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Edward Bourgault

CPA and partner | Bollus Lynch, LLP

Edward Bourgault is admired by many in the business community in Worcester. As president of the North Worcester Business Association, he has worked with the city and many different business owners to support business in the City of the Seven Hills.

 A Worcester resident, Mr. Bourgault has 47 years experience as a practicing certified public accountant. He was a partner in the accounting firm Kashuk, Bourgault, Kitteredge & Frustaci, P.C. since 1987. The firm recently merged with Bollus Lynch, LLP, where he is now a partner.

Mr. Bourgault graduated from QCC in 1970 with an associate’s degree and accounting and business administration. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Clark University.

“I am proud to be named a Guardian, I wasn’t a good student in high school but after applying myself at QCC I have accomplished quite a bit in my career,” he said. He said he has been proud to see the college’s growth over the years, both his daughter-in-law and granddaughter attended the school. He and his wife, Cynthia, have four adult children, 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

When he attended Quinsigamond Community College, he was married and had children and was working part-time. He said the professors were supportive and the accounting program was excellent. It provided him with a strong background for when he attended Clark University, he said.

Mr. Bourgault has been involved in the North Worcester Business Association for more than 15 years. As president previously he helped increase the membership to 150 members from less than 100. He said it is now about 130, and he is looking to increase it again.

The association hosts monthly events and two social evening events a year. The group purchases and delivers food baskets to the homes of elderly residents in North Worcester.

He also is vice president of the Harmony Club of Worcester, an organization of men with a French background. He helps organize a golf tournament for the club, which funds high school scholarships for local students. He was president of the club for five years.

He served in the United States Naval Reserves for 12 years, was involved in the Worcester Youth Soccer League as a coach and treasurer, and the Worcester Area Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Webster Square Business Association.