A few days before Thanksgiving Steve Boron and his family suffered the unexpected and tragic loss of his young son, Kyle.
In loving memory of Kyle Boron.
Kyle was a sharp, quick-witted kid with a good sense of humor; a member of the JROTC and a high school student beloved by his classmates. He looked up to his father, Steve, and his big sister, Carson - and in many respects he took after their sense of community service.
When Steve, a single father, isn't spending time with his family or working to provide for them, he's doing something to improve our community one way or another. You name a non-profit cause - housing the homeless, providing medical care for sick children, making our system of government more responsive to the will of the people, cleaning up the environment, or improving the welfare of animals - and Steve has contributed to it one way or another.
Likewise, Carson - Kyle's sister - displays a strong interest to improving the world we live in through volunteering for organizations like the Peace Corps; she's frequently traveled to remote corners of the world to help improve living conditions for all of us.
This wonderful family has done so much for all of us - and following Kyle's passing, we can't help but feel committed to give back to them any way we can in their time of need. There are no set amounts - anything you can afford to give will get us closer to our goal of helping the Boron family through this difficult time. Please join us in showing your support for the Borons and respecting Kyle's legacy.
Thank you in advance for your help and support.
- Kathy Kopczyk
- Rebecca Hoover
- Lynn Montgomery
- Paul and Mary Ann Brefka
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