Allen D. Bouc, 69 of Ashland, NE passed away Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at his home. He was born July 21, 1951 in Omaha, NE to Elmer and Delores (Knap) Bouc. He was an Omaha Firefighter for 29 years.
Allen is survived by his daughter, LeAnn Bouc, fiancé Brian of Omaha; son, Daniel Bouc of Omaha; sister, Deborah (Bill) Barrett of Las Vegas; sister-in-law, Nancy Bouc of Omaha.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Elmer & Delores Bouc; brother, Jason Bouc.
My deepest condolences to Allen’s family. He was a wonderful man.
I have known Allen a very long time, As youngsters our parents would get together to play cards. When I was about 13 and he was 16 I got an electric guitar from him. We would sit for hours while he tried to teach me… I was slow and he was very patient. We lost touch over the years but reconnected about 5 years ago. Allen provided support and inspired me during a recent cancer event I am going through. He was very kind, religious and caring. I will never forget him. God bless Allen and his family.
I worked with Allen on the Omaha Fire Department. He was a very good firefighter and even better man. May he Rest In Peace.
I worked with Al on the Omaha Fire Department. He was a character, and always willing to offer a helping hand to a young guy like me.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathies to the family of Allen.
We spoke often and he was always kind to me.
I will never forget him.
Al you have always been one of the nicer guys I have known on the OFD. Such as John Selling, Willy Wolf and the like, along with many others over the years. To mention them all I do not have enough ink. REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND. Ray Costanzo
I am touched by the condolences and comments left by friends and colleagues that my Dad knew or got to work with. Thank you. It is nice reading them. Makes me say that was Dad.
Dad was a very hard worker had three jobs and put himself through college. Took care of his Family when we were growing up. He did what he had to do to take care of his Family and provide for us all what we needed. Put his Family first.
Dad could never sit still always doing thing around the house or with vehicles. He was still like that too this day.Sometimes probably did too much.That was just how Dad was. Always keeping busy. His knees and heart slowed him down some, but he still wanted too do things to keep going.
Dad was a really, really good handy man too. Could fix lots of things around the house. If Dad knew something was not working right Dad would use his tools to fix it. Loved tinkering with things and fixing things. I am thankful and greatful Dad was such a good handy man.
I am gonna miss calling Dad and chatting. Spending time with him. Just knowing he is there.
If I have a question on taking care of a problem I am having or a car question I am going to miss asking him. Dad taught me the simple things to do on cars. I am glad Dad did. Thank you Dad.
Dad had a dry since of humor. Trying to Crack jokes. That prob were not that funny. That was Dad. Dad was caring and kind maybe sometimes too much. Put others first before himself.
Dad was a great fire fighter too. He knew fire fighter stuff. It was a very big part of who he was. He knew lots of things medical too. Part of having his fire fighter job he retired from.
Dad was very knowledgeable too on lots of topics.
He liked fishing too. Watching westerns or car shows. He liked eating by making his own meals throwing stuff together. Not a picky eater I would say.
Dear Dad, You will always be missed and loved by your Family and Friends.
Your body was tired and your heart was weak. It was your time to rest and be an Angel. I know you went peacefully to heaven no more pain. You took a part of us with you to heaven too.
I will miss and love you very much always. Thank you for helping me when I needed you giving me advice when I needed it and listening.I will cherish those great memories we had too. I will keep them close to me in my heart.
Your little brother must of told you it was your time to go be an Angel with him. He waa only nine months older then me my Uncle. Life is precious.
Love your Daddy’s girl, LeAnn