Don Boucher was born in Providence, Rhode Island.  He is the oldest of six children.  He has been an Arizona resident for almost ten years.  Prior to relocating to Arizona, Don previously resided in Rhode Island, California, and Georgia.
Don has traveled to six foreign countries:  Canada, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Monaco and France.  The only language in which he is fluent is English.
As a teenager, Don dreamed of a career in Law Enforcement.  He lived that dream for a significant number of years.  He is a retired Narcotics Detective from Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.  He was medically retired in his fourteenth year of service as a result of service-connected injuries (cervical and lumbar).  During his time of service, he received dozens of commendations from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, The California State Treasurer’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for his high level investigative skills.
While assigned to the Narcotics Bureau’s Marijuana Eradication Team, Don trained and worked with members of elite U.S. Military teams including the Navy Seals, Army Special Forces, Marine Corps Force Recon, and Army Military Police, and had the good fortune of completing a modified version of the Army’s Air Assault School at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma.
Don is the recipient of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department highest honor – The Medal of Valor.  He received this award for his role in the rescue of his partner who had become trapped inside an apartment during the execution of a narcotics search warrant and ensuing gunfight with two armed drug dealers.
Don is currently Managing Partner with Wealth Advisor at Copper Canyon Wealth Management.  They provide investment, insurance and wealth planning services.   Don now has fifteen years of experience in his second career.
Don has been married for nine years to Sharon, who is also his best friend and business partner.  He has one daughter, two stepdaughters, and one stepson.  They have four grandchildren with a fifth due in late December. 
Favorite vacation memories for Don are of fall hiking trips in Yosemite and the Eastern Sierras.
Don’s most rewarding volunteer experience to date was his nine-week Mesa West Rotary Club grant for the Paideia Health, Nutrition and Leadership Program in the sping of 2015.  Our club interacted with and positively impacted approximately 60 lower income children from the Sequoia Chartered School in Mesa.