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Steven Boesl
Steven Boesl

Steven Boesl Bio – Steven Boesl Wiki

Steven Boesl born Steven Timothy Boesl, died from apparent inhalation of gas from the high-moisture corn stored in the silo on December 21, 2019. They were working atop the silo when both passed out from the fumes.

He was born in Alexandria, Minnesota and grew up on a hog farm outside of Garfield. He graduated from Jefferson High School in 1989. He owned and operated Boesl Dairy with his dad and 4 brothers.

Steven Boesl Age

He was born on October 31, 1970, in Alexandria, Minnesota. He died on Saturday, December 21, 2019. He was 49 years old.

Steven Boesl Death

Steven Boesl died on December 21, 2019, after a farming accident.

Steven Boesl Wife

Steven Boesl was married to his wife, Kim (Sczublewski). They were married on July 1, 1995, at Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Millerville.

Steven Boesl Children

He had five children, Paige, Peyton, Dalton, Dylan, and Avery

Steven Boesl Parents

Steven Boesl was the son of Timothy and Phyllis (Herzog) Boesl.

Steven Boesl Family

Steven is survived by his wife, Kim; five children: Paige, Peyton, Dalton, Dylan, and Avery; parents, Tim & Phyllis; siblings, Jeff (Julie), Pam (Adrian) Panther; sister-in-law, Julie, Scott (Erin), Brent (Amanda), Jenny (Greg) Faber; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ron and Barb Sczublewski; brother-in-law, Jeff (Lisa) Sczublewski; sister-in-law, Christa Muzik, and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Steven Boesl Obituary

According to Steven Boesl’s Obituary on Anderson Funeral Home website, “Steven Timothy Boesl was born on October 31, 1970, in Alexandria, Minnesota the son of Timothy and Phyllis (Herzog) Boesl. He grew up on a hog farm outside of Garfield and graduated from Jefferson High School in 1989. It was in High School that he met his true love, Kim (Sczublewski.) The couple were married on July 1, 1995 at Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Millerville. The couple lived on a dairy farm east of Millerville where they raised their five children. Their kids were a huge part of his life; he loved watching them play hockey and show cattle, sheep, and pigs in 4-H. Family was important to Steve and it showed in everything he did. He owned and operated Boesl Dairy with his dad and 4 brothers. He especially enjoyed being with family. He instilled in his children, nieces, and nephews the importance of hard work and being a good person.

“Steve will be remembered as a kind, generous person who was always willing to help others first. This was evident in his family life, but also in the community with his involvement in his Church, the Millerville Fire Department, and Supervisor on the Millerville Township Board. His selflessness and thinking of others showed through to the end as he tried to save his brother and nephew. His huge heart will never be forgotten and his legacy lives on in his children.

“Steve joined God in heaven on Saturday, December 21, 2019 after a farming accident. He is survived by his wife, Kim; five children: Paige, Peyton, Dalton, Dylan, and Avery; parents, Tim & Phyllis; siblings, Jeff (Julie), Pam (Adrian) Panther; sister-in-law, Julie, Scott (Erin), Brent (Amanda), Jenny (Greg) Faber; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ron and Barb Sczublewski; brother-in-law, Jeff (Lisa) Sczublewski; sister-in-law, Christa Muzik, and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

“In heaven with him are his brother, Curt; grandparents, Joseph & Gertrude Boesl, Frances & Francis Herzog.

“Visitation will be held on Monday, December 30, 2019, 3:30 – 8:00 PM at Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Millerville. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, 11:00 AM at Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Millerville with visitation one hour prior to the service at the church. In lieu of flowers memorials preferred.”

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