Boutin

Boutin is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Charles R. Boutin (born 1942), Maryland State Delegate
  • Christine Boutin (born 1944), French politician
  • Francois Boutin (1937–1995), French horse trainer
  • Paul Boutin (born 1961), American journalist
  • Rollie Boutin (born 1957), Canadian ice hockey goaltender
This page or section lists people with the surname Boutin. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link.

Other articles related to "boutin":

Prix Du Calvados - Winners Since 1979
... Laumain Hubert Seutet 1980 Bernica Philippe Paquet François Boutin Jean Ternynck 1981 Exclusive Order Dominique Vincent John Cunnington, Jr. 1986 Whakilyric Eric Saint-Martin François Boutin Stavros Niarchos 129.2 1987 Savannah's Honor Freddy Head François Boutin Allen Paulson 130.4 1988 Oczy Czarnie Tony Cruz Jean-Marie Béguigné Edouard E ... Wertheimer 128.3 1996 Shigeru Summit Mathieu Boutin Cédric Boutin Ryoki Tanaka 125.9 1997 Woodland Melody Olivier Peslier Peter Chapple-Hyam Robert Sangster 127.3 1998 Kareymah Frankie Dettori ...
Joseph Boutin Bourassa
... Joseph Boutin Bourassa (November 13, 1853 in St ... Persondata Name Bourassa, Joseph Boutin Alternative names Short description Canadian politician Date of birth November 13, 1853 Place of birth St ...
Burt Boutin
... Boutin is a professional poker player from Henderson, Nevada who has won two World Series of Poker bracelets ... Boutin is known for drinking "Red Bull" at the poker table and acting a little hyper between hands ... During the 2001 WSOP $2,000 Pot Limit Hold'em event, Boutin won his first bracelet after he had defeated Dave Ulliott heads-up ...
Jardin De Tivoli, Paris - History
... In 1766, in this location, one of the sons of the wealthy Boutin, a farmer-general, had several houses built in a park of eight hectares ... The Folie Boutin quickly became known for its splendid gardens ... In 1795, the Folie Boutin reopened to the public, formally taking the name of Tivoli and becoming the ancestor of amusement parks ...
Charles R. Boutin - Background
... Charles Boutin was first elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in 1999 to represent District 34A, which covers portions of Harford and Cecil Counties ... All three candidates from the previous election ran, but only Boutin and Mary-Dulany James came out as winners ... Boutin did not finish his term as he was appointed by Governor Bob Ehrlich in 2005 to become a member of the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC), the utility regulatory agency for the state ...