Academic High Honors Letterman at Downers Grove North High School with a 3.7 GPA out of 4.0; Class Percentile of 78% out of 558; and ACT Score of 24. Kristin is also a member of the National Honors Society, National Society of High School Scholars, Delta Epsilon Phi and Who's Who of American High School Students.
Kristin has been playing Fastpitch Softball for twelve seasons of which the last six were with traveling clubs. Kristin is an All-Star First Baseman and Right Fielder with Captain and MVP awards. She has a high on base percentage and is an excellent bunter and contact hitter.
If you would like to see Kristin play, the Berwyn Bash's schedule can be found at http://eteamz.active.com/bash/index.cfm?. A DVD movie of Kristin's performance with the Bash is also available upon request.
Finally, Kristin is involved with community support groups at her high school plus sings in her school's choir.
Below are Kristin's stats.
DOWNERS GROVE NORTH HIGH SCHOOL
(Bats Left; Throws Left; First Base, Right Field; Outfield)
(Left Handed; Right Side; Server)
Scott graduated from Westview Hills Middle School in 2006 as a High Honors Letterman excelling in Baseball, Basketball and Volleyball.
Scott has been playing Baseball for seven seasons; Basketball for seven; and Volleyball for five. As an All Star Pitcher, Scott has five pitches: two seam fastball, cross seam fastball, slider, split finger change-up and sinker.
For Basketball, Scott is an excellent outside and baseline Small Forward.
For Volleyball, Scott is a stron Outside and Middle Hitter.
Below are Scott's stats.
DOWNERS GROVE NORTH HIGH SCHOOL
Graduation: June 2010
Height: 5’ 11” Weight: 135 lbs.
Baseball Positions: P / 1B / RF
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Earned Run Average ~ 2.00
Pitching Speed ~ 75 mph
Batting Average ~ .300
On Base Percentage ~ .400
Home to First Base: ~ 3.50 Sec. (90' Bases)
Home to Home: ~ 14.50 Sec. (90' Bases)
Mile: ~ 7 Min. 50 Sec.
Basketball Positions: SF / PF
Volleyball Positions: OH / MH
(Bats Right; Throws Right; Pitcher, Outfield & First Base)
(Right Handed; Small Forward & Power Forward)
(Right Handed; Outside Hitter & Middle Hitter)
(Left Defense, Left Midfielder, Left Forward & Center)
Two bird bolts in saltire, thereon a dove rising proper.
For more information, please contact Donald C. Boulter at 630-732-6932 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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BOULTER FAMILY HISTORYNATHANIEL BOULTER
Donald C. Boulter's paternal ancestor, Nathaniel Boulter, came from rural Hertfordshire near Worcestershire, England, in 1790, to Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Nathaniel, who was a tanner and currier, made an acquaintance of a young woman on the voyage to Montreal with whom he fell in love. They were married upon landing at Montreal, where they settled down. They had one son, George Boulter, in 1800.GEORGE BOULTER
George left Montreal in 1819 and moved west to the the Big Island (a penisula in the northwest corner of Lake Ontario), where he settled on lot 13. The land at that time belonged to the Mississagas, and he had to pay them a barrel of flour as rental annually. After settling, he married Sarah Peck (born 1801), who received two hundred acres of land as a Crown Patent in Mariposa Township, Prince Edward County, Sophiasburgh, Ontario, from King George III because she was the daughter of a Unted Empire Loyalist. This land later became known as the "Maples". They were married by Rev. Robert McDowell, a pioneer Presbyterian minister. George and Sarah had ten children before Sarah died in 1844. After the death of Sarah, George married Letitia Wilson and they had eleven more children. To date, George Boulter still holds the record of twenty-one children in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Besides being a farmer, George was a Captain in the Sedentary Militia. Later in life, George moved to Belleville, Ontario, where he died at the age of 83 in 1883.WELLINGTON BOULTER
Donald C. Boulter is a decendent of the eighth child of George Boulter and Sarah Peck, Wellington Boulter, who was born in 1838 at the "Maples" in Sophiasburgh, Ontario. Wellington was a pioneer in many enterprises, outstanding of which was the Canned Goods Industry, which he established in Picton, Ontario, in 1882. In 1887, Wellington sent the first car of canned goods across Canada over the Canadian Pacific Railroad to Victoria, British Columbia. He was first president of the Canadian Packers Association for thirteen years and was the former mayor of Picton, Ontario. In addition, he was Chairman and Orange Order and manager of the Loyal True Blue Orphanage in Picton. At the request of the Canadian Goven- ment, Wellington sent an exhibit to Tokyo, Japan, and obtained the highest award. He also obtained the Columbia Medal at the Worlds Fair in Chicago, 1893; gold medal Paris, 1900; at Glasgow Exhibition, 1901; th Pan American medal, 1901; and the silver medal at the Ontario Provincial Exhibition in Kingston, Ontario. Wellington married Nancy Helen Sprague (born 1843 in Sophiasburg, Ontario) from the pioneer Sprague corn cutting and related farm implementation machine manufacturing family. They had seven children. Both Wellington and Nancy died in Picton. Nancy in 1918 and Wellington in 1927.HEBER R. BOULTER
Donald C. Boulter is a decendent Wellington Boulter and Nancy Sprague's child, Dr. Heber Reginald Boulter. Heber was born in Picton, Ontario in 1861, and received his dental degree in Canada. Heber moved to the United States and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where he married a medial doctor, Dr. Ida May Gugar, who was born in Peoria, Illinois in 1866. They were married and had one child, Clarence Reginald Boulter, who was born on July 7, 1889 in Chicago, Illinois. Heber and Ida divorced in 1894, primarily because of a chemical addiction Heber had from writing his own presriptions. After the divorce, Ida and Clarence moved to South Dakota where they stayed a few years before returning to Chicago. Heber died penniless in 1930 at the Little Sisters of the Poor in Chicago, Illinois. He is buried in a paupers grave in Oak Hill Cemetery, Alsip, Illinois. Ida married a plumber named Cowden who later in life got Clarence into the plumbing business. Cowden later on committed suicide with a hand gun. Ida was a diabetic and died in Chicago, Illinois in 1929.CLARENCE R. BOULTER
Donald C. Boulter's paternal grandfather is Clarence Reginald Boulter. Clarence, nicknamed Jake the Plumber, married Ethel Mildred Anderson, known by all as Mildred (born November 16, 1894, in Chicago, Illinois), in 1916 in Chicago, Illinois. Clarence was a journeyman plumber for the Chicago Plumbers Union Local 130 for over forty years. During the 1920's, Clarence worked for a plumbing supply company as an estimator bidding on new jobs. Prior to their marriage, Mildred worked retail and was a piano player in a nickelodean theater. The 1930's depression left Clarence and Mildred out of work and penniless. They unfortuately lost their home. Clarence and Mildred had two children, LaVerne Minetta Boulter (born April 14, 1917) and Donald C. Boulter's dad, Marvin Hughitt Boulter (born July 29, 1921). Both children were born in Chicago, Illinois. LaVerne later on married Carmen Anthony Cerone and had one son, Kent Marvin Cerone on January 19, 1949. LaVerne and Carmen both died of cancer in 1989 and 1994, respectively. Clarence was diabetic and died of a heart attack on February 14, 1971, in Park Ridge, Illinois at the age of 81. Mildred died of Alzheimers Disease on January 20, 1975, in Bridgeview, Illinois at the age of 80.MARVIN H. BOULTER
Like his father, Marvin Hughitt Boulter was a journeyman plumber for the Chicago Plumbers Union Local 130 for over forty years. Marvin had two almost deadly diseases as a child that kept him out of school for two years. Consequently, Marvin graduated from Calumet High School in 1941 at the age of nineteen. After high school, Marvin attended the Art Institute of Chicago until World War II where he enlisted into the United States Coast Guard. After basic training in Grand Haven, Michigan, Marvin was assigned to patrol the rivers near Joliet, Illinois. Marvin met Eileen Mary Tertinger (born March 9, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois), who was also a graduate of Calumet High School in 1941 and attended Northwestern University. Eileen lettered in volleyball and basketball at Calumet plus worked at her parent's bakery. Later on, Eileen was a checker for Jewel Tea & Company for over 25 years. Eileen almost died twice of bowel obstructions -- once as a child and again when Eileen was in her late twenties.DONALD C. BOULTER
As a child, Donald C. Boulter was actively involved in baseball, tennis, basketball and hockey. His true passion has always been baseball and softball. He graduated from Harold L. Richards High School in 1972. Don lettered in tennis and played trumpet for of his high school's band and jazz band. In addition, he was a member of the National Honor Society and Modern Music Masters. After High School, he attended and graduated from Illinois State University in 1976 with a BS in Accounting, a BS in Business Administration, and a minor in Economics. While in college, Don worked as a Teller at the First National Bank of Oak Lawn. After graduation, Don was employed as an accountant at Teletype Corporation in Skokie, Illinois. Don stayed at Teletype for three years before getting promoted as an auditor at Teletype's parent company, Western Electric in Cicero, Illinois. Don stayed with Western Electric for three years and was promoted again to Western Electric's parent company, AT&T. Don traveled extensively for AT&T as a systems and financial auditor before moving on to AT&T's engineering organization as a Repair Engineer for computer systems. After this assignment, Don became a quality engineer, product manager and project engineer. Don earned a MC in Project Management from George Washington University in 1997 while woking for Lucent Technologies Inc., the Western Electric and Bell Laboratories spin off from AT&T in 1996. In addition, Don is a member of the Institute for Certification of Computer Professionals (ICCP) and has earned a Certified Computer Professional (CCP) and Certified Systems Professional (CSP) certifications. Don retired from Lucent Technologies in July 2001 and is currently working from his home in Westmont, Illinois, and coaching his children's softball, baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball teams.
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