Steven D. Bos, 44, passed away suddenly July 23, 2014. Survived by children, McKenzie, David, Kaelee and Marlee Bos; mother, Barbara (Rex) Kohl; aunt, Judy Shepherd; uncle, Conrad Schiebout; cousins, Ryan Schiebout and Angela Whitlock; two stepbrothers, Shaun and Kelly. Preceded in death by his dad, Darwin Bos; and brother, David. Steven was born on May 27, 1970, in Hartley, Iowa. Memorial service, 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, July 30, 2014, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to the Steven Bos Memorial Fund, c/o Minnequa Works CU, 1549 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004. Online condolences,

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  1. Tim and I were shocked and saddened when Cory called to tell us of Steve’s sudden passing. I only had the opportunity to visit with Steve a couple of times when I would visit Steamboat yet he was so thoughtful to send us Christmas cards with his family’s picture. It always made me smile knowing his friendship with our son was extended to include us. Kaylee, I have the cutest picture of Cory holding you when you were about 2 months old.
    Our deepest condolences,
    Tim and Gail Ecklund
    Ashtabula, Ohio

  2. Steve was good friend and neighbor to my sons and grandson. He was honest and trustworthy. He was very devoted to his children. He loved them very much. How often it seems the good die young. He will be greatly missed.

  3. Steve was the best friend I’ve ever had. He was my journeyman who I worked under when I was just a young knucklehead, college drop-out looking for a job and I got placed in his hands. We got along instantly and a truly great friendship was born. He was the best man in my wedding as I was his, and I got to meet and know his 3 oldest children at very young ages and watch them grow. We were the best of friends, I was never that close to anyone before, and still have never found that same bond with anyone since. Unfortunately life has its ways of sometimes following different paths, which it did for us. It’s been so long, over 10 years, and I don’t remember why we went our separate ways. He was right there, the same place and I never made the first step in re-kindling our friendship… And now I never can. What a loss. I urge everyone to not take things for granted, to seek out those you love and share in they’re lives while you can. I lost out on all those memories I could have had with my best friend and let something get in the way and now he’s gone. My deepest sympathies go out to all the family and all the friends that Steve had in his life.
    Steven, you will be dearly missed, and I will never forget our time together.
    I love you Brother!

  4. I remember meeting Steve and him standing out as genuine and no bologna. He was always kind and he was a good friend to my family. Praying for you guys!

  5. Steve touched many lives! That incredible smile of his!!!! He carried a strength that comforted. I will miss him greatly. He was my first boyfriend at age 14. Such memories! I am so blessed I got to spend time with him again this past year. I loved him. Barb, I am praying for you. Thank you so much for sharing your photos with me. McKenzie, you are an incredible young woman. I am here for you always. David, Kaylee, Marlee’� I am praying for you all. ~Hugs~ Michelle

  6. David,

    We are so sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Nathan Garcia
    Mike, Kimberly and Nick Garcia

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