Stephen David Boos, 66, of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, passed away April 27, 2022, at North Kansas City Hospital.
Stephen Boos was born on August 6, 1955, in Atchison, Kansas. Steve started on the Union Pacific Railroad when he turned 18 and retired from UPRR. As an adult Steve found peace with his family camping, traveling or just hanging out in the pool. He joined clubs such as Masonic Lodge, Eastern Star and The Elks. The last year Steve found extended family at The Elks and was a place he enjoyed being a part of!
Stephen was preceded in death by his father, Harold Charles Boos; mother, Evelyn (Novinski) Boos; sisters, Theresa Baker and Mary Kopaska; brothers, Aloysius Boos and Leo Boos; and granddaughter, Angel Lynn Berg.
Survivors include his wife, Cheryl Boos; daughters, Rebecca (Scott) Birlingmair and Misty (Jacob) Wright; grandkids, Mary Brink, Dalton Layton, Dylan Layton, Pyper Layton, Kathryn Layton, and Trenton Lasinski (aka my little buddy); sisters, Pat (Frank) Bisang and Kathy Kistenmacher; brothers, George (Jane) Boos, John (Dee) Boos, and Harold (Olivia) Boos; and several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. May 2, 2022, with 7 p.m. service by The Elks Lodge, at Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, 217 W. Broadway Ave., Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, with graveside at Masonic Cemetery, Excelsior Springs. Following service, we will be doing a lunch at The Elks Lodge, 521 S. Titus Ave., Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Our Sincere Condolences
So sorry to hear this. I’m sure him and Tim Hess are having a good time together again.
Uncle Steve, I know Mom will be happy to have near her again. You brought laughter to my life. You even sold me my first car. It needed a lotta love but boy was she a beauty. You are loved.
Oh Cheryl my heart goes out to you.
I am so so sorry. I know he was Your World, he loved you above all else.
We will all miss Stephen but now we pray for you during this sad time.
You have been so strong thur this all.
Love you always. Pat
So sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. Best wishes to the family and we will keep all in our prayer.
Mike and Judy Schaeffer
I am so saddened to hear of Steve’s passing. I have known him since childhood and can say that he always brought laughter with him. My thoughts and prayers for your family and friends. Rest In Peace my friend.
Ted Hager Jr.
We are so sorry for your loss Cheryl and Misty.
Stephen was a great man and so full of life!!
He will be missed greatly. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you all!!
Kerri and Craig Robinson
So incredibly sorry to hear about Stephen. He was a great guy and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Oh Cheryl! I’m so, so sorry to hear about Steve! My deepest condolences! You, Misty and family are in my prayers.
Molly M. Roberts
Our thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends. Even though we haven’t seen Steve for a long while we have a lot of great memories with him. We will never forget that he gave us a place to go when we were flooded from our home years ago. We hope he got to do all that he planned for retirement and we are so sorry for your loss.
Terry, Cheryl & Family
Kent and I were so sorry to hear of Steven’s passing. He was a wonderful, nice and sincere man who will be missed by all, but most especially his loving wife, children and grandchildren. I know family meant the world to him. May you bind together in your loss. My heart breaks for you.
Godspeed, Sharon Powell
So very sorry for your loss.
Your family will be in our prayers.
Julia and Bill Westerheide
My deepest sympathies. My heart is breaking for you. Prayers and much love for you and your families.
We didn’t know Stephen but my son, Ray Flanagan did. He spoke dearly of him often, about what a kind and wonderful friend Stephen was. We would loved to have known him. We are so sorry for all the family and friend’s loss. You are in our prayers.
Barbara Flanagan Gilbert & husband Gary Gilbert